Yes, but this method requires from 45 to 55 seconds to accomplish a full cure of about 320 degrees F, and will reduce your output as you wait for the infrared panel heater to cure the impression. It is more efficient to use a conveyor oven where you pull the garment with the final impression off of the shirt board, set it on the conveyor belt, and return to the printing press to decorate the next garment. The first garment is being cured while you do the next one. Production can easily double with a conveyor oven.
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