Faceplate

Circular plate held on the headstock spindle to which the workpiece is attached by screws.
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faceplate

[n] - a protective covering for the front of a machine or device (as a door lock or computer component)
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Faceplate

A rigid array of short fibres fused together to form the face of a cathode ray tube.
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Faceplate

A large circular plate with slots and holes for mounting the workpiece to be machined. It is attached to the headstock of a lathe. See also: Lathe.
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Faceplate

NATO codename for Ye-2A delta-wing jet fighter [SU]
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faceplate

noun a protective covering for the front of a machine or device (as a door lock or computer component)
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FACEPLATE

Protective cell phone covers protect your phone and also gives your cell phone a unique appearance, or fashion statement.
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Faceplate

Faceplate (face plate, face-plate) is a plastic or metal plate, cover, or bezel on the face (front) of a device or surface, such as: ...
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Faceplate

A large circular plate with slots and holes for mounting the workpiece to be machined. It is attache
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Faceplate

A large circular plate with slots and holes for mounting the workpiece to be machined. It is attache
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