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#1 posted 02-13-2017 03:50 PM

If you have a router table, you can make a simple jig to make your own large cylinders. Should work for plastic too. Simply use a straight of box bowl bit in the router and put your rough block in a jig like this. You’ll want to cut the corners off before mounting in the jig to speed things along. You raise the router until the cylinders are the desired diameter.

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