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@Daniel Green,
Bear in mind that if you are using a quarter-round to make a bullnose (i.e. rounding from the top and bottom faces of the workpiece), you may run into trouble if the is not enough edge left for the bearing to ride against. The second cut will be further in from the edge than the first. I think Herb, Charles or Stick explained it with illustrations, better than I can do in words.

If that is your aim, you might be better off with a bullnose bit and an auxiliary fence designed to follow curves, or go for broke on an adjustable bullnose bit with a centre bearing. The latter will not be an El Cheapo.
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