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That was my first attempt. The ribs holding the center of the 8, 9, and 0 were too thin. I have altered the font, and now have a successful pattern to cut with a 1/8" two-flute straight bit.
 

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Hi Joe,

Great clocks. Would you mind sharing what font you used?

I would like to try that on a scroll saw, one of my friends is having a birthday soon and he is a Beatles nut. I will try to cut it out of an old LP and print out a mock Apple Records Label form his favorite album.

Thank you. BE WELL
 

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Hi Joe,

Great clocks. Would you mind sharing what font you used?

I would like to try that on a scroll saw, one of my friends is having a birthday soon and he is a Beatles nut. I will try to cut it out of an old LP and print out a mock Apple Records Label form his favorite album.

Thank you. BE WELL
Hmm... I will have to go out to the shop and boot up the computer to answer that question. I don't know the name of the font from my failing memory.
 

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Hi Joe,

Great clocks. Would you mind sharing what font you used?

I would like to try that on a scroll saw, one of my friends is having a birthday soon and he is a Beatles nut. I will try to cut it out of an old LP and print out a mock Apple Records Label form his favorite album.

Thank you. BE WELL
The font is called AR JULIAN but that is not the font I used for the clock face. It is installed on the DesignEdge software, but it is a TrueType Font.
 
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