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Version vom 17. November 2017, 07:39 Uhr

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In this step, we draw the lingual bar for the lower partial.


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  • Select from a list of bar profiles [1] in the drop-down list. Once selected, a preview of the bar will appear.
  • Create or edit your own bar profile in the Profile Editor [2]
  • Flip [3] an existing bar profile upside-down. This will only have an effect for non-symmetrical bar profiles.
  • Rotate [4] an existing bar profile 180 degrees
  • Create Endcaps [5] create rounded corners for your lingual bar to blend into adjoining parts of the partial.
  • Settings... [6] allows you to adjust the sizing and features of the bar numerically
  • Profile Orientation [7] select if the profile is applies oriented towards the Refractory (default) or to the Curve Tangent
  • Apply[8] Commits the current bar preview to wax.



Settings


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Size

Defines basic Thickness [1] and Width [2] of the Bar. Fixed Aspect [3] fixes the thickness and width to be identical. Actual Size [4] reverts any changes to the finish line back to the default profile settings.

Taper Ends

Width1 [5] and Width2 [6] control the length of taper on each end of the bar by defining the ending width. You can turn off tapering on either end by un-checking the box. Use Swap Ends [7] to reverse the end of the ends that each taper value refers to.

Offset Above Surface

Allows the Thickness [8] to be increased for offsetting the bar some distance above the refractory model

Depth Below Surface

Allows the Thickness [9] below the bar surface to be extended, and should be adjusted so the bottom of the finish line smoothly intersects any connected wax areas.