Looking at the possibility of 'rounding' the wall-roof line with a round-over routing blade. My question about round over bits is this...
If one is described as a 1/8" does that mean it takes 1/8 inch on both sides of a right angle and a 1/4" takes off 1/4' of of both sides?
does 1/8" mean the bit takes 1/16" off each side giving a TOTAL of 1/8"
and 1/4" means the bit takes 1/8 " off of each side giving a TOTAL of 1/4"
If someone could clear that up for me, I would be grateful...
kayakrguy wrote:Doug, Brick, Jim,
Thanks for the information and advice. I borrowed my son's old Ryobi router to do the roof line...he got a new porter-cable plunge router <g>
Still a little ed by the $$$ of the bits, but I agree, if you are going to do woodworking on a regular basis, then the better bits are the way to go...
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