You can use this handy push stick to quickly cut yards of moldings for any project. First determine the lengths you need then cut wide pieces that you will need to cut strips from. Take the wide pieces and rout or shape the molding contour on one or both edges. Then with your handy dandy push stick you can safely cut off strips of molding as fast as you can rout them without having to change the table saw fence setting.
Some styles of moldings are round or irregular and the pusher might not make good contact. The tip here is to take off the side of the push stick and make one thaat is thicker or thinner or just makes better contact. Safety here comes at the end of the cut when the tendency is for the cut piece to twist or turn. Good contact all through the cut is imperative. It's worth the time it takes to do this for safety. The idea that "I'm only going to make one or two pieces" can be the dangerous concept.