When I have a lot of workpieces to square up at the table saw, it can be time-consuming to stop and make reminder marks on each board after I make the cut. Plus, I have to sand them off later when I’m ready to apply the finish. So I found a quicker way.
I stack all the boards together and make a couple marks on both ends all at one time. Then I square one end on the saw. When it’s time to cut the boards to length, I immediately know which end has been squared and which end to cut to length.