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understanding the chamfer bit and bearing

Im trying to understand about this 15 degrees bit, and then making a full enclosed " circle" ( 16 pieces). if im cutting along the entire edge making a full 15 degrees along there, on what does the bearing lie on to ?

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I think you would have to use the bit in a router table. If you have one, a table saw could do that faster&cheaper.

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