This may be a little over the top but this is what I did as a test project for a friend.
A friend of mine came over with a wasted brass tower all dented up, egg shaped with the chrome peeling off, that alone is a finger slicer.
I had an idea and machined a 1/8" aluminum washer that had a I.D. large enough to allow for the plasma nozzle to center cutting area distance, added this to the hole diameter. Ran this washer thru a set of slip rollers to match the radius of the tower.
Secured this guide washer to the tower with a "C" clamp a piece of wood inside the tower with a matching radius to prevent a "C" clamp contact mark coming thru the tower. A quick loop against this guide produced a perfect circle within 7 seconds. A minute with a half round file for a bur and slag free hole. A test project that worked off a wild hair idea.
This with a Hypertherm Max 20 plasma cutter that was used but in like new condition that I found in a estate antique funiture store a friend has as his business. I paid $125 for a perfectly operating machine that checked out by my Miller service repair friend, Miller used to repair Hypertherm plasma cutters. I got a lucky find on this machine. Sad part it's rated clean to .200" but can cut .250 not as clean. A Miller 375 would make me happy as it's able to cut clean to .375", cut .500" but not as clean. Add this to my big future wish list of items.