SignPro Sign Making Router Kit

Sign making more versatile than ever before!

Create custom wood-engraved signs with the Milescraft SignPro—just affix the templates and start routing for uniformly spaced letters and number. All you need after purchasing this kit is your router and some wood!

*Tip: A plunge router is recommended.

Features & Benefits

  1. Easily assembles in minutes.
  2. 168 horizontal numbers, letter, and punctuation templates and 40 vertical number templates.
    • Self-centering
    • No measuring required
  3. 7″ TurnLock Base Plate
    • Fits most popular routers
    • Durable and long-lasting bushings
    • Bushing change easily without tools
  4. Four (4) 18″ inch enforced metal rails
    • Improve stability
    • Easily joined to make signs up to 36″
    • Lay flat on work surface to prevent bowing from router
  5. Two (2) low-profile C-clamps
    • Secure without restricted router movement
  6. Two (2) carbide core box bits (¼” and 3/8″)

 

    Product Manual

Milescraft SignPro Sign Making Router Kit C-Clamp.

*Tip: Make sure the bushing is installed on the Base Plate before routing.

Sign project made with Milescraft SignPro Sign Making Router Kit. Milescraft SignPro Sign Making Router Kit offered by Eagle America.

 

See just how easy sign making is with the SignPro in this video!

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2 Comments

    • Eagle America

      Reply

      Hey Michael,

      We’d recommend making your own since you need such a larger size and specific font:

      1. Grab some blank acrylic squares (http://bit.ly/2dtWQk3). *Tip: The 11-3/4″ squares will yield roughly 3-4 letters each, and note that some of these do have center holes.
      2. Print the 5″ Comic Sans letters.
      3. Use double-faced tape (http://bit.ly/2dtWz0y) or spray adhesive (http://bit.ly/2d9CqkZ) to attach the letter pattern to the acrylic.
      4. Then cut out your shapes with a scroll or jig saw.

      If you decide to got this route, we’d love to see how it turns out!

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