Dot Matrix Template

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FAX:865-465-8130 EMAIL
PHONE: 865-933-5823

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School Purchase Orders are always welcome.

Additional shipping charges will be applied to orders outside the US. Please contact us by email before placing your order.

A+ Compass
673 Southview Circle
Kodak, TN 37764



All A+ Compass products are guaranteed for one year against breakage and malfunction that occurs during normal use. Replacement parts are available. Lost parts may be replaced at cost. Refunds, in full, will be issued upon return of merchandise. Refund will include cost of parcel post U.S. mail shipping. Please contact us by telephone for prompt attention to you needs.


Dot Matrix Template

This Dot Matrix template is a great tool for projecting a three dimensional drawing grid with either a document camera or an overhead projector. It can also be photocopied to produce same size paper for student use. The corners are cut on a radius so there are no sharp edges.

The graphics are on the bottom side to reduce wear and the grid is equipped with four thin clear bumpers. The bumpers reduce the risk of scratching and they greatly improve stability and ease of handling. This is a great improvement over lighter weight films!

This product also comes with an 6-inch straightedge equipped with molded bumpers to protect surface.

Now you have great tools to use with any overhead projector or ELMO (document camera).

Other templates from the same material:

All templates are equipped with bumpers for no skidding or marring of finish!

Dot Matrix Template

Do you live outside of the USA?

We welcome worldwide customers but we must verify shipping costs before accepting orders and shipping our products. Please email us to confirm shipping costs before you use PAYPAL.


Dot Matrix Template

(plus shipping and handling)

Free shipping and handling

All A+ Compass tools are intended for use by adults and supervised children eight years old and up. Plastic and metal objects should not be placed in mouth and are intended for instructional use only.

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