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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-22-2009, 11:42 PM Thread Starter
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Hi, i am looking 4 a wood sign template. 4-5 inches. Woodworkers has one but its 2.5 inch.
Can anyone help me find one to purchase.
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Hi Julie and Welcome! Milescraft makes a couple of different sign making systems, I think the pantograph will do larger letters.

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Originally Posted by NECHESNUT View Post
Hi, i am looking 4 a wood sign template. 4-5 inches. Woodworkers has one but its 2.5 inch.
Can anyone help me find one to purchase.
Thanks, julie
Hi Julie:

If you go back to the RouterForums main page and look further down the list, you'll see a sub-forum specifically for signmakers. The "Pros" don't use templates, they print out their font/sign from their computer and freehand the sign.

To produce a positive relief sign, one where the lettering stands proud of the background, you'll need skis.

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