Rather than depend on the print mechanism to overprint to make it darker,
just pick a compatible Bold font. I'd look for the bold font first, since
almost all bold fonts have a normal version, but not all normal have a
bold version. See coded font X0GB10 for bold and X0GT10 for the
normal.(or if you prefer character sets C0D0GB10 and C0D0GT10) for fixed
pitch 10 cpi Gothic.
Or if you're used Unicode based .TTF and/or .OTF, you have lots to pick
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