I watched this video on Youtube about how to find the real angle of V bits, and thought that I would try the process.
I haven’t tried my 90° bits yet, but I tested a 1/2" 60° from Lee Valley and a 15mm 60° from Sienci. Both came out to be 59°. I don’t know how much difference this will make to my future projects, but Peter (cncnutz) believes that even one degree can make a noticeable difference. Since all it took was a bit of time to do the toolpaths and a scrap of MDF, I figure it was time and material well spent.
Peter provides the VCarvePro .crv files and .dxf files. His toolpaths will not work in UGS. If anyone is interested, I have the .crv files and the toolpaths