Yes, but it will take twice as long. The water in the inks must be evaporated for a flash or full-cure. The moisture laden air absorbs the IR energy and this slows down the ink drying. The solution is to have a combination IR and convective air heater unit. Consider an AIR FLASH heater.
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- How Long Does It Take For My Dryer To Heat Up?
- How Can I Avoid Over-heating My Shirt Board/Platen?
- What If I Scorch A Garment After Flashing Or Curing?
- Can I Use An Infrared Heater To Flash Water-Based Inks?
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- How Close Should An Infrared Panel Heater Be To The Shirt Board (aka platen)?
- What Is The Difference Between An Infrared Heater And A Quartz Heater?
- What Is The Purpose Of Flashing Screen Printed T-shirts?