Leading on from Darth Pixel's photographically informative answer to Why does the painters tape have to be blue?, which showed close up the plastic fibers of cheaper versions of painters tape... as Darth Pixel himself questions:
is such tape melted in any way in contact with extruded filament?
In other words, does such cheap, low quality, tape use fibres made from a plastic which has a melting point lower than that of PLA or ABS? If so, does this cause the tape to stick to the 3D print?
Obviously the higher quality (manila/paper) based tapes would not suffer from this potential melting issue.
Does anyone have real-world experience of this? Any photos showing melting would be great.