Metal disk that is attached to large stock to be turned on a lathe. The faceplate is threaded so it can be attached to the lathe. Faceplates are most often used for turning large bowls.
This is the round part of the phone that the Mouthpiece screws into. The Transmitter itself is located behind the Faceplate.
Faceplates come in 4 and 8 inch diameters. These are mounted to the headstock spindle of a wood lathe and can be screwed to a block for turning. They are often used to create bowls and other circular objects.
A metal disc which threads onto the spindle. It has a pattern of screw holes for screwing the wood to the face side for turning. Hence "faceplate work"
A metal plate with a flat face that is mounted on the lathe spindle to hold irregularly shaped work.