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Using Stick Fonts

You can use stick fonts when applying sketch text to parts or assemblies for laser engraving, water jet, and for Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining.

Stick fonts are also called single line, stroke, or open loop fonts. Use the OLFSimpleSansOC Regular font for all stick fonts.

To use stick fonts:

  1. Click Tools > Sketch Entities > Text.
  2. In the PropertyManager, under Text, clear Use document font.
  3. Click Font.
  4. In the Choose Font dialog box, under Font, select the OLF SimpleSansOC font.
  5. Select any other options, and click OK.

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