underplate

underplate

[′ən·dər‚plāt]
(design engineering)
An unfinished plate which forms part of an armored front for a mortise lock, and which is fastened to the case.
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Pambid also sets off the uniformity of the table setting by using a patterned charger instead of a placemat, and a heavily bordered underplate and a different bread plate.
Phosphor bronze contacts standard with 30 [micro]-in selective gold plating over 50 [micro]-in nickel underplate.
From the top As oceanic lithosphere converges, layers stack like a deck of cards to underplate the craton.
062" thick mountable PCBs, Components Corporation's TP-104, TP-105, and TP-106 Series of color-coded test points are made of phosphor #510 alloy and 100 percent matte tin over nickel underplate with a 15 percent glass-filled polyester collar.
The membranes permit patient samples and wash fluids to interact with the underplate probes through the creation of a continuous or semicontinuous flow system that eliminates diffusion constraints and hence the need for shaking.
32 Ga 24a Magdalen (Maritimes) INTRUSIONS: magmatic underplate Basin underlying entire Magdalen (Maritimes) (0.
The deposits were plated on a laboratory scale using a mini barrel, with a 5 mm coating over the basic brass material, with and without an underplate (1-2 [micro]m nickel sulfamate or 1-2 mm bright acid copper) After plating, a proportion of the samples from each combination was annealed at 150[degrees]C for one hour.
White crockery is very in and if you want to up the style factor, add a contrasting black underplate.
And this soup, in a fancy bowl on an underplate with doily, would cost at least $6 in a posh uptown restaurant.
Cold plating on the leads, base and ceramic is 50 microinches minimum with a 100 to 350 microinch nickel underplate.