Asked by: Ndongo Martyasked in category: General Last Updated: 26th May, 2020
What size round over bit should I use?
Hereof, can you use a Roundover bit on plywood?
If you used a 1/2″ radius piloted roundover bit, the pilot bearing will be able to ride along the bottom edge (the bottom 1/4″) of the 3/4″ plywood. IMO, that’s probably the bit you should use. A 1/2″ roundover is nice. When using a plunge router to do edge routing, you don’t use the “plunge feature” of the router.
Beside above, what is a beading bit? A beading bit is similar to a roundover bit (below) in that it applies a rounded shape to the edge of the stock. Beading bits often have a bearing tip for riding along the edge of the stock as it is cut.
Thereof, what is a round over?
Roundover bits create flush decorative edges perfect for table, drawer or cabinet edges and for small finish moldings. Roundovers are also called quarter rounds and they apply a convex radius edge. By substituting a smaller 3/8″ bearing (83019) an inset at the base of the cut produces a more decorative step.
What router bits do what?
Straight router bits are among the most common frequently used of all bits. Straight bits used to make cuts straight down into a material to form a groove or dado or to hollow out an area for a mortise or inlay. Straight bits come in a variety of cut diameters, most commonly in the range from 3/16″ to 1-1/2″.