Gary, Rockler sells it, it's called double sided turners tape it's 19.95 for a roll that is 1" x 36 yards. I tried regular carpet tape but that stuff sticks too good. you have a hard time removing it, also the turners tape isn't as thick either, Woodcraft also sells it but they just call it double sided tape
I also need to find better tape. I used some once on my miter saw and it was very difficult to get off, even with a razor. I think it might have been a 3M brand tape from Walmart. Been gun shy of using it ever since. Maybe I will try what Woodcraft or Rockler has.
The double-sided foam style tape, is ''unsuitable'' for securing wood.
As mentioned above, slight movement occurs---which is not suitable for me.
I've had success using very thin, double-sided tape---like the type found in office supple stores.
Double-sided tape, can be removed by using a ''rolling'' motion---just rub it with a rolling motion, so it balls-up, to remove it.
I use ''WD-40'', to remove the tape/adhesive, from metal surfaces.
Spray on a light coating, wait a few seconds, then use a rolling motion---it balls up, and is easily removable.
Rubbing alcohol, will also work---but requires more effort and time.
I checked out Rocklers, double-stick tape today---
it contains a very thin layer of the foam material, between each layer of adhesive film.
It's marketed for use, in turning operations.
One of the guys, who works there, said he uses it, for joinery and on his router table, and that it does a very satisfactory job.
Use it sparingly---only a small amount, like 1" square piece sizes, placed in strategic locations, is all that is needed.
The roll is one-inch wide by 36yds long, and sells for $20---
that equates to 56 cents per square in.
I believe I'll keep looking for a suitable alternative, that is more economical.