If it makes any difference, the material I am using has a paper like consistency like Masonite. I's less than 3/8" thick. I cut the section to about 1/16" oversize, then use the fence to creep up on the width by 64th's or less. Just sayin', that I'm not hogging off 1/4 inch per pass with 3/4 inch thick maple.
I don't see my configuration in that link. I see one that's just the opposite and it says avoid climb cut. (image 2) Mine isn't a climb cut if I'm feeding into the bit instead of with it's rotation.
That said, I appreciate the input greatly. I'm here to learn.
I suppose a feather board pushing against my work piece. One hold down or featherbboard on top of it might make it safer. That would keep it from raising up I suppose. It's not gonna happen in the repair that I'm going to do. I'm just shaving off a little dust, one pass at a time, 'till the repair section drops in..