Mirror plate

A flat glass mirror without a frame
Flat glass used for making mirrors.

See also: Mirror, Mirror

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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If you find a great antique frame, Harris recommends an aged mirror plate to complete the look.
The mirror plate and the actuator are fabricated separately and bonded together afterwards.
PG&O's off-the-shelf thin films include ultraviolet (UV), infrared (IR), anti-reflective (AR), BBAR, cold mirror plate, hot mirrors, aluminized mirror, plate beamsplitters, indium tin oxide (ITO), maximum reflectors (Max Rs), and more.
Analytic squeeze film air damping models for a rectangular torsion mirror plate have been developed by Pan et al.
For the practical investigations of the cooling behavior, in each case inserts for a D2 shrinkage plate (ISO 2943), a flow spiral, and a mirror plate were manufactured from 1.2343 as well as the FeCoNi alloy for an existing test specimen tool.
Among them are likely to be all kinds of examples of English mirrors including the convex Regency circular type often with a stag on top and a gilt ball and chain dangling over the mirror plate.
Begin by cutting a disk of plywood approximately the same diameter as your primary mirror--this will be the mirror plate. I find that 1/2-inch-thick plywood works well for mirrors 6 inches and smaller, while 3/4 inch is about right for larger mirrors.
An alternative, which keeps the kids happy, is a chocolate fondue on a mirror plate with marshmallows for toasting and coconut dips.
The mirrors were cut into two or three pieces because large plates were not available, and mirror plate was so expensive that framers used every plate of mirror.
They normally carry a stag on top of the frame with a gold leaf ball and chain dangling over the mirror plate.
All work must be fitted with mirror plates before entry - further details on this are provided later."