Like a stencil, a template is made of sturdy plastic and has shapes cut into it that you may trace onto your paper.
A device used to check the body shape and size to ensure compliance with the rules. The template closely resembles the shape of the factory version of the car.
A strip of metal used by inspectors to check the body shape and size for compliance with the rules.
A shape cut from cardboard or paper and used to mark specific outlines on fabric.
A sheet, usually of soft or hard plastic, with cut-out shapes that you can use to trace or cut identical shapes from paper or other materials.
A relatively thin metal plate cut in the shape of the contour or outline of the surface to be machined or engraved.
Used to assure proper color registration or a centered image during the printing process. A clean sheet of paper or plastic on bed of etching press is marked with correct positions for the plate and paper.
1) Another word for outline (see outline). 2) A wooden sheet cut into an imaginary surfboard curve, used by a shaper or designer to draw outlines onto a blank prior to shaping.
A precisely measured, reusable model, often of paper or cardboard, which is used to size the individual pieces of cloth when they are cut for patchwork or to mark designs for quilting on a finished quilt top.
a template is a device that allows a shape to be drawn accurately and repeatedly onto a sheet of materials e.g. paper, card, fabric. It can be a thin sheet of plastic in the shape of the shape to be transferred, in which case a pencil is held against the outside edge and follows the edge around the shape thus drawing the shape on the sheet of material beneath. Or it can be a thin sheet of plastic in which there is a hole in the shape of the shape to be transferred. In this case the pencil is held against the inside edge and follows the edge around the shape thus drawing the shape on the sheet of material beneath. Children find it easier to use the â€˜holeâ€(tm) template.
Plastic or card sheet with punched out shapes that can be used to crop photos and photo mounting paper into shapes. Some templates are suitable for drawing outlines or journalling lines.
A long narrow aluminum device used to check racecar body shape and size. The template is placed over the top of the car from front to rear to insure that it meets the NASCAR specifications associated with that particular make of car.
For some specialty shapes, it is necessary to send a template of the window. A template is made by placing white wrapping paper over the opening and outlining the window with a pencil.
Shape, cut out of tracing paper, paper, or thin card corresponding to the exact size of a piece of glass required
A template is a device used by NASCAR and other sanctioning bodies to check the body shape and height of racing vehicles. The template is used to check that teams have manufactured the sheet metal used in the vehicle bodies to within tight tolerances. Different templates have different tolerances (from 0.07 to 0.5 inches).