Best case is to find a parameter that cuts without causing a bow and one solution for that is to not do cuts very close to each other one after the other. Color can be used to isolate order of cuts (sometimes) or even cutting every other piece, then ignoring them and doing the others.
Had a large piece warp when inlays were pushed into it that was too big a waste to make redoing it a viable option.
Essence of the problem was the base had so much cut out for the inlays it warped when stressed from the inlay pressure.
I put some small weights on the center and thin wedges on opposite ends, then waved a torch over it in several fast passes.
Seemed to work, which was great, since I was going to make it anew before I tried putting it in the oven.