Quasimoda font prints curves with angles

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Aug 30, 2022 Aug 30, 2022

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I have an Adobe font that I'm using - Quasimoda. I'm printing it poster-sized for an exterior sign. I converted the text to outlines in AI, saved as PDF, and did a preflight to make sure the font was good. Everything looks good.

Straight lines are printing fine. I'm having trouble with printing curved lines such as the "C" pictured.

Parts of the curve will print correctly, other parts will print incorrectly with angles, etc.

Please help! Thank you!

 

Quasimoda Capital C.jpg

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New Here , Aug 31, 2022 Aug 31, 2022

Thanks for the suggestion. I couldn't find anything related to flatness for my printer.

 

But alas, I solved my own problem by creating an image out of the letters and opening it in Windows Paint which then  allowed me to print it with no trouble at all. Problem solved!

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Aug 31, 2022 Aug 31, 2022

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There's a setting in the printer for "flatness". How is that set up?

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Thanks for the suggestion. I couldn't find anything related to flatness for my printer.

 

But alas, I solved my own problem by creating an image out of the letters and opening it in Windows Paint which then  allowed me to print it with no trouble at all. Problem solved!

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