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 Author: KernowBrix View Messages Posted By KernowBrix
 Posted: Aug 6, 2019 16:32
 Subject: Custom printing for lego bricks?
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KernowBrix (0) 

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Hi I'm brand new to this place and the studio program but I seem to be learning
quickly. Im currently designing a Steam engine and would like to get some custom
printed parts. Does anyone know if this is possible or would I have to print
this on stickers myself and stick them on instead. Or push come to shove paint
onto the brick. Its something really simple but quite small, which is why I ask.
Its to make a crest of my home county to add as a crest on the train itself,
its tender and possible its coaches.

Many thanks in advance for your help,

KernowBrix
 Author: El_Skutto View Messages Posted By El_Skutto
 Posted: Aug 13, 2019 05:45
 Subject: Re: Custom printing for lego bricks?
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In My Own Creation, KernowBrix writes:
  Hi I'm brand new to this place and the studio program but I seem to be learning
quickly. Im currently designing a Steam engine and would like to get some custom
printed parts. Does anyone know if this is possible or would I have to print
this on stickers myself and stick them on instead. Or push come to shove paint
onto the brick. Its something really simple but quite small, which is why I ask.
Its to make a crest of my home county to add as a crest on the train itself,
its tender and possible its coaches.

Many thanks in advance for your help,

KernowBrix

I've used minifigs.me for most of my custom print jobs, and they've always
provided excellent service and work. They use UV printing, so it's not quite
as high quality as pad printing, but is much more affordable and the difference
in quality is practically impossible to see with the naked eye. UV printing
is also very durable and should last a very long time without fading or chipping,
as paint would.