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Laser Heat Gun, Patience, Trial and Error.
Dear HF
That is a good quality dryer albeit small which means heat on full heat panel approximately 3” off the garment, this is for quality plastisol inks. For water base or other inks you will need additional airflow to remove water or solvent and properly cure the ink. I found that I could do realistically 50-60 cotton T-shirts per hour which means each shirt is under I/R heater for about a minute. If you have a laser temperature gun you shout see exit temperature of approximately 310 degrees Fahrenheit when measuring the ink temperature immediately upon exit from heater panel.
Hope this helps do stretch test and throw 1 shirt in the wash to make sure your workflow technique is $pot on. Good luck!
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