n. the finished, removable plate which covers the front of some locks
A flat, round plate having a series of slots and mounted on the lathe spindle. Regular or irregular shaped parts are clamped to its surface for machining. This video shows a casting attached to a faceplate for a boring operation.
a front housing or casing on some models of phones that can be detached and replaced with coloured designs.
A strip of metal fixed to the outer edge of a mortice lock which fits flush with the door edge.
Generally a narrow stiffening plate fitted along the edge of web frames, stringers, etc. to form the flange of the member.
Trim plate that is the only part of a fitted mortice lock that is visible.
Plate or outer forend which is the only part of a fitted mortice lock that is visible.
The protective covering of the latch or lock system, located in the door.
A cover that fits around the pushbuttons of a phone. Many wireless phone models offer changeable, colored faceplates. Some can be changed by the user. Others must be changed at the place of purchase or an authorized service center.
Face plate holds the work to be turned on a lathe. The plate is then fastened to the lathe headstock, which is the part of the lathe that turns the work.
A plate fitted perpendicular to the web and fastened to the flanges at one edge of a frame, stiffener or girder to compensate for the continuous plating attached to the flanges at the other edge.
Trim piece found behind a single-control wall-mount faucet handle. Also known as a dial plate.
A cover that fits around the pushbuttons of a phone. Many mobile phone models offer changeable faceplates to allow users to customise their phone more fully.