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single line font?

Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by Greenthorn, Sep 5, 2006.

  1. Greenthorn

    Greenthorn Member

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    I have to make some sample signs for a current customer. The lettering on the signs will be considerably condensed, but the lettering must have a 3/4" stroke (overall width of each part of the letters). Is there a font that is just a single vector points, that I can just apply a 3/4" stroke to and get the results I need?
     
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  2. iSign

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    engraving fonts
     
  3. Greenthorn

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    Thanks Doug.

    Sent an email to TheVectorDoctor for typesetting.
     
  4. Greenthorn

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    He didn't have any engraving fonts but suggested taking a thin font and clipping out the unneeded parts of each letter and that worked just fine.
     
  5. javila

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    Not sure if you're using flexi or not, but in flexi you can see which fonts are line fonts. They have an FF instead of TT on the left of the name.
     
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