I was reading the post about mounting the spoil board and resurfacing and was interested in how others mount parts to the table. I know most clamp parts, use double sided tape, hot glue, vacuum, nail, screw or whatever, but I've cut a lot of parts over the years and haven't resurfaced my spoil board yet. I'll start by sharing a simple way to save your spoil board.
If I'm cutting a 3D part that I need to cut past the bottom of the part I first mount it to a certain sized throw away board that fits between the T-tracks. I screw the blank to the board where I know it's not going to cut then clamp that to the table. I use these throw away boards many times before scrapping and the spoil board is never touched. You can clamp it or vacuum it with no problem. This way my clamps are far enough from the work to not interfere and my parts are mounted securely. I'd like to see other ideas and learn something in the process.