In order to realize a three-dimensional shape on CAD, the machining process has been widely used because it offers practical advantages such as precision and versatility. However, the traditional machining process needs a large amount of time in cutting a product and the remained material causes trouble such as inconvenience due to cleaning process. Therefore, a new rapid manufacturing process, Rapid Heat Ablation process (RHA) using the hot tool, has been developed. In this paper, the hot tool for RHA process is designed to minimize radius of heat affected zone. TRIZ well-known as creative problem solving method is applied to overcome the contradictive requirements of the hot tool. For the detailed design of the hot tool, numerical model is established with several assumptions. In order to verify the numerical results, surface temperature of the hot tool is measured with K-type thermocouple at the predetermined location. Numerical and experimental results show that the devised hot tool fulfils its requirements. The practicality and effectiveness of the designed hot tool have been verified through experiments.