Our fonts are 1:1 transplanted according to the style of the built-in bitmap fonts in the printer for the convenience of users to print.
The device embedded fonts of many thermal printers on the market are still old bitmap fonts, that is the pixel fonts merged from pixel by pixel. They are of the small size, low cost, easy to be fired into tiny chips, easy to calculate and program. On the contrary, the beautiful vector fonts commonly used on today’s operating systems do not have this advantage.
The following picture is an example of a bitmap pixel font embedded in the printer device, which does have obvious aliasing. It’s not quite smooth, but it’s true.