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un·der·cut

(ŭn'dĕr-kŭt),
1. That portion of a tooth that lies between the survey line (height of contour) and the gingivae.
2. The contour of a cross-section of a residual ridge or dental arch that would prevent the insertion of a denture.
3. The contour of a flasking stone that interlocks in such a way as to prevent the separation of the parts.

un·der·cut

(ŭn'dĕr-kŭt)
1. That portion of a tooth that lies between the survey line (height of contour) and the gingivae.
2. The contour of a cross-section of a residual ridge or dental arch that would prevent the insertion of a denture.
3. The contour of a flasking stone that interlocks in such a way as to prevent the separation of the parts.

un·der·cut

(ŭn'dĕr-kŭt)
1. That portion of a tooth that lies between survey line (height of contour) and gingivae.
2. Contour of a cross-section of a residual ridge or dental arch that would prevent insertion of a denture.
3. Contour of a flasking stone that interlocks in such a way as to prevent separation of parts.
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There's no law that says you can only have a single undercut on the sprue puller.
An undercut is any indentation or protrusion that prohibits an ejection of a part from a one-piece mold.
This study also suggests that if one is faced with deep sulci and undercuts in the clinical scenario, the choice of alginate impression materials from amongst the modern products tested herein is Cavex CA 37(r).
Predominantly, adhesive failure behavior by the release of the form fit from the undercuts could be observed, Figure 11.
The main reason was to assess the joint quality regarding the presence of the undercuts.
The 3.5 X 6-inch tray is fabricated with 11 undercuts of different heights and angles, which would normally prevent its removal from the tool.
Jay Garner, and his small staff, had already been ruled failures, undercut by Ahmad Chalabi and his dreams of taking over Iraq.
Models of the component cover and ejector dies and undercuts are automatically generated based upon the component model and user-specified candidate parting direction and parting surface information.
In our experiment, we implement the fixed dollar amount alternative because the Undercut strategy can also be interpreted as a static best response if a seller undercuts the lowest price last period by the smallest unit of account, unless the sale at that price leads to a lower expected profit than choosing the monopoly price.
This leads to massive overproduction, and undercuts the price of third world produce and the livelihoods of poor farmers.
It even undercuts the Ford Ka, which is pounds 355 dearer in its most basic form.
It even undercuts the Ford Ka, which is pounds 355dearer in its most basic form while the cheapest Fiesta is almost pounds 2,000 more expensive.