Apologies if this is not the right forum for this question.
Does anyone know how to print one's own designs onto plastic guitar picks?
Is there any kind of process to do this which is relatively cheap, safe, and durable?
I can do the designs in a vector or raster-based programme/app, but then I am stuck about how I would go about transferring the designs to the picks, and what hardware, chemicals and so on I might need.
@Ray Cathode . print on normal paper and use a medium on your pedal. Liquitex Gel, Gesso, Acrylic poly etc. Press the paper to the medium and let it dry. use a wet rag to gently rub the paper away after the medium is fully dry. The ink is left on the metal. Tons of youtube videos out there
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