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I've done some Googling and come up short. I'm looking for the name of the font used in Dymo labelling machines like this.

I'm after the original font (and preferably on OT version) used, or on which the letterforms used by Dymo machines are based. I'm NOT looking for this version that seems to be a traced version of some scanned labels. If the answer is that it's a proprietary font that isn't available in a digital form, then that's a valid answer.

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    Its most likely a proprietary font to avoid licensing cost. Computer connected dymos use whatever font you specify though – joojaa Oct 25 '20 at 13:06
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    Agree with @joojaa - there are similar fonts, although not identical: Jura (available on Google Fonts), the Latin character set of Jasna Regular, both of which could be described as Eurostyle variants. – Billy Kerr Oct 25 '20 at 13:13
  • Might be good to clarify exactly what you're looking for, and ideally show a sample of what you want identified. That machine is a label printer and it says it can print multiple fonts. The samples on Amazon aren't very clear, but look similar to Helvetica or Univers. If you mean the classic plastic embossing tape look, like the scan you show, that's different: it's more like Eurostile but is surely a custom design. – Copilot Oct 25 '20 at 14:03

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