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Aktuelle Version vom 17. November 2017, 08:42 Uhr

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Next, you expose the undercuts in the blockout wax to define where you want to add retention elements, such as clasps. The cursor changes to a ball-brush, where you can adjust the size of the ball with + or - keyboard shortcuts. To remove undercut, left-click anywhere on the blockout wax to remove ("Smudge"), which will expose the color depth information from Survey. Don't worry about exposing too much undercut, you can do fine adjustments of the retention level in the Clasps later. Keep the cursor moving in small circles or a zig-zag motion during Smudging and Smoothing operations for maximum effectiveness.

Basic Remove (Smudge) Blockout


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You can adjust the Tool Size [1]. or the Wax Hardness [2] sliders to control area and sensitivity at which material is removed.
The Area of Influence [3] and the length of time you apply the tool in one place determine affect how steep the edges of the exposed undercut areas will be (i.e. greater Area of Influence = smoother edges)
After exposing the undercut areas in the blockout wax, you can change to the Smooth [4] the edges of the remaining blockout wax. The dynabar changes to:

Basic Smooth Blockout


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Smooth uses the same Tool Size [1] slider as Smudge.
There are 3 types or Smooth: Normal [5], Add [6] and Remove [7], which determine if the smoothing operation preserves, removes, or adds to the blockout wax.
The Smooth Level [8] adjusts the strength of the smoothing operation within the tool area. Click Smudge [9] to change modes back to Smudge (remove/add) blockout wax.


Additional Relief Wax



Stone models can have sharp edges, and digital 3D scanners introduce rounded edges to those digital models. The result is that some partials may not seat properly (i.e. hang up) on the sharp physical edges in the model underneath the partial. If this occurs, it isadvised to do some manual relief by adding a small amount of blockout wax, to the sharp edges of the model. This can occur at the edge of a rest seat, in the inter-proximal underneath minor connectors, and at the internal edge of a bead line. To add manual relief wax, paint a light blockout layer using "Smooth" in "Add" mode at moderate Smooth Level.

Expert Mode

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When you enter the tool from expert mode for smooth or smudge, 2 additional check boxes are available. When this Fill Removed Blockout with Wax [10] is checked, the blockout you remove is replaced with beige partial wax. Toggling Show Wax [11] will toggle the view of partial wax, so you can see what's happening to the blockout wax underneath. This allows you (in expert mode) to post-modify blockout wax AFTER you have applied beige partial Wax which is useful to correct blockout errors late in the design process.


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