working face

work face, face side, working face

In carpentry, the first surface to be planed smooth; the surface from which the others are measured or trued.
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Bradley looked at the fire, with a working face, and was silent for a while.
The DustBoss DB-100 is engineered specifically to deliver the power to reach the working face of an open cast mine or large quarry.
Three trials were conducted when the wheel's buckets did not bear the working face i.
The working face is self-cleaning, and excess fluids drain back into the tank.
In my new job, I will be working face to face with my clients and this is one of the things that attracted me to Market Link.
Smith vehicles were used for years to transport the miners from the shaft to the working face.
It's definitely more environmentally beneficial, There's one working face, one set of equipment instead of duplicate equipment and duplicate operations,'' said Dave Edwards, BFI project manager.
Operators would be expected to keep a minimum distance of 500 metres between communities and a site boundary and at least 500 metres between a community and the working face.
You're not the first and you won't be the last to be hurt by someone too scared to tell you things weren't working face to face.
In an effort to help minimize the nobake sand weight issues, it was determined that only the cope or working face of the casting needed to be nobake.
After this we will tour the site in a Land-Rover, including going down to the working face so that everyone can see what actually happens.
A properly working face recognition system supposedly can match a person standing in front of a camera with a record from a database including tens of millions of faceprints.