The Letter Aleph has 3 distinct parts and 10 laws concerning its form. There is an upper Yud, a lower Yud, and a body
that is similar to a Vov. There should be a clear connection from the body of the Aleph to the Yuds but none of the faces
of the Yuds are allowed to touch its body. The face of the upper Yud should be slightly angled upward. The very bottom
end of the Vov part should be slightly turned upwards. The size of the Aleph should be 3X3 kulmusim. The word
Kulmus(im) means the width of the tip of the quill.