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If you're getting into sign making on a serious basis (like doing it as a business), you might want to invest in something like the Milescraft 3DPantograph (Milescraft - Universal Power Tool Attachments & Accessories - Routers - 3D Pantograph). Using this one could create one's own letter templates and then use those templates to make signs.
Just an idea.
Thanks ,I forgot ALL about the FREE patterns (templates)
Milescraft - Universal Power Tool Attachments & Accessories - Routers - 3D Pantograph
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The only commercial sign templates I've seen have been simple block letters, due to the limitation of the template needing to be a single, continuous structure. For a script-style "font", I think you'll have to go free-hand, using printed letters glued to the surface as guides.
One of the problems with free-handing is having sufficient surface for the router base to rest upon. An over-sized base, or skis, can help in that regard.
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