425 Milescraft SignPro

May 3, 20104 Comments

There are times when I just want to make something for fun and I don’t want to spend a lot of time worrying about all the details to make it right. Of course, I do want to make sure it’s something I don’t mind my name being associated with too! One type of project that’s fun and can make a great gift for a loved one is a custom wooden sign.

Whether it’s an address plaque so the pizza delivery person knows NOT to miss my door once again or so help me I’ll…or a humorous expression for reminding guest they’re welcomed to visit but don’t plan on staying long. Custom wooden signs are great projects. To make them even better and easier to knock out in your shop, Milescraft created the SignPro Kit. In the box is everything you need to make a wide variety of wooden signs, from horizontal to vertical…letters to numbers…large or small.

All you need is some wood and maybe a dictionary so the neighbors don’t shake their heads in disbelief, again. For the typical signs I’ve created with the SignPro, it’s taken only minutes to have everything laid out and ready to route. Quick, simple and time well spent in the shop!

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  1. Interesting video Matt. Any way to do lettering in an arch? I’m guessing that based on the kit that we saw, it would be a manual effort of shifting the workpiece or the template.

    • Matt says:

      Unfortunately they currently don’t offer any alternatives to the straightline setup, but I think if you simple drew some layout lines you could play with it enough to make it look good.

  2. Thanks for sharing.

    Just wondering, where did you get that fine looking hat?

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