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fdm

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) frequency-division multiplex. See multiplex
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For over 10 years, the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde holds Sinulid, its culminating activity for senior students of the school's Fashion Design and Merchandising (FDM) program.
The students were mentored by industry experts led by Lulu Tan Gan and FDM chair Christine Benet.
FDM has declared an interim dividend of 16.0 pence per share, a 10% hike from the 14.5p per share year-on-year.
This year's student-artists were mentored by the program's roster of industry experts led by its senior industry fellow Lulu Tan Gan, dubbed as an expert at merging old-world sophistication of Philippine artisan craft with contemporary design, alongside FDM chairperson Christine Benet.
FDM, as one of the most commonly used 3D printing technology, still exposes some deficiencies such as poor mechanical properties and surface quality of its products compared with that of injection molding [9, 11, 12].
In order to compare these results with the results of the FDM, DQM, and HWM, the frequency parameter was converted into the non-dimensional form using the following formula:
All samples were printed on FDM printer based on Prusa i3.
But there's room in the competitive industry for regular FDM 3D printing too, whether for prototyping, small cabin parts, or other applications.
Video monitor shrouds that are 3D printed using the SLS technique can weigh between 9 and 13 per cent lighter than components manufactured traditionally or through the FDM technique.
As technology progress machines became affordable for common people, especially the machines with Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) technique.