After reading my post above, I think I should clarify that there are people that have an Epson-based printer that run the shirts through a dryer first and then heat press the print at the end. This will help cure the top layer of ink and prevent the silicone sheet from smearing the ink. This is similar to what some people do with hovering the heat press over the print.
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