I have recently started working at a local screen printing shop. Like every other screen printing shop in my state, this place only does plastisol inks. In order to give us an advantage over the competition, I am in the process of adding water-based inks to the repertoire of the shop. There is one hurdle in the shop though that I don't know how to overcome, and that is the dryer. It is an Odyssey Mercury dryer, not sure of the model number, but I really think it is the same thing as the current Workhorse Mercury dryer, I suppose Workhorse bought them out. On the dryer there is an adjustment for belt speed, but not dryer temp. From my understanding, to properly cure water-based ink, you need to keep it in the dryer for about 3 minutes. Without being able to adjust the dryer temp, slowing the belt to that speed would cause my shirts to scorch. Is there any possible way to properly cure water-based inks with this dryer? What if I send the shirts through two or three times?