+1 what they said.
Think about it for a minute. If the material is 3/4 inch thick, a 3/8 inch round over bit will make a smooth edge. When run on both sides of the material, it will create a rounded edge because the cutter will meet from the other side. Or just do one side only, your choice.
A 1/4 inch roundover bit will also make a rounded edge that takes off the sharp edge wlhere you cut your opening.
Practice on some scrap. Adjust your cutting depth so the pilot bearing rides against your material, and the cut creates the rounded over edge you are looking for. You might have to adjust the depth up or down to get it right. Then all that is left is some light sanding. Should come out looking good.
BTW, round-over bits get used a lot in the wood shop.
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Last edited by MT Stringer; 10-23-2017 at 12:47 PM.