Iyonix at BAUG November meetingBy Chris Williams. Published: 20th Nov 2002, 16:55:25 | Permalink | Printable
It's not everyday we run a usergroup announcement so you're in for a treatAn Iyonix machine will again be demonstrated at next week's BAUG (Bottisham Acorn User Group) meeting on the 26th of November. Come along and ask questions and see the machine in action. Bottisham is located a few miles outside Cambridge off the A14.
The focus of this particular meeting is nominally a PhotoDesk discussion by David McDowell, but there will plenty of oppurtunity to see Iyonix too.
Peter, we-know-what-we're-doing department
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