I mentioned using the miter slot on my router table in a thread to Steve Shouthwood the other day. This is a silly little third-hand sort of a helper but I use it frequently.
I grabbed and old stain color-sample board as it happened to have a consistent topcoat on it despite being multi-colored . I milled it to match the thickness of my tablesaw sleds.
If I am milling thin or long stock that tends to sag, I set the t-nuts into the t-slotted miter track on the router table and give 'em a twist.
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If I am hanging off the other end, the recessed magnets hold the board still and provides a little support.
I know, kinda goofy but, it gets used more than I would have thought.