Rounding over and sealing Plywood Table top edges
I'm in the process of laminating a 3/4 inch plywood board to a 1/4 inch plywood board to create a small table or desk top, to which I will later attach legs. I have two questions:
1. Is there anything special that needs to be done to cut a roundover edge on plywood? I know I should use a template for the corners and cut the ends first, but is there anything else special I need to watch out for with plywood?
2. I'd like to leave the plys visible because I like the look. What would be the best way to finish the plys? Will they soak up an oil finish unevenly or more than the rest of the board? Or do I just apply the finish and then polyurethane the same way I would to a regular board?
Thanks for any suggestions,