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>> Home > Forum > Hobby Chit Chat! > Useful Tools & their sources
Useful Tools & their sources
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RNinMunich
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Forum Posts: 2486
10th Aug 2018 21:51  
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Prompted by Onetenor's diligence in scouring the net for tools which may help us build our masterpieces! 'BRAVO ZULU that man'!👍

Last of John's discoveries, carried over from NPJ's 'Leaking Boat' 😲

"Would this be any good for RC wiring--https://www.banggood.com/Drillpro-Multifunctional-Ratchet-Cr... or this one--https://www.banggood.com/New-Multifunctional-Automatic-Wire-... If not any suggestions?"

My first impressions-
Link #1
Great, IF you do a lot of LAN cable stripping for RJ45 connectors and the like. Overkill for us?
Link #2
OK, but still a little overkill but the price ain't bad.

Pic shows the wire stripper I've been happily using for 30 odd years.
(Some years were VERY odd😁) adjustable for all wire gauges; squeeze, twist & pull and you're good to go!

The pic shows the four tools I use (plus soldering iron of course) for all my 'Lectrickery' and LED Magic etc. Not one is less than 38 years old (neither am I by a very long chalk🤔)
Cheers, All, Doug 😎


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Young at heart - slightly older in other places 😉 Cheers Doug