I had a hard time finding props that looked scale,so I attempted to build my own,ullthough they haven"t hit the water yet I was happy with the way they turned out.
Started by silver soldering the stainless shafts into the cone blank,then turning the cone to shape on the lathe.then I set up the dremel up on the crossslide of the lathe with a small fiber cutoff wheel. The cone was placed in the 3 jaw chuck which was used for the indexing the 3 slots that were cut into the cone to accept the blades.
One cut left and one right. Then a aluminum fixture plate was made up with 3 screws with a 60 deg. angle turned on the ends and a center hole for the shaft to fit through screw are adjusted until everything looks concentric.
When everything looks in place carfully solder the blades to the hub
After blending the sharp edges and media blasting the props are complete.
Also added some brass aroung the stern planes with 2 outrunning support bearings, The rudder supports are not hooked to the rudders, things were getting just a bit to small, but they should provide a guard the rudders.
Photos are kind of crappy,just like my camera,I must try and get better lighting for the next ones.