At the time I purchased it they didn't have the options they have now, but I ordered all of the vector type fonts. The one on that box is the so-called 3D font set. Once installed they appear in the VCP or Aspire font list. Each keyboard key places a vector on your project drawing. You move and rotate them to build the pattern you want to assemble. Positioning them accurately requires zooming in on them. The roundness is an illusion made with parallel vectors.
I spray two or three coats of polyurethane on the part to be cut and allow to fully dry. Then cut the design. Light sanding of the surface with fine sand paper to remove any burrs, then apply General Finishes Java gel stain sparingly to the whole area. Let it partially dry for a few minutes, then lightly wipe off the surface with folded paper towel with a drop or two of paint thinner on it. Damp, not wet. The gel stain will come off the surface and leave the dark roast coffee color in the cuts. It will take two or three wiping with clean paper. Done right, you will have very clean edges. No real precision work is involved.
When asked how I do that I tell them "with a $2,500 Chinese one hair artist's brush and many months of eye straining work".