You need a featherboard to push the piece into the fence. I'd suggest having one before the bit, and one after. Need not be at an angle on the one after the bit so long as it's pressed against the bit.
The other thing I'd do is put a featherboard on the top, pressing down as well. If you're using a commercial featherboard, note that the first "tooth" is shorter than the rest. LIGHTLY press that short tooth agaist the workpiece and the rest will apply proper pressure.
If you don't have a T-track to mount it on the fence, you can clamp it on instead. If you don't have a T-track on the table, you can use a long, open mouth clamp to clamp one down as well. The picture shows the really wide featherboards, which will be easier to clamp to the table top. You can buy these anywhere. I'd also prefer to cut this on a table saw, still using a featherboard.
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Last edited by DesertRatTom; 05-19-2018 at 08:50 PM.