Ridgeless PVC connectors - FLUSH or INSIDE connections for aesthetics

A few years back made an outdoor out Billard / Pingpong table using marine plywood and 3" pvc pipes that I primed and painted a shiny black. The project came out excellent and the product will last a very long time. Everyone who sees it feels compelled to knock on the fat legs wondering they are Iron pipes.
PVC is a great material, the thick products sold at Home depot are inexpensive, strong, light weight and indestructable. Great for all sorts of exterior applications. I'm now thinking of building a window awning out of 2" PVC.
Problem is... if you use the typical joints - it's unmistakably PVC and can look real cheesy.
Does anybody know - anybody make PVC connectors (Couplers, elbows, etc), that fit inside the the pipe and result in a smooth ridgeless connection? If not somebody should go get rich on this.
Many thanks for *any* help or information!
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Yes they do but I can't say who since it's been a long while since I looked them up. Just do a search on PVC Furniture. As I recall, that's how I found them.
Bob S.

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They have an inside end to end splicer for 2" PVC at the Borg. If you really want a tight butt you will have to chamfer the inside edge of the pipe to take the shoulder of the coupler and then just be sure you get the ends cut straight. You can probably fill any seam with Marine Tex/JB Weld type epoxy product, polish and paint it.
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snipped-for-privacy@aol.com (Greg) wrote in message

Pardon. What/Where is the "the Borg"? Got web address?
Thanks.
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Big orange retailing giant AKA Home Depot
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