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Yes, you should use acrylic paint, and use thinner to bring it down to the right consistency. For pickups you are often screening white paint on black bobbins, and the logo types are really small, so any lateral movement of the screen is really visible. Definitely worth trying on some scrap plastic first!

I can take some photos of one of our screens if you are interested.

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screen printing like that would normally be done with acrillic paint rather than ink I believe (I've only done screen printing onto fabric mind you). making your own screen wouldn't be to hard if you're dead handy with a sharp knife and if your design is simiple enough

if youve already found someone to make you the screen they couold prolly tell you where a silk screener is, and you could print your logo onto a transperency and have it emulsified onto a screen; you can get pretty detailed

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