View Full Version : Templates, patterns

Tomas Olsson
03-06-2009, 2:05 PM
Hello you sawmill creek-people,

I am Tomas from Sweden and I am new here and not speaking english very well but I hope you will understand me anyway. :)

Well, I wonder where I should find eps-templates or patters for houses, toys, clocks, puzzles and so on and I hope you could help me.

1. I would like to have a template for A4-puzzle and maybe A5.
2. Houses and other buildings would be nice to try to make too.. maybe a dollhouse with furniture, cars and so on.. I have downloaded the eiffeltower-eps from this sita and will try to make it today.
3. Toys, I have seen animal-puzzles, airplanes, cars and so on.
4. I have seen very nice clocks too and would be nice to have some examples so I could try.

I am thankful for all your files, help where I could download or buy(first I would like to try) these..

Keep up the good work here, best regards!

Mike Mackenzie
03-06-2009, 3:01 PM

You can purchase lots of patterns from here http://www.laserbuzz.com/

Linda Tetreault
03-06-2009, 3:58 PM

There are several free projects on epiloglaser.com.

Mike Null
03-06-2009, 4:00 PM

Welcome to Sawmill Creek. There are many things in our files but it will take a good bit of searching. Here is one you might like.


Bob Cole
03-06-2009, 6:16 PM
Doing searches on this site and paying attention to the paper clip icon next to the title will result in all sorts of projects that people have shared.

Most of the doll house style laser cut patterns are commercial, so you will need to purchase.

As another poster mentioned, go to epilog site. They have quite a few files and instructions. Great for getting going. I probably wouldn't start out with the Eiffel tower as it takes quite a long time to cut out. Start out with something smaller so you can get your settings tuned.

Tomas Olsson
03-07-2009, 10:46 AM
Thanks for your help but I already know about epiloglaser.com and their sample club, it is very great and I was hoping there are more sites like that one out there that you could help me with.

I have been looking on laserbuzz and greatamericanscrollsaw.com, they have alot of nice things to purchase.

Roy Nicholson
03-09-2009, 6:22 AM
If you go here
www.scrollsawworkshop.blogspot.com (http://www.scrollsawworkshop.blogspot.com)

you can sign up for Steve's daily free scroll saw patterns.

They are a pdf fiole but can be converted for the laser.

Check out the archives on he left of the page.


Roy N.