[Steel Tec]

Steel Tec was a model construction system by Remco Toys, Inc. and made in China. It was on the market from 1992 - 1997. It is generally compatible with Meccano using the same hole pitch and thread type. In most cases missing parts can be substituted with Meccano parts which are currently available.

About this site

I have no connection with Remco Toys, Inc. I have no commercial interest in the erector set business. This site is for research, information, recreation and interest only. I acknowledge Remco as the sole copyright holder of 'Steel Tec' name and products.

The diagrams on this site are courtesy of Remco Toys, Inc.

If you have comment about the site, or have suggestions, please send e-mail to [email protected]


My thanks to the following kind people who have allowed me to use their illustrations:

Edmundo Veiga of Rio, Brazil, - for jpgs of the 'Auto Wrecker' & 'Construction Vehicles' Manuals.
Science City - Photo of Millennium Falcon by on the 'Models' page.
Gary Mayhak - Photo of robot by on the 'Models' page.
Michael Nahal of Sweden - for jpgs of Remco 1/18 car kits.
Joseph Palmieri - jpg of the Dealers Display.
Tony Knowles (of Other Systems Newsletter) for help in several areas including 'Ferris Wheel Set' box jpg.
Bruce Francis - for use of his Chevvy Corvette jpg on the Car Kit page.
Mark D. Carr - for use of the jpg of the Starter Level 3 Box.
Mike Rynerson - for use of his Corvette box jpg.
Curt Bork - for use of his Space Station Freedom box jpg.
Janet Washam - for jpgs of the manual and box of #7135 - Bigfoot / Snakebite.
Edward d'Entremont - for the scan of his Space Station set manual.
Charles Pool - for jpg of his Harley - center picture Models page.