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Author's note

All characters are best used at large sizes. All of the small details start to show up at 300-600pt. Convert to outlines, and stretch them out as large as you like. Great detail was given to this font so that no kinks show up at larger sizes.

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10 Pocket Knife icons are included in 3 stages:

Open, Retracted, Detached

The icons with Detached blades are meant to be used by designers who want to make up their own unique icon. Position the blade from the handle at the angle of your choosing.

Convert the icon to outlines, ungroup, then place the blade at the handle at any angle that is desired. Overlap the base of the blade with the top of the handle, then carefully delete the portions of the blade that should be covered up by the handle. By this method, you can open and close the blade into its handle to make a variety of different icons.

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Cut-point Terms of Use
Free for personal and commercial use.

www.pallorpublishing.com

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Basic font information

Copyright notice
Pallor Publishing
Font family
Cut Point
Font subfamily
Regular
Unique subfamily identification
PallorPublishing : Cutpoint : 2015
Full font name
Cut Point
Name table version
2.000
Postscript font name
Cut Point
Manufacturer name
Designer
Description
All characters are best used at large sizes. All of the small details start to show up at 300-600pt. Convert to outlines, and stretch them out as large as you like. Great detail was given to this font so that no kinks show up at larger sizes.

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10 Pocket Knife icons are included in 3 stages:

Open, Retracted, Detached

The icons with Detached blades are meant to be used by designers who want to make up their own unique icon. Position the blade from the handle at the angle of your choosing.

Convert the icon to outlines, ungroup, then place the blade at the handle at any angle that is desired. Overlap the base of the blade with the top of the handle, then carefully delete the portions of the blade that should be covered up by the handle. By this method, you can open and close the blade into its handle to make a variety of different icons.

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Cut-point Terms of Use
Free for personal and commercial use.


www.pallorpublishing.com

Extended font information

Platforms supported

Platform Encoding
Unicode Unicode 2.0 and onwards semantics, Unicode BMP only.
Macintosh Roman
Microsoft Unicode BMP only

Font details

Created: 1969-12-31
Revision: 2
Glyph count: 98
Units per Em: 1000
Embedding rights: Embedding for preview & printing allowed
Family class: Symbolic
Weight: Medium (normal)
Width: Medium (normal)
Mac style: Bold
Direction: Only strongly left to right glyphs + contains neutrals
Pattern nature: Regular