The basic edge-forming bit, the corner-rounding bit rounds an edge to a given radius. The tool is shouldered to cut a fillet. The cut can be used to ease edges, as a simple profile, or as a part of a complex one. Also known as roundover, rounding over, and quarter-round. If a smaller pilot bearing is used, a second shoulder can be produced, in effect making the bit a beading bit.
are not intended for use in a handheld router, use in a table-mounted router only!
Bits with 1" and above diameter are not guaranteed due extreme diameters. For best results using a large diameter bit, it is best to first use a smaller radius bit or chamfer the material prior to using the larger radius bits.
Tool life will be prolonged and a smoother finish will result.
are Corner Round Bits with Miniature Ball Bearing Guides.
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