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Voxel arbitration extended

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Digital holography developer Voxel will have to wait another month for resolution of its dispute with former manufacturing partner General Scanning (SCAN 3/18/98). Due to an illness of one of the arbitration panel members, the panel has requested

Digital holography developer Voxel will have to wait another month for resolution of its dispute with former manufacturing partner General Scanning (SCAN 3/18/98). Due to an illness of one of the arbitration panel members, the panel has requested an extension until May 9. Both parties have agreed to the request for the extension. The arbitration process has resulted from a claim by Voxel that Watertown, MA-based General Scanning delivered Voxcam cameras behind schedule and below Voxel's expectations (SCAN 1/22/97).

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