I'm not sure, it is meant for much thinner plastic like lexan bodies so a prop might prove tough for it. Its a great tool to have in the tool box and just might work so I'd give it shot. However, because of the angle of the knife, I think you'd be better off drilling a bigger hole or else you'll get a bigger but oddly angled hole.
It would not be a good idea to use this as a prop reamer since it would form a cone shape on thick materials as it penetrates. I use a drill bit to ream out the prop holes. Drill bits work faster, easier and cheaper than a prop reamer.
e un attrezzo molto utile,per svasare,allargare i fori,specialmente per quelle parti in plastica che il foro e molto stretto,e le punte delle viti autofilettanti fanno molta fatica ad inziare ad avvitarsi dritte,lo utilizzo molto anche per segnare linee sul legno/carbonio e micro forellini per forature di precisione col minidrill, consiglio di tenere sempre il tappo sopra perche molto appuntito e affilato google traslator and a very useful tool to flare, widen the holes, especially for those parts in plastic that the hole is very narrow, and the tips of the screws are screwed in a lot of effort to Start pouring straight, I use it very well to score lines on the wood / carbon micro holes for drilling with precision miniDRILL, advice to keep the cap on why very sharp pointed
Drilling props results in poor centring and off-balance. using this to REAM a prop hole is best and centres automatically. The cone produced is no problem as prop only needs the shaft hole to centre. The actual force to maintain prop on shaft is the nut pressing prop to shaft backplate.
the tool is used for making holes bigger. like when you have a large diameter pushrod that you want to insert into a small hole in a servo-arm. of course you could drill it out, but with this tool it only takes 2 seconds, and the hole is nice and round, an as big as you want it to be!
This is for accuratly reaming holes in your car body/shell. It is excellent at this, and I find to make an accurate hole in the body, measure it on another pre-drilled body hole, then put a mark on the reamer so you know when to stop so you dont make your holes too big! Great little tool, much easier and nicer to use than a drill.
make holes bigger: e.g. in the canopy. Its work sometimes better as a normal drill. With a drill, the material can broken - e.g. CFK or glasfiber. With this tool- no problem (used with a canopy for 600'er (airbrushed)
This is a great hand tool for making any size hole (from .5mm to 10mm) in all types of wood, fiberglass and plastic. Works like a drill bit, but you do it by hand to control the size of the hole you want.
I bought one of these recently for the cheap price, The tip was not very sharp on mine and it worked fairly ***rly. I ended up buying a better one locally for about 17 bucks and its much better. Bigger as well. 10mm is pretty small for RC body use. It will do the body pin holes and thats about it. If you want to make air holes it needs to be bigger.
This reamer works nicely for enlarging the holes in my propellers. It is very very sharp, and seems to hold up well. It has an aluminum cover that screws over the sharp bit, so you can throw it in a toolbox.