It's not 100% as it should be yet, but I'm fairly impressed with this - If you built somthing like that now, you would have a microprocessor or two. This is old tech. The only electricity is driving the air compressor. Rise, fall, stroke, return all adjustable. Vac table gate valve driven by an actuator to grip the work as the cycle starts and release it at the end. A switch on the control panel to enter setup mode (where things can be manually driven). Full X/y and rotational (mechanical) adjustment on the bed for micro alignment. Stroke length adjustable. Even the downward blade pressure is pneumatically adjustable. I think they're about 2 decades old. I dread to think what they would have cost back then. They're printing presses. For silk screen flat work. Neither the blades, nor the screen are fitted in the vid.