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I have to print 450 shirts which are button up work shirts. I will print the back of the shirts and since I have a large quantity, I need to run them through my conveyor dryer for production efficiency. That said, I am wondering if running the shirts through the conveyor with the backs up will harm the buttons. I am printing tomorrow so anyone with experience with this who would offer insight would be appreciated. Thanks
 

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You could take an old shirt of yours and run it through the dryer and see what happens. I think it will be fine, I have heat pressed a polo with buttons before at 360-380 for 15 seconds trying to get something to stick. It was perfectly fine.
 
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