I have several routers from dewalt, to festool, to bosch, and hitachi. I also have several sets of guide bushings, but either the bushing is too deep or too shallow. For example, I made a charcuterie tray using a mdf template and a 3/4" dia tray bit. Due to the sizes of the cut outs, I needed an extended base, which I have form my OF 1400. However, the base is around 1/4 thick and the only bushing that I have for a 3/4" dia bit has a projection that is around 1/4", so it doesn't work. I resorted to making an mdf base in two parts: the lower part was planed down to about 1/8 and the upper part remained at 1/4". I then made a cutout in the upper part so that my router could recess indie the upper part, but no pass thru the lower part. I then epoxied them together. Not the best base and not something I want to use much. So, my question is, where can I get custom bushings, or at least bushing that aren't off the shelf at Lowes? I've tried Peachtree, WoodlineUSA, TreelineUSA, and I even reached out to Whiteside and Amana. I saw a thread about busing storage in a pinned post and it appeared that the feller had a lot of different sizes. I'm sure I could find a machine shop and give them the specs, but I bet they'd run $100 ea. Any ideas? Thanks.