Tint teaser update - starting the new reservoir Start with StarBoard. This is normally used for marine applications. It's VERY expensive ( 24"L x 27"W x 1/4" = $45 or if you're brave 96"x 54"x3/4" = $445.00 ), but I got a scrap piece from a buddy. I don't have a really good picture of it, but it was used to make the top cap of the back of my boat, the 1/2" think surface that was somewhat poorly installed by the previous owner here: You can cut, route, drill, tap, etc. just like wood. It doesn't melt nearly as easy as most plastics, so even the router doesn't melt it. A dull hole saw will, however. I cut some small pieces and glued them up to see how it will work. I'm going to use a RotoZip bit in the router and cut a curve the same as the tubing to make a mounting plate. One piece to the inside curve and one for the outside. I'll let it setup overnight, then true up the sides on the bandsaw and try it on the router table to see how this glue holds.