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Pattern

A technical chart formation used to make market predictions by following the price movements of securities.

Pattern

The graphical representation on a chart of a trend in security prices. Technical analysts identify patterns for a security and predict future price movements in part by matching current patterns with previous patterns.

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Cast was duplicated with Agar-Agar and wax pattern with a bracing arm on 13 and 25 was prepared over it (Figure 4).
In most patients with unilateral ear defects, when a CIT was used to make an ear, orientation of the wax pattern took at least 2 to 3 h due to increased distortion.
To achieve a wax pattern as high dimensional accuracy is important to accomplish an optimization of casting temperatures.
The key difference in the new method is that wax pattern is produced with an integral textured surface.
Because Biomet engineers must ship their patterns to an out-of-state foundry, they did not want to use wax patterns.
After extensive research and testing with the 3-D Printer, Sirona has announced plans to use 3D Systems' InVision([R]) DP 3-D Modeler to fabricate inCoris WAX patterns as part of Sirona's infiniDent service beginning in March 2008.
Wax patterns were fabricated as per the definitive values of temporaries, casting was done and the metal coping were tried in the patients mouth.
Results show that the accuracy of caps of CrCo-alloy, produced by SLS and by investment casting from DoD wax pattern, is comparable, the absolute deviation ranging from 0.
Alternating layers of slurry and stucco surround the wax pattern until a coating almost a half-inch thick builds up.
Wax pattern of the prepared abutments were made and casting was done with Ni-Cr alloy, trimmed, sandblasted, finished and polished.
This cast was again surveyed and wax pattern was made for fabrication of cast partial denture frame work (fig: 7).