inside face

inside face

[′in‚sīd ¦fās]
(design engineering)
That part of the bit crown nearest to or parallel with the inside wall of an annular or coring bit.
References in classic literature ?
The only opening into the inclosure was through a small aperture three feet wide and three feet high, which was closed from the inside by logs about six feet long laid horizontally, one upon another, between the inside face of the palisade and two other braced logs which paralleled the face of the wall upon the inside.
An eccentric disk upon the inside face of the door engaged a slot in the frame when it was desired to secure the door against intruders.
Rigid insulation is, in itself, a vapor retarder on the inside face of the new walls where it belongs.
The only addition to Figure 7 in the over 10 years since I first drew it for the Katrina rebuild is the addition of a vapor open coating on the inside face of the concrete block to facilitate the wash, rinse and dry cycle.
Oleophobic technology applied to the inside face repels fingerprints, sunscreen and skin oils.
The Phantom offers a full-body shield that completely shrouds the inside face of the pistol and provides minimal interference with our efforts to establish a full firing grip.
The aim of this research was to identify and analyze the comparison of lichen morphology, frequency and trees bark pH inside FACE Station and Control Station.
On a bright weekday morning, there is nothing to indicate the struggles the children inside face daily.
All of the carpentry and joinery has been burnt and has collapsed, leaving the masonry of the inside face of the external walls exposed.