Has anyone found a good font for use when Laser Cutting Text out of sheet metal? A font that has tabs to hold the centers of 'ABDOPQR's. Feel free to forward me anything you think might work.
Thanks in advance for you quick reply.
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I do this as well. Be aware, though, that when creating PDFs in Wildfire 3 some of the fonts will not convert (particularly Bold type) unless the font actually resides in <loadpoint>\text\fonts folder.
To me this is a bug, but PTC wants an enhancement request filed - which will probably not get addressed.
I believe this is an Adobe PDF issue because I get the same thing when using Acrobat. If I create a flyer or something with an interesting font, it doesn't come through on the PDF unless you have the font on your machine. I'm not sure if there's a way around it, but I know I've seen it outside of Pro/E.