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deflex

(dɪˈflɛks)
adj
1. another word for deflexed
2. (of the grip of an archery bow) having the theoretical pivot point further from the archer's body than the theoretical pivot point of the limbs of the bow
vb (intr)
formal to bend backwards or turn downwards
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In this study, pink, transparent polyamide resin (Deflex, Nuxen SRL, Buenos Aires, Argentina) and a conventional dental Co-Cr alloy (Co 64%; Cr 28%; Mo 5%; Dentorium, New York, NY, USA) were evaluated (Table 1).
and Quebec-based advanced composites manufacturing company Deflex Composite have opened offices in New Hampshire, and there are a few Canadian firms in the process, Sununu told NH Business Review, noting his administration expected the effort to be a six-month to three-year process.
Reflex risers are generally considered to be faster, while deflex risers are thought to be more stable.
D&S Plastics International's reformulated bumper materials, Deflex 810-1 and 880-1, and Deflex D-161B TPOs and Sequel 1440, offer higher tensile and cohesive strength and increase the paint/material bond, according to Bob Gerlach, vice president, Sales and Marketing.
deflex was also containing rich phenolics and effective in the reducing power test but not so effective in the DPPH system.
This places the pivot point of the limb behind the deepest part of the grip and is, by definition, a deflex geometry riser.
By placing the pivot point of the limb behind the throat of the grip, the CPT features the stabilizing characteristics found in deflex geometry risers.
CPT equipped bows are designed to reap the benefits of both reflex and deflex geometry risers.
When it comes to riser configurations, there are three basic types: reflex, deflex and straight.
Bowtech's goal for the Center Pivot design was to create a cross between a reflex and deflex configuration riser.