Bevel cutting with 45 degree chamfer bit
Hello! I have a question regarding chamfer bits. I have stock that is 3/4" thick and I need to make a 45 degree bevel crosscut on each side of the stock. I have a chamfer bit that is only 1 1/4" diameter and can only cut total thickness (with angle) of 1/2". The problem is I need my angle to start at the very bottom edge of the wood and cut clear to the top of the stock. I am having problems finding a bit that can bevel the entire edge of the piece of stock. I prefer to not use a table saw.
Regarding where the bearing will run, I was intending on using two pieces of the 3/4" stock and having the bottom piece be the guide for the bearing and making the top my work piece, this would allow me to cut the entire top piece edge. Does anyone know the proper size chamfer bit that will allow me to do this? Thanks!
Last edited by MONOLITH; 11-29-2009 at 02:14 AM.