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Projects Align Text Font

Discussion in 'Helicopters' started by Derek, Jan 4, 2014.

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  1. Derek

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    I'm working on a pair of wall hangers for my Align 500 and 600. I'm wanting to use the "Align" font that is seen on the main blades. However, I looked at each of the fonts, one by one, on Microsoft Word and I didn't see anything that matched their font. Does anyone know what font that is and can I get it on my computer so that I can use it or should I just choose a different font and live with it?

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    Aligns font is proprietary. They made it themselves.
     
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    Thanks Tony! I was afraid you were going to say that. I've settled on a font and I'll post pics of my project when I get a little further along.
     
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    If you really wanted to you could take an image og the font and open it in illustrator or inkscape and trace the font. Once that is done you can scale the image to any size and print. Its more work but it would achieve your end state.
     
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    Thanks Matthias! I did think about doing that but I didn't want all that work, lol. I settled for a less impressive font but it should still look pretty good.
     
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