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This is an easy project if you have an Epilog Laser since it does the bulk of the work. I like this sign as it catches the eye ...
I used a 3.5" by 12" board that was about 1/4" thick for this sign. Place the board in the upper left hand corner of the Epilog laser.
In the size bar, mark the sizes as 3.5" tall and 12.0" wide.
On the tool bar, select the text tool. In the font bar, select the desired font style that has outlined letters and a fill of the letters. In ...
In the text box, type the words you would like. In this case, we are using "eelskin leather". After you type the word in, strech the lettering to ...
Select print in the top task bar. Select no to the next prompt. On the Print window that appears, click Properties. Change the sizes of your sign from ...
Set the machine to the proper height for your sign using the height gauge. Take the gauge off then hit the reset button. Press start on the Epilog ...
Place a piece of leather 3.5" X 12" on top of the sign. Readjust the height. Hit start on the Epilog machine. The letters will be cut out ...
Now take the cut out letters. In this case, those spelling leather, place them into the according places on the wooden sign. Put a heavy weight, such as ...
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