hot-press

hot-press

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a machine for applying a combination of heat and pressure to give a smooth surface to paper, to express oil from it, etc
vb
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (tr) to subject (paper, cloth, etc) to heat and pressure to give it a smooth surface or extract oil

hot-press


Past participle: hot-pressed
Gerund: hot-pressing

Imperative
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Present
I hot-press
you hot-press
he/she/it hot-presses
we hot-press
you hot-press
they hot-press
Preterite
I hot-pressed
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we hot-pressed
you hot-pressed
they hot-pressed
Present Continuous
I am hot-pressing
you are hot-pressing
he/she/it is hot-pressing
we are hot-pressing
you are hot-pressing
they are hot-pressing
Present Perfect
I have hot-pressed
you have hot-pressed
he/she/it has hot-pressed
we have hot-pressed
you have hot-pressed
they have hot-pressed
Past Continuous
I was hot-pressing
you were hot-pressing
he/she/it was hot-pressing
we were hot-pressing
you were hot-pressing
they were hot-pressing
Past Perfect
I had hot-pressed
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we had hot-pressed
you had hot-pressed
they had hot-pressed
Future
I will hot-press
you will hot-press
he/she/it will hot-press
we will hot-press
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they will hot-press
Future Perfect
I will have hot-pressed
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he/she/it will have hot-pressed
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you will have hot-pressed
they will have hot-pressed
Future Continuous
I will be hot-pressing
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he/she/it will be hot-pressing
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you will be hot-pressing
they will be hot-pressing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hot-pressing
you have been hot-pressing
he/she/it has been hot-pressing
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you have been hot-pressing
they have been hot-pressing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hot-pressing
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he/she/it will have been hot-pressing
we will have been hot-pressing
you will have been hot-pressing
they will have been hot-pressing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hot-pressing
you had been hot-pressing
he/she/it had been hot-pressing
we had been hot-pressing
you had been hot-pressing
they had been hot-pressing
Conditional
I would hot-press
you would hot-press
he/she/it would hot-press
we would hot-press
you would hot-press
they would hot-press
Past Conditional
I would have hot-pressed
you would have hot-pressed
he/she/it would have hot-pressed
we would have hot-pressed
you would have hot-pressed
they would have hot-pressed
References in classic literature ?
The envelope contained a sheet of elegant, little, hot-pressed paper, well covered with a lady's fair, flowing hand; and Elizabeth saw her sister's countenance change as she read it, and saw her dwelling intently on some particular passages.
While painting the final image--for which I use watercolours, sable brushes and smooth hot-press and cold-press paper--I work with a mix of colours which are consistent with the specimen, and a range of techniques like tempera, to carefully describe the unique beauty of the specimen as well as its scientific botanical structure.
Hot-press juice production involves adding a pectolytic enzyme to break down naturally occurring pectins and uses paper pulp or rice hulls as press aids to facilitate extraction of juice.
Our previous work showed the tensile strength of the electrospun poly(vinylidene fluoride) (PVDF) membranes could be sharply increased by the continuous hot-press (10), but with out-of-order fibrous structure of the nonwoven, the hot-pressed membranes were still needed to improve in order to meet the demand of high quality filtrations or battery separators.
The researchers mixed the nonmetal materials with a few additives and pressed them with a hot-press former, creating a nonmetallic plate (NMP).
It can also be used for pultrusion, hot-press forming, winding, and braiding.
We study the crystalline features of the materials using hot-press experiments and DSC.
A new generation of vacuum presses from Merva Systems of Germany (with offices in Burlington, Ont.) is suitable for both cold-press and hot-press molding of low-pressure molding compounds (LPMC).
Two moisture gradients exist in a particleboard mat during the hot-press cycle: one of increasing MC from the hot surfaces to the core and another of decreasing MC from the middle of the mat to the edge (Strickler 1959).
In this study, a novel continuous hot-press post-treatment process was applied to the electrospun PVDF membranes to improve their mechanical properties.
Other possible applications include hot-press molding, RTM, and filament winding.
2000, Wang and Winistorfer 2000a, 2000b) used a radiation based in-situ density monitoring system mounted to a laboratory hot-press to measure density changes during the hot-pressing of OSB mats.