Hot Peel

In screen printing via plastisol-based heat-transfer materials, the condition when the removal of the release paper is possible immediately after application without having to wait for paper cooling, in contrast to cold peel. Hot peel allows the transfer of much thinner ink films, since the release paper is in contact with the substrate for a shorter period of time. See also Heat Transfer Printing.

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