A simple template with a big impact. Create charcuterie board or cutting board stands that can accommodate boards up to 2" thick. Use 1" thick or larger wood stock to create free-standing legs, or create a fixed width structure. This template has a 0.52" diameter hole to allow you to create recessed pockets in the legs of your stand, so you can use a standard 1/2" wood dowel or 1.2" aluminum tubing to create a solid attached structure.
This SKU is for a single template only. If you want to create two legs at the same time without having to detach and reattach the template we recommend purchasing quantity 2 of this template.
Crafted Elements Acrylic Router Templates
The Crafted Elements line of laser cut acrylic router templates are precision cut templates designed especially for woodworkers. Unless you have access to a CNC machine in your shop these templates are the easiest, most accurate and most repeatable way to shape wood and wood+resin pieces into things like charcuterie boards, serving trays, handles, functional art and more.
Like our line of maker molds, we designed these templates to save you time and boost production efficiency. These take the guesswork out of shaping and fabricating. By simply pulling one of these clear templates off the shelf and lining it up on your material you’ll instantly know how your final piece will look before you even start cutting and shaping.
We laser cut all of our templates out of long lasting and durable 1/4” thick cast acrylic to ensure the bearing on your router bit has enough surface area to glide on. These templates can be used over and over and will quickly become a go-to tool in your shop.
Reduce errors, inaccuracy and problems with making complex shapes perfectly symmetrical. We even have templates to match many of our awkwardly shaped silicone molds, so you can cut and shape pieces of wood to fit perfectly snug within our molds before you pour your resin.
Turn on your router and glide the template along the bearing of your router bit, allowing the router to remove the excess material on your piece, effectively duplicating the shape of the router template.
Carefully remove the template from your material. Remove the two sided tape or hot glue. Sand any leftover residue off of your project. You can use goo-gone or other adhesive remover on the acrylic templates for any stubborn or sticky residue.
We also have a full tutorial on our YouTube channel which you can find posted below: