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Milescraft 2-1/2 in. Vertical Number Template Set

Discontinued Milescraft

2-1/2 in. Vertical Number Template Set

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Product Overview

The Milescraft 2-1/2 in. Vertical Number Template Set features self-spacing letters and numbers that need no adjustment when used in combination with the Milescraft SignCrafter (model 1206) or SignPro (model 1212). The templates are made of durable, long-lasting plastic polymer and can be replaced easily if they are damaged.

  • Compatible with routers and specialized sign-making tools
  • For professional-quality engraving of numbers
  • Templates constructed from durable, long-lasting plastic polymer, can be easily replaced if damaged
  • Numbers are self-spacing when used with the Milescraft SignCrafter (1206) or SignPro (1212) models
  • Kit contains 2 templates each of the numbers 0 through 9 (20 total)

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2-1/2 in. Vertical Number Template Set is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Handy addation to sign templates. If you have the Milecraft sign routing kit, then you will find these templates handy when you make vertical house numbers, and things of that nature. The bushing tracks well in the templates, giving you nice clean numbers. I have found that when working with pressure treated wood, two or more shallow cuts gives you much cleaner numbers. I have also found that if you are careful, you can use a laminate router and a guide bushing instead of a plunge router when making signs. I find this works better for me when making small signs. You just have to be careful not to catch the template when starting the bit! If you make a lot of custom signs, you may want to invest if a bit extension. This will let you use almost any router bit instead of having to get the long shank bits.
Date published: 2012-07-26
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