The machine is a typical generic Bridgeport copy.
Control is identical to the one used on Dyna's full size vertical machining centers. If you could add an encoder and precise speed control to the spindle, the machine would be able to rigid tap just like the big machines.
Control is PC based running MS-DOS 6.xx with an IDE hard drive. Going from memory, the rapids are 300ipm and max cutting feed is 200ipm. Axis servos use belts and timing pulleys at either 3:1 or 4:1 ratio. Standard R8 spindle with a power draw bar. Travels are X31" and Y16". Can be used as a manual mill with fancy DRO by pressing a single button on the control panel.
Uses standard G/M codes with some conversational codes built in. 3.5" floppy drive and RS232 port.