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I have mounted a spoil board to my factory spoil board, I started using push clamps to hold pieces in place. I've recently taken to just using screwed holding blocks for my repetitive cuts ... when you're cutting 20+ boards all of the same size, that seemed reasonable to me. The system is not without fault, though, and I don't use hold *downs*, just borders that hold the piece *in place.*

And when I say the system is not without fault ... guess what that means?

So, is this T-Track method - perhaps with 4DThinker's sunken spoil board to gain some precious Z - the best practice?
 

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