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backplate

[′bak‚plāt]
(building construction)
A plate, usually metal or wood, which serves as a backing for a structural member.

backplate

A plate, usually metal or wood, which serves as a backing for a structural member.
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The antenna backplate implementation of the reduced size waveguide approach is shown in Figure 9.
The line on the plug is at the 1 and 7 o'clock positions, which means the plug is not locked into the backplate. In that position, the backplate could come off during firing.
* Keep backplates free of oil, rust, and dirt or risk reducing magnetic force.
These custom backplates, to be snapped on to the rear of a Moto Z with the magnetic connector, are supposed to enhance particular aspects of the smartphone.
When you put the backplate back on, don't jam it on.
There is also a possible problem with the lock pins on the backplate handle when the trigger block is installed.
In the litigation between Kichler Lighting and Quorum Lighting over Kichler's asserted trademark rights to its Olde Brick finish and its racetrack backplate design, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently ruled that the U.S.
The entirely aluminium back of iPad Mini with Retina display makes it a little more slippery than the metallic backplate of LG G Pad 8.3.
Do not stand directly behind the gun while removing the backplate. The gun must be in single shot mode before removing the backplate.
The settlement does not involve the previously contested Olde Brick finish and racetrack backplate issues.
Cross out "Attempt to fire the gun by pushing up on rear of trigger bar." This is replaced by "Reinstall the backplate and attempt to fire by depressing the trigger.