And as you guessed, no jointer.
I want to perfectly square up the cutting boards I have been working on, and I'll definitely need to do the same to the maple boards I will be using for the kitchen table.
I know I could use the router table and a bit, but my attempts at this so far have resulted in a notch in the first part of the board and ruined the attempt. I've got the bit as close and even with the outfeed fence as I can get it, but I still get that error. Haven't tried a sled yet, because I haven't put in a miter slot on the table yet. Got the slot, but haven't gotten around to it yet.
The cutting boards are of all different sizes, so setting up something for repeatable results (like a straight edge) might not be the best solution. With the boards for the table, this might be a solution since they'll all be carbon copies.
I guess what's the most efficient way to do this without spending $300 on a jointer? Should I try and set up a planer bed/jig? Make the router table sled? Looking for some ideas here, please. I'd like to get started on applying finish to the cutting boards this weekend if possible. Nothing like getting something done early for a change.