I don't know, 3 week drying time cut to 2 days sounds like an improvement. Maybe it's just me....Waiting a couple days and then force dry kinda defeats the purpose of force drying
I was thinking of those who don't have enclosure to keep the rain and dew off of uncured paint,super curing using heat would sure be convenient.
I worked for a boat builder and we would wrap the finished product with shrinkwrap and use a lp flamethrower to shrink the wrap without burning it,I've seen these flamethrowers in the roofing dept at lowes, i think I'll try this if someone don't beat me to it!
Option 1: Paint a piece of scrap, heat it up, and report back. Make sure you use the same materials and process as you would use on the truck.
Option 2: Just go for it and paint the truck, heat it up, and report back.