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Broadband

A method of transmission that allows multiple media to be transferred over a single wire or line, at the same time, and very rapidly, at least several megabits per second. Colloquially, the term is often applied to any Internet connection other than a dial-up connection. Broadband (and Internet connections generally) have allowed global businesses to operate much more closely to real time.
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Table 2 shows the results of our FDM printing studies after the addition of 10% or 20% of a wide selection of minerals to PLA at two boundary temperatures of 180[degrees] and 220[degrees]C.
FDM is taking a lead and we hope many other companies will follow.
One aerospace supplier uses FDM to make thermoform molds for air ducts, engine cowlings, and antenna covers.
Andersen product-development personnel also use Stratasys' existing FDM technology, which has been upgraded with the new product introductions.
In line with the company's commitment to serving the aerospace industry, RedEye On Demand offers ULTEM 9085 FDM material for aircraft interiors, military components and other applications requiring a strong, lightweight thermoplastic with high heat and fire retardant properties.
FDM is recognised as a highly innovative and industry-leading global IT services provider offering a high-value, low-cost proposition to the world's business leaders, helping them achieve their IT goals.
Their new state of the art Chicago-land based facility was specifically designed to house the ever growing 17+ FDM Systems supporting over 13 different FDM materials such as: ABS-M30, M30i, ABS-ESD7, PC-ABS, PC-ISO, PC, ULTEM 9085, PPSF / PPSU, P400, and ABS F1.
FDM participates in many charitable activities in its office locations worldwide.
Fused Deposition Modeling is a trademark, and FDM and Stratasys are registered trademarks, of Stratasys, Inc.
8220;With SABIC's high-performance ULTEM resin and Stratasys' advanced FDM technology, we are creating exciting new designs that enable the cost-effective manufacture of small quantities of specialty parts.
Current prices for high-end RP machines are $180,000 to $500,000 for SLA, $270,000 to $325,000 for SLS, and $100,000 to $300,000 for FDM (fused deposition modeling).
FDM refers to the numerical analysis equations that are formed by expanding the partial differential equations using Taylor's Expansion Theorem.