I have been using a regular laminate trim bit (no bearing), but I worked with a guy today who says he uses the same bit but it has a 7 degree angle to it. Evidently it makes it easier to file the excess from the top, since there is not as much. First, does such bit exist? Second, does it really work better with no problems?
(Laminate and Solid Surfacing Forum)
From contributor A:
There is such a bit, but I like the straight ones myself. The ones with the angle can trim closer, but can also trim too close, as in taking off the color on the edge. Because the cutting edge is on an angle, you have to be more careful with the height adjustment, the deeper you go the closer it cuts. You may want to try one to see how you like it.