All built and setup just need to get it working, the main spindle does not want to play ball. I guess its a setting. Its pretty complicated, layers of software to drive it. The spindle on my origional machine was 200W this is 800W and has 4 precision bearings rather than 2, has linear guide rails on all axis I'm hoping all this will produce a better finish.
I'm guessing after I get the spindle working there is still a couple of days work setting everthing else up. the table offsets all the jig positions, and then to alter the drawings for each panel to work quicker with the more power and precision of the machine. And Mrs Boggit can have the dining room table back, This in turn will lead to a reduced amount of nagging!