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M&R Fusion 36/6 for Water Based and Discharge?

 
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Old September 4th, 2018 Sep 4, 2018 10:13:48 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Question M&R Fusion 36/6 for Water Based and Discharge?

Hey everyone- I'm looking at a used M&R Fusion dryer. 36" belt width, which is plenty for my single 6/6 manual press. 6 feet of heat, with 4 heat panels (some have only 3). The dryer also comes with a belt extension, not that it makes much of a difference for this.

Any experience running these with WB or discharge? We run all plastisol right now, but hope to start moving towards water based in the next 6 months.

Is this dryer going to be too short, without any forced air?

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