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Hi, I want to make dowel rod from scrap timber in 5/16 and 11/32 any suggestions?

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I suggest that a lot of information is available for you from the folloaing link
So click on : Dowel Rod manufacturing and you can have a lot off information.

You will need some assistance from a wood lathe/machine shop for getting better results.

Please respond if this info is useful

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