primary dip

primary dip

[′prī‚mer·ē ′dip]
(geology)
The slight dip assumed by a bedded deposit at its moment of deposition. Also known as depositional dip; initial dip; original dip.
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Improper Shell Construction - After the primary dips and stucco is applied, the next dip is a more viscous one containing a coarser stucco.
Primary dips provide the refractory coating necessary to resist metal/mold reaction.