I came up with this idea after seeing the unique 250 raised panel door machine. It's basically a sliding table...but a really long one. I got the idea from the Unique 250 door machine. I'm able to do all the pieces for a door on my shaper with out it but figured I would save alot of time and set up in not having to use the power feeder. Also it's a problem to run the end grain on a narrow raised panel using the feeder, it wont keep the board exactly straight against the fence.
I still need to make some kind of pnematic hold down. Probably a continueous bar with rubber on the bottom operated by by two air cylinders one at each end that will clamp the wood to the table.
So I can use my infeed fence which is digital to reference everything off of. One thing I like to do when making cabinet doors is cut all my pieces to size before I do any shaping. This way if I have say very short rails (for a narrow door) I can do the cope cut first and get rid of the blow out by doing the profile cut by clamping it to the table and sliding it through. Basically the same way you would do it on a Unique 250.
Here's a couple of pics any input is welcome.