A film is considered to be dry-through when no loosening, detachment, wrinkling, or other
distortion of the film occurs when the thumb is borne downward while simultaneously turning the
thumb through an angle of 90° in the plane of the film. The arm of the operator is kept in a
straight line from the wrist to the shoulder and maximum pressure is exerted by the arm.

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