I’ve found a method for transferring patterns to wood that doesn’t destroy the paper pattern or make a mess of the wood.
When jointing long or wide boards I find it difficult to keep the board tight against the fence and solidly against the bed.
Working off the “waste” side of a workpiece, it’s possible to rip very thin strips from the edge of a board.
After reading Alan Schaffter’s tip, I thought I’d send in my own down-and-dirty “sled” for cutting irregular panels.
Need to shape project parts too big to bring to an oscillating spindle sander? Bring the sander to your project, instead.