I was making stair nose and couldn't figure out how to do it another way.
My first concern was making sure the material would have sufficient support while making multiple passes. I figured that the fence would be the only consistent support to avoid wobble or collapse as I removed more and more material.
On my first attempt, I shot a projectile across the shop and through my 4mil plastic tent. (Glad no one was in the way.)
A closeup shows small fragments of wood embedded in the plastic.
Then on through a, fortunately, open door of my storage cabinet.
And ultimately through the back wall of the cabinet and bounced off the basement wall and back next to my router table.
Something I was doing was clearly wrong, and I found out at here, that what I was attempting was called "climb" routing.
So I figured I would route left to right to avoid that disaster again. It worked, but I have to believe there is a better way to accomplish what I wanted.
The next photos show the completed results, but I would like advice on a better method that what I used.