- a disk fastened to the spindle of a lathe that holds in place work to be turned
- a protective cover, as over a light switch, journal box, etc.
- A plate covering the front of an electrical device, as of a cell phone, audio receiver, or light switch.
- A disk attached to the mandrel of a lathe to hold the work to be turned.
- A protective plate covering the human face, as of a welder or diver.
- A removable protective shield separating the inner workings of a machine from operator and observer.
- A rigid flat surface that has an active role in the interaction of a device with an operator or user.
- It is different than replacing the cell phone faceplate, as the faceplate is the actual covering on the phone itself that protects the precious innards, so to speak.
- The T-Mobile Dash faceplate selection is incredible, but if you still don't see what you want you may consider making your own skin for your phone.
- If you have a hard time removing faceplates when you're ready to switch up your look, you can pick up a faceplate removal pry tool for $4.95.
- Unlike other cell phone accessories that may work with different models, a faceplate is specifically designed for each type of phone.
- The Flip-Up Helmet offers a minimal chin guard and also has a faceplate that can be flipped up or down.