TFD

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TFDTime Frequency Domain
TFDTrue Flat Display
TFDTales from the Darkside
TFDThin Film Diode
TFDTranscription Factor Decoy (pharmacotherapy)
TFDTechnology for Development
TFDTokyo Fire Department (Japan)
TFDThe Flying Dutchman
TFDTask Force Dagger (gaming)
TFDTucson Fire Department
TFDThe Forests Dialogue
TFDTransformée de Fourier Discrète (French: Discrete Fourier Transform; mathematics)
TFDTourism for Development (France)
TFDThe Flying Dragons
TFDThin Film Deposition
TFDTheFreeDictionary.com (reference website)
TFDTemplates for Deletion (Wikipedia)
TFDThai Factory Development (industrial real estate company)
TFDThe First Drop
TFDTermination for Default
TFDTheater for Development
TFDToothpaste for Dinner (webcomic)
TFDTotal Focal Deviation
TFDThomas-Fermi-Dirac
TFDTools for Decision (defense industry; California)
TFDTransamerica Finance Corp. (stock symbol; formerly the symbol for Thrifty Drug Stores)
TFDThe Foreign Division (gaming clan)
TFDTemporary Flexible Downpipe (building construction)
TFDTest for Design
TFDTumor-Free Distance
TFDTransmit Frame Descriptor (data structure)
TFDTactical Fire Direction
TFDTotal Force Development
TFDTerrestrial Field Dissipation
TFDTiming Failure Detection
TFDTheater for the Deaf
TFDTransit-Focused Development
TFDTest Flow Diagram
TFDThe Fang Dynasty (gaming)
TFDTactical Fusion Division
TFDTechnological Fairy Dust (Internet slang)
TFDTürk Farmakoloji Derneði (Turkish Pharmacological Society)
TFDTelevision Feasibility Demonstration
TFDTerrain Following Display
TFDTotal Frequency Distortion
TFDTube Flood and Drain
TFDTest Fixture Diagram
TFDTakk for Den (Norwegian)
TFDTrainer Functional Description
TFDThin-Film Distillation
TFDTime-Frequency Digitizer
TFDTactical Fighter Direction
TFDTotal Frequency Deviation
TFDTuning Fork Density (fluid density measurement; Scientific Drilling International)
TFDTube Failure Display
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He further added HHV has been committed to serving the scientific and industrial community in optics and thin films with its five decades of expertise in engineering and thin film deposition process development.
Thin Film Deposition tool must meet the following requirements:
This is yet another initiative from HHV in this direction, using its 49 years of expertise in producing thin film deposition systems and exporting to developed countries for specific applications.
The single and multiple-layer, electrically conductive thin film depositions offer uniform adhesion on flexible substrates in a range of resistance and optical clarity.