think about what is is your trying to get hot. if you slow bake something the radiation needs to be exposed to everything longer before the proper temp is reached, meaning everything is hotter. All you want is the top part of the ink to be gelled so you can print on it. if you hit the ink with 900 degrees the top of the ink will get to 280 before anything else has a chance to get hot so the energy transfer is not quick enough to expose everything.
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