My jig/method for making bevelled/chamfered baffles...

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Cut a wedge so the bevel line is parallel to the horizontal plane and attach a small stop block so the baffle does not want to ride backwards during the cut.

Attach wedge to a ply carrier board and make the cut.

Remove and flip wedge, cut other side.
 

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Good idea. I've looked at your pics, and unless I'm missing something you could make one improvement for safety. Why not make a guide which rides on the fence, with a face on the side opposite the blade (basically an inverted 'U'). Your cuts would be the same, but you'll eliminate having to feed while ensuring you're panels are against the fence.