Ideas on infeed jig setup for my Dewalt 734 planer
So I recently acquired an almost brand new Dewalt 734 planer that I intend on using to mainly mill the 2" face frame pieces that I use for my cabinet making. I usually cut my face frame stiles and rails at 2 & 1/8" and plane them down to 2". At work we use a Grizzly 20" planer, and I am just new getting setup at my home shop to start moon light cabinet building.
My Dewalt 734 has a small infeed and out feed shelf built in to it, but, I want to be able to plane 4 face frame pieces at once, on their side edges. So I need to make some kind of a jig to hold four of them together at one time on the infeed side, so that they do not slide around and turn it twist. The infeed part is flush with the bottom on the inside of the part of the planer where the knives are at. Which is making it difficult for me to come up with any ideas on how to do this.
Do any of you guys have a suggestion or solution?