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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-02-2011, 12:38 AM Thread Starter
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Hi,

Been browsing this forum for a while and have learned several things. Now I need some help or suggestions. My son is a huge Boise State Broncos fan.

I am looking for a template for the broncos. I would like to use the router to create a wall hanging for him.

I do not know how to create a template/jig so I am asking if someone can make a template for me. I am thinking that I would be able to put this on a nice piece of cedar or pine and then paint it. I have added a couple pictures of what I am looking for.

Thoughts or suggestions? If you can make something for me please send me a PM.

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Whilst I don't think it will attract any New York based hot shot lawyers I would look for any wording on any of their merchandise that states that the horse logo and or any associated colour schemes are copyright protected before you go asking a forum member to potentially dip their toe into the hot waters of the copyright infringement pond!

I have no useful info on the template though sorry!
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Hi John

Can't you use an image manipulation programme to magnify your image, then print it off and stick it to a bit of 1/4" MDF. Then cut around it carefully with a bandsaw before smoothing to the outline with sand paper. Voila ! One template!

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John, how big are you trying to make this?

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