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    Default Tried roundover cutter

    First time in my life i tried roundover cutter at edges and it worked gr8...
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    I left woodwork due to office work.

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    Sweet. Nice job Khalid!

    I am about to try my hand at a roundover bit on a product line I'm working on. Hope to save me bunches of standing at the router table time.
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    nice job

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    Thank you all... and i will suggest must try your self
    I left woodwork due to office work.

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    Default Round over

    Oh yeah i like the round over too, about half of what i do gets a round over edge. My particular bit is a magnate and it works well
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    Default advice from your experiment of roundover bit

    any advice from your experience?

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    That is nice, did you have a CNC bit for this or did you have to modify a conventional roundover bit? Asking as I have not been able to find them in 1/4" shank

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    Scott Plaisted
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    Thanx, I did not know about these. Not as good as what Rockler has in 1/2 in. shank but a lot better than having to modify a bit with a bearing.

    The Rockler bits have a end mill built in so you can cut out and round over in one operation.


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    Default this is the one that i use and like


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