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A font I created specifically to emboss/use as holes in 3D printed material.

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    Created on Sat, 6th January. Last edited on Tue, 9th January.
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A very basic font I created specifically to emboss/use as holes in 3D printed material. This one is available for free, in the hopes that it will be useful for others attempting to use a simple stencil for projects. Sample coming soon. Only took me about 30min to make.

Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) Sat, 6th january

Looks rly good! Hope this gets a TP.

Comment by Ptles Sat, 6th january

Hope this gets a TP, it looks rly good!

Comment by Ptles Sat, 6th january

Hope this gets a TP, it looks rly good!

Comment by Ptles Sat, 6th january

Hope this gets a TP, it looks rly good!

Comment by Ptles Sat, 6th january

Thank you, friend. I don't think it's deserving of a TP, this one prioritizes function over form haha. I like this font anyway though. I'm gonna knock out some more letters for different languages tomorrow

Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) Sat, 6th january
Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) Sat, 6th january

IRL sample for a pool product I am developing.

Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) Sat, 6th january

Always lovely to see a font of yours again~

Comment by tortoiseshell Sun, 7th january

Always lovely to read your comments. Hope to make some more fonts in the future since I have more free time now.

Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) Sun, 7th january

Excellent stencil, @Noah F. Ross and great to see a real life application! Is it lasercut?

Comment by four Sun, 7th january

@Noah F. Ross (winty5) - Good to see your return, young Winty.  Nice practical application of your wonderful stencil design.  :^)

Comment by Goatmeal Mon, 8th january

Hi Foar and Goatmeal, great to see both of you guys still here :) I remember making fonts on FS when i was 10, here I am now at age 21. It is 3-D Printed, just with basic PLA filament on a Ender 3 v3SE 3D printer, nothing too crazy or advanced. A simple font serving a simple but useful purpose. More samples coming soon.

Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) Mon, 8th january

Nice to see you here again, @Noah! And the font looks good. Have you thought about completing it?

Comment by elmoyenique Mon, 8th january

Hi Elmo, as per your request I have completed the basic latin and additional latin character sets. Nice to see you again as well, hope you are doing great my friend.

Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) Mon, 8th january

Another IRL sample. this 3-D print is not perfect, but it's basically just a soap dish/little decorative castle. My first time ever using 3-D modeling software haha

Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) Tue, 9th january

I always love to see real life applications of a font. May I ask why the crossbar of lowercase t sits above the x- height? 

Comment by Sed4tives Tue, 9th january

Oops, that was accidental. Will fix now

Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) Tue, 9th january

Beautiful stencil work here! However, the j does overlap with some of the other lowercase letters, such as g, y, q, and itself. Honestly though, I can't really think of any words that have those letters in that order anyways, so i don't think this'll become a problem unless it gets used to type complete jibberish. Other than that though, great work! 

10/10

Comment by Gr4ftY (groan) Tue, 9th january

You're right that the descender on the j is quite large, I'm thinking about removing the left-most half of it. However like you said, I don't really think it's an issue, and if it is I can always just delete the offending bits in the 3-D printing software since that is the sole purpose of this font haha. Thanks for the comment and vote.

Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) Thu, 11th january

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