This tool sequentially applies clasps (and minor connectors) to one or more open curves. To use, select the clasp type  to , then click on the curve(s) associated with that particular clasp type. Once all the curves have been clicked, a gray preview will appear. Adjust the points on the curve, and the Settings... dialog to get the precise clasp contour you need. Then click "Apply" to convert the proposal to wax. You can save and recall specific clasp profiles using the editor, and recall them later.
Select Clasp Type and Profile
- Single Curve Clasp  used for ring and bracing clasps
- Dual Curve Clasp  used for Akers (opposing) clasps on the same tooth.
- Dual Curve "J" Clasp  used for single point approach arms. Click the approach arm curve first, then the single clasp segment
- Dual Curve "T" Clasp  used for dual-clasp approach arms. Click the approach arm curve first, then each of the 2 clasp segment
- Triple Curve "T" Clasp  click on the approach arm curve first, then on each clasp segment once
- Select from a list of clasp profiles  in the drop-down list. Once selected, a preview of the clasp will appear.
- Create or edit your own clasp profile in the Profile Editor 
- Flip  an existing clasp profile upside-down (i.e. mirror top to bottom along the midpoint of the clasp curve).
- Rotate  an existing clasp profile 180 degrees (i.e. inside and outside become reversed)
- Settings...  allows you to adjust the taper and offset of each clasp
- Apply  to accept the selection.
Adjust Clasp Position and Taper
Adjust the position of the clasp by left-clicking the edit points on the curve of the clasp. You can use the undercut color scale and the length of clasp in the undercut region to precisely set the amount of retention for that particular clasp.
The selected clasp profile is displayed in a menu with the settings: