Text Cutting Templates for Large Characters. Number Templates.
Need to cut out large letters or numbers? Enter your text and drag the Size slider to re-size the font to desired height.
Click Add 50 Google Fonts to add ~ 50 new Web Fonts. Scroll down to preview available fonts and click to select.
Or Choose from over 800 Google Web Fonts, then click Add 1 Google Font and enter the font name to add to selection.
Use Spray Adhesive to adhere templates and Spray Sealer to seal them.
Different fonts display with different margins. Eg:lower case g hangs below the baseline.
Enter upper case and lower case characters to measure total printed height in Metric or Imperial. Printed at 100% printer
scale, the templates are actual size indicated on the ruler.
Hit Trim Rulers to trim rulers and margins before printing.
Hit Super Size for extra large characters. Mouse over template image to see printed page paper size.
Click to open a new window and create a PDF file, or print directly from the page.
For larger templates, you can use Poster Print to print the template image over multiple pages, or print to 1 large page and have a Print Shop print the template (Plan Printing)
You can create a PDF up to page size A0 (841 mm x 1189 mm ~ 33.1 in x 46.8 in)
See Printing Tips for instructions on how to print large templates over multiple pages (Poster Print).
To work out horizontal spacing and total length of a word, select a Scale larger than 1:1. The characters will not be to scale, but the measurements
are correct for the displayed character height. Adjust character height to desired (displayed) size, enter complete word and drag Spacing slider to see individual character spacings and total length.
Click one of the available fonts displayed below to select.
Select alternate character sets, and click keys below to select (character will appear above)
If you're cutting blocks, concrete, stone or ANYTHING and there's DUST - DON'T TAKE THE RISK
Don't cut it, or cut it wet so there's NO DUST - Silicosis Sucks
How should we spell it?
What do we think? - They're 2 different things:
A Meter is a device to measure things - like a Volt Meter or a Parking Meter
A Metre is about 3'-3~3/8"
Although diameter and perimeter as measurements - don't seem to fit very well
If the US ever goes Metric, you'll be able to use a Meter to measure Meters - A Meter Meter
(And when we go back to the moon, let's go Metric, ay?)
All Inch (Imperial) inputs and dimensions are actual physical finished sizes(unless otherwise noted)
All Metric Inputs in Millimetres(unless otherwise noted)