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faceplate

[′fās‚plāt]
(electronics)
The transparent or semitransparent glass front of a cathode-ray tube, through which the image is viewed or projected; the inner surface of the face is coated with fluorescent chemicals that emit light when hit by an electron beam. Also known as face.
(engineering)
A disk fixed perpendicularly to the spindle of a lathe and used for attachment of the workpiece.
A protective plate used to cover holes in machines or other devices.
In scuba or skin diving, a glass or plastic window positioned over the face to provide an air space between the diver's eyes and the water.

Faceplate

 

a device used in lathes, boring machine tools, and other metal-cutting machines for holding the blank or the cutting tool so that the blank or tool can be rotated. Faceplates are generally used for fastening blanks that have either irregular shapes or large diameters but are of moderate length. The blanks are attached by clamps, angles, cover plates, or bolts.

faceplate

Any protective plate, such as an escutcheon or the plate over a mortised lock.

faceplate

faceplate
The transparent front of a portion of the pressure helmet. It can be detachable or fixed.
factor of safety
i. A design factor used to provide for the possibility of loads greater than those assumed, and for uncertainties in design and fabrication. (ICAO). In aircraft design, the margin of strength against loads greater than the limit load—normally 1.5 to 1.7 times for most parts.
ii. The ratio of the breaking strength of a structure to the maximum load that it will ever be exposed to in normal usage. This is always greater than unity.
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The Max HDMI adapter extender cable fits into a single two-port opening on all Siemon Max series faceplates or modular furniture adapters and can be mounted alongside other types of Siemon Max or Z-Max outlets, it said.
To make a bowl, first you need a bowl blank to mount on the lathe using a faceplate. Getting the bowl blank could involve cutting down a tree and cutting it into pieces you can handle and moving them to your shop.
* A handle that sits nearly flush with the module faceplate when fully engaged, shielded by a raised area to protect against accidental operation or snagging of cables.
India, May 24 -- Lyndex-Nikken has introduced a large, heavy-duty rotary table series comprising five models, ranging from CNC802 with 800 mm faceplate capacity to CNC2000 with 2000 mm faceplate capacity.
External diameter of the mould, mm 1800 Height of the mould, mm 1200 Total load on the faceplate, kg up to 12 000 Nominal frequency of rotation, 1/min 1500 Frequency of rotation of the mould, 1/min 80-800 Power of the electric drive, kW 110 Weight of the casting, kg up to 3000 Weight of the centrifugal machine, kg 4950 The centrifugal equipment has the form of a frame welded from channels and secured to the base using anchoring bolts.
It contains WAV (waveform audio format) file audio feedback, a built-in microphone, an amplified speaker option, and a faceplate containing 12 programmable "hard key" pushbuttons.
Without the cap, sunlight gets in the biocular lens and is magnified and focused on the CRT faceplate. The resulting heat cracks the faceplate.
The W230 candybar design handset is available in interchangeable faceplate colour options (licorice/silver and titanium grey/mandarin).
Brush it gently over the latter with a dry paper-hanging brush and then draw lines from the corners of the faceplate to the centre with a pencil.
Spindle tapers and styles include: CAT or BT 40 and 50, HSK63, three-jaw chuck with a through hole, and a 150mm diameter faceplate. The tapers can be pneumatically opened and closed to allow for robotic or manual loading.