Union Diamond is formulated for 50/50 blends, not for 100% polyester. For 100% poly you should use Union Poly Low Bleed.
If the prints stick together it is most likely the result of the shirts falling off the belt before they have cooled sufficiently. You want to slow the belt down, not speed it up. Then the shirts will have more time to cool before they fall into the basket on top of one another.
I'm paranoid about dye migration, because it can happen a day or so after the job is printed, so the shirts can look fine when you deliver them and look horrible when the customer opens the box later. (This has only happened to me once years ago, but it was embarrassing enough to get me to be way more careful.) Since I use a small conveyor dryer with a fluctuating and uneven heating pattern, when I print 100% polyester I cure it at a very low temperature in the conveyor and then cure it again with my heat press set on 330 degrees. No pressure with the clamp, just the weight of the heating element (with a piece of protective paper.)
Might seem like too much work, but replacing an order of polyester shirts would be really expensive, so I take the extra time and charge the customer accordingly.