This the first time I have ever seen a template of the type you are talking about. It looks like it is being used in the Philippines and may be a local product there. You can try Ozonebilliards.com or the Billiardswarehouse.com. If anyone may have it they would. Also try Muellerbilliards.com.
If you always leave your balls racked at exactly the same spot while you are not playing, the balls will make little indentations in the cloth, and over time the balls will simply roll back to where these indentations are. The only marks you need on the table are some (tiny, thin, barely visible marks) that align the rack such that the balls are positioned over their little indentations.
If you take this strategy, do not brush this section of the cloth; as brushing will raise the fibers and make it harder for the balls to find their indentations.
By multirack I think they mean that the template can be used for different games. Although Mitch's ans is a common
practice, I can understand the value of the template in the event you want to take it somewhere. I will try to search it out and get back to you.
@Mitch Alsup - I understand that, but I don't have an expensive pool table. It has a wooden slate and (I'm guessing) would get damaged easily.
I've been observing Wu Chia Ching's breaks, and sometimes I get too much top spin on my cue action since I don't have a designated break cue (thinking of buying the Elite Heavy break cue though). It jumps to where the rack is placed and might have bent the wood on the slate a bit. Now I can't get a tight rack for practicing my break.
I'm assuming that this multirack would have an indented edges so that the balls are held tight.
@quickshot - Thanks for the help. I've been searching for it as well.
Just a note on breaknig: next time you change the felt, get Simonis 760. This felt is fast enough that you can break at moderate speed and send the balls flying all over the table surface. That is you don't have to hit it all that hard. Saves wear and tear on cue, tip, shaft, cue-ball, object-balls, and the felt.