This is not an example of a beautifully tapered leg for a demilune table but, it does show a use for the jig. I am just cutting some "arms" for more of my version 2 clamp racks. The "catcher" board is something I made years ago out of an old finish sample board. There are large rare earth magnets sunk into the bottom and a few strokes of rubber dip to act as a traction aid. There are also a couple of t-bolt holes for when I use it on my non-ferrous router table as a supporrt for long boards when using the tablesaw sled but, here I am using the magnets and rubber to keep it put.
Here I am setup to make a run. I can do the whole operation with my hands and body well clear of the blade. This must be what guys with big sliders feel like all the time .
I make the cut, kill the saw and by the time I have the next blank in place the blade is stopped and I can safely grab the off-cut.
This really let me plow through these quickly and safely.