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MDF

medium-density fibreboard: a wood-substitute material used in interior decoration

MDF

MDF

(1) (Main Distribution Frame) A wiring rack that connects outside lines with internal lines. It is used to connect public or private lines coming into the building to internal networks. In a telco central office (CO), the MDF is generally in close proximity to the telephone switch. See IDF, CDF and wiring rack.

(2) (Multiple Domain Facility) Hardware and microcode supplied by Amdahl that allows the running of multiple system images on a single processor complex. MDF was the first such implementation that did not depend on software such as VM/370 or VM/ESA.
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A group of local MDF's manufacturers of KPK are lobbying against the commercial MDF importers of Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia for higher customs tariff, and customs duty during the upcoming budget.
Our degreasing and high precision cleaning services at MDF now handle a wide range of components including castings, stamped parts and press work," continues Chris Arrowsmith, "alongside a deburring capability that can accommodate an extensive number of component sizes and materials.
MDF is the main database format for Microsoft SQL Server, so DataNumen SQL Recovery supports all versions and types of this format, including SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2008 R2 and 2012 MDF formats.
The MDF BV II 10x42 binocular features German-engineered precision optics with M* multi-coatings, full aluminum housing and protective rubber armoring.
This waste is the main substrate for the production of MDF and particleboards in Upper Egypt.
The dates for selling manufactured goods made from particleboard and MDF are July 1, 2012; July 1, 2013, is the effective date for thin MDF.
The company's new umbrella brand of powder coatings for heat-sensitive substrates such as MDF is especially created for designers and furniture makers.
The technology is expected to have great commercial potential as MDF is very hardwearing and can be used for flooring or other applications where cost is an issue but where looks are important too.
MDF is a tan material commonly sold at home building stores in 4-by 8-foot sheets.
MDF includes fabrication of the fuel pellets (Laboratory J), fuel rods (Laboratory G), fuel rod inspection (Laboratory K), and fuel assembly (Laboratory L).
The straw and resin compounds we've tested have been around 20 percent lighter than conventional wood and they're priced competitively with MDF.
All you need is some 6mm and 17mm MDF, a length of white pine timber, laminate safety glass, a couple of battery-operated strip lights and a bag of decorative pebbles.