The machine was delivered, and set into place. It was approx 6000lbs and was quite difficult to move. The frame is all aluminum weldment and machined parts. But since it's a 5x10 capable machine, the frame is actually 8' x 14' roughly. Big pig.
When we purchased the machine, the control was considered DOA. We were able to negotiate the price down quite abit due to that fact so we had to approach Komatsu for new control software.
Komatsu was very helpful and provided us with a 30 day free trial of their latest and greatest "Rasor Server" DNC software with CAD/CAM & Nesting. It's a DNC serial server software that you setup the cut path's in their Pathmaster software (import your dxf), nest the parts as required then download them into the control board on the machine and hit go (yah I wish it was quite that simple).
The result (cutting a Chevy LS1 flange - 3/8" 30 IPM)
[nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wv-onSQFDc8"]YouTube - LS1 Flange on KCR-0951 Plasma[/nomedia]