Transfer for automatic application

Stock material or miscellaneous articles – Structurally defined web or sheet – Discontinuous or differential coating – impregnation or bond

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428204, 428352, 156230, B32B 300, B32B 700

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050699547

ABSTRACT:
A transfer for use with automatic offset application equipment comprises a backing paper, release layer, design layer and covercoat layer, in which the covercoat layer is formed from a heat-activatable adhesive and extends over an area greater than that of the design layer. Preferably the design layer also has heat-activatable adhesive properties. Such transfers are especially for use with enamel printing inks for the decoration of ceramic ware. In use, a heated platen is used to melt the release layer and a heated pressure pad is brought into contact with the transfer to activate the adhesive and effect the transferring operation.

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