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Hello,
I am in search of a router templet that would make letters and numbers at least 6" tall, 9" would be better. I have searched on-line finding nothing larger than 2.5". Any help would be very much appreciated.

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welcome to the forum, Boots.
what is it that you want the templates for ?
many of us here free-hand letters that are that big with very good results.
if you've never done it before, with a little practice, you too could get it done.
 

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welcome to the forum, Boots.
what is it that you want the templates for ?
many of us here free-hand letters that are that big with very good results.
if you've never done it before, with a little practice, you too could get it done.
Thanks John,
I want to make an address sign for the lobby of a multi unit residential building. It would be more decorative than for identifying the location. I will try some free hand but I'm a bit behind schedule already and practice would set me back some more.
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Boots - do you have a sketch, drawing or sample photos to share with us ?
we can only assume that you are wanting to make only one of these signs ?
 

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Microsoft word letters can be enlarged (not sure how large, but big) enough to print one letter per page. Stick the pages on the wood and cut them out using a scroll saw. If you remove the center area of the letter, you have a template to use with a router. If you remove the outer area, you have a wooden letter to glue to your sign backer.

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