I've been trying to find an answer to this question, and haven't found anything concrete...
Now that Typekit has become a mainstay, it brings up the issue that as designers we are unable to package fonts with jobs as we used to. Before Typekit locked fonts down, we could package fonts and send them along with a file to a printer, so if the printer (for whatever reason) ever had to open a native file etc. they would have the fonts. According to the language in Adobe products:
"For font software licensed from Adobe, your license agreement provides that you may take a copy of the font(s) you have used for a particular file to a commercial printer or other service provider, and the provider may use the font(s) to process your file..."
So, my question is - if we are unable to package fonts from Typekit, how are we supposed to "bring" the fonts to our printer? Is there anything in the works to allow the sharing of fonts from Typekit, within the limits of the license agreement of course, but seems like there is no way to do this. Any help is appreciated, thanks!
The Typekit Services Agreement does not permit fonts synced from Typekit to be transferred to another user or computer that isn't already licensed for that font.
The "Packaging files that use synced fonts" help page has more information on this: http://help.typekit.com/customer/portal/articles/1166052
For now, you can export a PDF and send this to the printer, or the print bureau can easily use the same fonts if they have a Typekit account or full Creative Cloud subscription.
I'm sorry I couldn't be of more help here. Let me know if you have any further questions.