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Hi, you are talking about a bullnose edge. You can buy a bullnose bit to cut it in one or two passes, or you can use the very inexpensive quarter round bits that are half the depth of the thickness of the wood. For 3/4 ply, which is really 18/24 ths or 18mm (aprox), you can use a 3/8ths quarter round bit and then run the sheet over the bit on one side, flip it over and repeat on the other side. That is usually the easiest way to do it. I suggest you do it in two passes, expecially if the bit has only a 1/4 inch shaft. Cut both sides with a shallow cut, then finish with another cut the full depth to get the final effect.

Since you are using BB sheet goods, you shouldn't have any voids. I personally like that multi layer look, but make sure you seal it well because the top veneer in particular is very thin and easily nicked.
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