Such people are very valuable, especially if they are also competent to do interfacing of new devices.
No one should misconstrue this comparison, meant only to illustrate the constitutive nature of the experience of interfacing.
If the bottom of a coat sleeve is to be left open at the back or slashed, an interfacing of light weight canvas will be necessary.
The cost of interfacing depends greatly on the particular computer.
Direct data channels can be valuable for interfacing to magnetic disks, drums, and tapes.
interface in·ter·face (ĭn'tər-fās')
A surface forming a common boundary between adjacent regions or bodies.