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I am in a crunch and I finally got my drier wired in and ready to roll. I am getting ready to print a 3 color job (White, Blue, Black) on Gildan Daisy colored shirts.

Where should I set my height and speed to on the dryer to get it going and drying the shirts.

Is there a recommended setting for curing plastisol ink on light garments? Dark Garments?

Anyone have any experience/knowledge they can lay on me?

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The best thing to do to make sure your ink is fully cured is to get a temperature gun from Home Depot or Lowes. Start with a 3" height on the heater with the dryer on high at 24 seconds through the chamber. I like to get the ink to at least 350 so I will adjust my belt speed from there. White inks will take a little longer to sure than dark inks because they will reflect heat while dark ink will absorb it.
 
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