Here is a guide to the best rc tool set, enjoy!
Without tools you can not make adjustments to your radio control vehicle, change a part or make any repairs. The particularity of the radio control tools is that they must be adapted to the scale of the vehicles, so you will not always be able to take advantage of the ones you have at home.
Next, we explain what tools you need to start in the hobby.
The first thing is to have something that will help you transport your tools. The toolbox is essential because it will go with you to the track. The ideal is to have a toolbox with multiple compartments, to have the tools and small spares ordered.
In the case of aeromodelling, it is practical to have a flight box, which incorporates support for the plane. If you are little hands, you can build it yourself. There are flight boxes in a kit, designed for the aeromodelista, which make it very easy for you. If you are an automobilist, support for the car will also go very well.
Screwdrivers, keys, and pliers
As the parts of a car or an RC airplane are smaller than those of a real car or those of domestic appliances, you must make sure that you have smaller and more accurate tools. You will need screwdrivers and special size keys. Concerning pliers, finer points are better.
You can get a set of micro screwdrivers and a set of Allen keys, which will cover all your needs, or buy them individually.
Something to cut and paste
A cutter or a knife will be useful for a lot of things, like for example to cut cables or tubes, as well as to trim any remaining element. A drilling-milling machine is also very versatile; it will be useful for drilling, sanding, polishing, cutting or cleaning.
If you are going to take care of the repairs of the electronics, a basic welding equipment is mandatory. The glue can help you make quick fixes on the track by joining broken parts.
Baby bottle for fuel or batteries and charger
If your radio control vehicle is gasoline, instead of transporting all the fuel, it is practical to have a bottle of the fuel that you can fill.
If your RC vehicle is electric, it is a good idea to take spare batteries with you and have a balancer charger to prevent them from overloading.
These are the basic elements that you need to make small repairs and adjustments, but, obviously, you can add more tools to your radio control workshop. In Prohobbys Radiocontrol we get you all the tools, accessories and spare parts you need for your hobby. And to you, what can you not miss in the toolbox?