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We quite using double sided tape as it frequently was more trouble to clean up/scrape off than it took to cleana up the mess of chip the CNC made.

For projects that you can't put clamps on top of I have my students use a few spots of hot-melt glue to fasten their boards to a scrap of plywood typically 2 inches longer and wider than their board. The scrap leaves room for clamp or screws to fasten to the CNC bed. The hot melt glue, used sparingly, usually pops off the wood with a little shock force.

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I bought all of the supplies from Amazon and tried it, works great. I only use this method with small parts. Still use clamps for large stuff because it's less work and mess.
 

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For projects that you can't put clamps on top of I have my students use a few spots of hot-melt glue to fasten their boards to a scrap of plywood typically 2 inches longer and wider than their board. The scrap leaves room for clamp or screws to fasten to the CNC bed. The hot melt glue, used sparingly, usually pops off the wood with a little shock force.

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A little denatured alcohol will cause the hot glue to pop right off. I didn't believe it until I tried it...
 
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