Anyway to give more detail...
Servos removed, Assorted electrical and air unpluged.
Trip 1 Coolant catch pan removed and taken home
Trip 2 Spindle was removed from the turret by cherry picker, Loaded in to car with cherry picker and taken home
Trip 3 Table and knee holder removed in one piece.
Trip 4 Turret removed and cherry picker loaded into car and taken home
Trip 5 Main base separated from cabinets, cherry picker loaded back into car and taken home.
trip 6 Lowered cabinets off shims with cherry picker and return cherry picker to home
trip 7 Cleaned cabinets up a bit bubble wrapped the display shrunk wrapped the different wires and air out of the way (marked them with blue painters tape labels). loaded the cabinets in through side door of mini van (so the cabinets are resting on the front of the servo drive cabinet (only way it would fit.)) wheeled to side of car on refridgerator dolly then set on crate and pulled in through door with come alont attached to pole on out side of car (dual slide doors are great.)
Turned the cabinets to sit long ways with the display faceing the rear, Reinstall seats and car seats put kids back into car and head home.
cabinets pulled back out of van with wench on tractor.. and onto refridgerator dolly.
So in theory I could have removed the thing from where it was rather then having the rigger take it the 10 miles from the auction to my office. But had no idea if I could dissassemble it. So basicly it cost me a few 100 to have it moved in 1 piece to a location I could plug it in as it was to check everything out before taking appart. Probably worth it so I can be sure at least it worked before I moved it so I'm not chaseing problems that weren't or were there.
And that is about it
My work is only like 10 miles away
This would have been a LOT easier if I had a cherry picker at my office and at home..hehe
Wonder how many others have moved their bridge port by them selves...
As I get older I think I have to make a few new friends that can help me with crazy stuff like this..hehe