My apologies for so many questions. I am fairly new to printing.
I tried to print on this cube shaped piece of glass. However i noticed that surface is not even. When ever i print there are a few places without any ink. I was wondering if there is a technique or maybe a some kind of a squeegee that i can use.
I tried using a pretty narrow squeegee and going several times but you could see a line or more ink deposited on places it overlapped.
I also tried using a piece of sponge, which worked but the edges are not sharp.
Anyone with any suggesions would be appreciated,,..
If the glass is that wavy then you may be outta luck. Printing with a rounded squeegee won't help as the problem is that you're not making contact still over the length of the blade. Try printing your organic shape in smaller sections, like triangular bits, with a small squeegee. Hopefully this will get rid of the lines you see when doing so. Maybe also switch to a super opaque black. Pad printing is most likely the way to go.