: similar to machine tool sanserif, but doesn't have stray lines in capital "r". according to this discussion, these fonts used to be given away with featurecam, which was a product of engineering geometry systems, who were bought by autodesk, who were bought by delcam. quite a while i have been following the search for "real" "single line fonts" that are usable in cambam and other cad/cam software. if the doubled-up lines are identical, then it's easy to remove them by using a command like rhino's "select duplicates".
since they're all outline fonts, there's no problems with double lines etc. if you're prepared to do a bit of line removal, then cnc vector or eng_/cambam. individual lines have been separated out:In the list of fonts below, i've identified whether a font has single or double lines. a true single-line font, i'd go for orach technic first, because i like the circular arcs.
following tip from davek on the cambam forum:I just used a trick i've used before on your fonts. stencilasian arabicbitmap pixelblackletterblurredbrushcalligraphyceltic irishchalk crayonchristmascomic cartooncomputercurlydecorativedingbatsdisneydistorted erodeddottedeasterfamousfancyfantasyfirefixed widthgothicgraffitigreek romangroovyhalloweenhandwritingheadlinehorrorice snowitaliclcdmedievalmexicanmodernmovies tvold englishold schooloutlinepointedretrorock stoneroundedrussiansans serifschoolsci fiscratchedscriptserifsquaretattootrashtypewriterusavalentinevariouswestern. these were originally posted on a sawmillcreek discussion, which has lots of interesting info on the fonts. it comes to typography, there's a wealth of stencil fonts online for creatives to use in their designs.
due date due date by dieter steffmantypeface designer dieter steffman has over 120 fonts available to download on font space and many more on his website. however, note capital "r" in sanserif - there are two tiny stray lines half-way along the tail.'ve come across loads of different fonts, all over the place, and reckoned it would be useful to have them all on one page for reference. single-line fonts:These are normal font files (ttf, otf, pfm etc) which have either a single line or two overlapping lines and count as "true" single-line fonts.
this free stencil font was designed by graphic design student william bayley suckling, who specialises in a wide range of fun fonts. the busy artist has over 60 designs available for download on the archive of free fonts dafont. operating under magique fonts, this is one of many type designs created by balint. design program into thinking they are really looped truetype fonts,When they really don't have an inside and outside loop.