anyone have suggestions as to a source for for foam or neoprene letters and numbers???

I'm making a headstone and have only found comic font at the craft stores. I tried cutting some on a scroll saw, but trying to make  3/4" letters is tough. thanks.

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use a hot wire foam cutter, make one it is fun

Lettersforconcrete.com

thanks! i think that i can work with that. 

If the font or letters size proposed on lettersforconcrete.com don't meet your need, you could use a 3D printing service for custom letters or logo. With a positive print in ABS you could cast polyurethane negatives to put in your mold.

Tape and a exacto knife !!! Or Places like Michaels art stores sell them.

I don't know where you live but I use a waterjet cutting service for this kind of stuff. they can cut anything with precision

As Mark said,... We did 2 of them. Pick your font / size + gets cut perfectly from a sign company
Laser cuter on neoprene. Vinyl plotter is what I use. Only goes so thick

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