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DIN Next LT Pro + Rounded font for the Web site and Photoshop in all styles. DIN Next LT Pro Rounded Medium Condensed. TTF EOT WOFF WEB. Download 3 formats OET. Below you can download free din medium font. This font uploaded 13 January 2013. DIN Medium font viewed 30891 times and downloaded 22443 times. See preview din medium font, write comments, or download din medium font for free. This font available for Windows 7 and Mac OS in TrueType(.ttf) and OpenType(.otf) format. DINNextLTPro-MediumCond Version 1.200;PS 001.002;hotconv 1.0.38 font (Font family name: DIN Next LT Pro Medium Cond; Font style name: Regular), 450 characters in total. Character distribution. Download DIN Pro Condensed Medium for free at FontsIsland.com. This font belongs to the following categories: cyrillic fonts, roman types, free fonts, free for personal use, sans-serif fonts. You will need to buy a font if the license for it is not free.

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DIN Next is a typeface family inspired by the classic industrial German engineering designs, DIN 1451 Engschrift and Mittelschrift. Akira Kobayashi began by revising these two faceswho names just mean condensed and regularbefore expanding them into a new family with seven weights (Light to Black). Each weight ships in three varieties: Regular, Italic, and Condensed, bringing the total number of fonts in the DIN Next family to 21. DIN Next is part of Linotypes Platinum Collection. Linotype has been supplying its customers with the two DIN 1451 fonts since 1980. Recently, they have become more popular than ever, with designers regularly asking for additional weights. The abbreviation DIN stands for Deutsches Institut fr Normung e.V., which is the German Institute for Industrial Standardization. In 1936 the German Standard Committee settled upon DIN 1451 as the standard font for the areas of technology, traffic, administration and business. The design was to be used on German street signs and house numbers. The committee wanted a sans serif, thinking it would be more legible, straightforward, and easy to reproduce. They did not intend for the design to be used for advertisements and other artistically oriented purposes. Nevertheless, because DIN 1451 was seen all over Germany on signs for town names and traffic directions, it became familiar enough to make its way onto the palettes of graphic designers and advertising art directors. The digital version of DIN 1451 would go on to be adopted and used by designers in other countries as well, solidifying its worldwide design reputation. There are many subtle differences in DIN Nexts letters when compared withe DIN 1451 original. These were added by Kobayashi to make the new family even more versatile in 21st-century media. For instance, although DIN 1451s corners are all pointed angles, DIN Next has rounded them all slightly. Even this softening is a nod to part of DIN 1451s past, however. Many of the signs that use DIN 1451 are cut with routers, which cannot make perfect corners; their rounded heads cut rounded corners best. Linotypes DIN 1451 Engschrift and Mittelschrift are certified by the German DIN Institute for use on official signage projects. Since DIN Next is a new design, these applications within Germany are not possible with it. However, DIN Next may be used for any other project, and it may be used for industrial signage in any other country! DIN Next has been tailored especially for gra

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