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flask·ing

(flask'ing),
The process of investing the cast and a wax denture in a flask preparatory to molding the denture-base material into the form of the denture.

flasking

[flask′ing]
Etymology: L, vasculum, small vessel
1 the act of investing in a flask.
2 the process of investing the cast and a wax denture in a flask preparatory to molding the denture base material into the form of the denture.

flask·ing

(flask'ing)
The process of investing the cast and a wax denture in a flask preparatory to molding the denture-base material into the form of the denture.

flask·ing

(flask'ing)
Process of investing cast and a wax denture in a flask preparatory to molding the denture-base material into the form of the denture.

flasking,

n the act of investing a pattern in a flask. The process of investing the cast and a wax denture in a flask preparatory to molding the denture base material into the form of the denture.
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