I can never remember the names of a lot of these things and I don’t like bothering domain experts with the same question just because I was too lazy to make my own notes.
HK 010 power analyser - this tool can measure the amp draw and watt output underload.
This gives your cap-screw or bolt a solid thread to screw into – useful for mounting motors and to attach a wing to the fuselage with nylon wing bolts.
This saw has many teeth and gives a nice fine cut, helpful when cutting notches into ribs for spars / stringers. Ive also seen it called a mitre saw (I think its because it can be used with a mitrebox to hold the material you are cutting)
54 or 42 Teeth Per Inch (TPI) will give a nice clean cut.
This is called Piano wire / music wire also known as spring steel
Small models (25 size and under) would use 1mm (0.39 inch) as pushrods and 2mm for landing gear
40 to 60 size you can use 5 or 6 mm for landing gear.
10–32 threads are historically the original rack screw type. The term 10–32 comes from Unified and American Screw Threads for Bolts, Nuts, and Machine Screws standards published by ANSI B1.1-1974. The number “10” is simply a size designator with no numerical meaning. The number “32” refers to 32 threads per inch.
Steel tap and drill bit for preparing holes to accept bolts
I’ve used these to ream a new prop hole bigger to suite an engine.
I have used these to manually (by hand) drill holes in models.
Max Cutting Area 1200x900mm, materials would be 3,4mm ply and balsa
This is the recommended glue for all models.