The way that I would make the cuts is as follows. The SCMS won't make a 24 inch cut. The band saw won't allow 24 inches to the left of the blade so table saw is the only choice.
This assumes that you have an out feed table.
First, move the fence to 25 inches or so. Make a cut at 25 inches while pushing the wood only between fence and blade. After the cut, stop the saw and retrieve the wood.
Second set the fence to 24¾ inches. Spin the wood so that the fresh cut is against the fence and make another cut.
Third set the fence to the final dimension, 24 inches. Spin the wood again and re-cut the first cut at 24 inches.
You now have a piece 24 inches wide.
If you need two pieces from the wood, as described there are two options,
First change the design.
Second get one of those zero width kerf saw blades from the "Sharp Chisel and Zero Kerf Blade" store, somewhere on the web.