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the angle of the cutter to the center line of the bit or the angle of both cutters to each other divided by two..
that looks to be a 45°...
 
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maybe this will explain it better...

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That picture looks like a 90 to me
yes, you are right, as a veining bit it's a 90°...
as a chamfering bit it's a 45°....
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 · (Edited)
Thanks a lot for you all.
But unfortunately I do not understand what you mean because I'm beginning to use V-Bits.

Please draw on this picture the method of measuring V-Bits by vernier caliper or by another tools of measuring, or gives me videos that explain what i want to me clearly, because i'm beginner using V-Bits and i do not have any idea to measuring V-Bits degree.

Again thanks a lot guys, for your replies :) happy have good friends here :)
 

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The triangle method I suggested first is the quick and easy way.

The image shows the technical way
Thanks a lot Stick486.
i wasn't saw your first picture maybe internet issue!
I understand now how to make measuring, but i have a last question please is there have tools that allows me to measuring the degree of the small things?
 

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here... (and there are many variations of these)..
degree angle gauge...
one thing you'll find is that cheap offshore (aka chinese) bits vary a lot as where the USA/European bits are right on...

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