I purchased this panto recently to pull double duty as a manual mill and a quick way to copy broken parts. I help run a Maker space which is just a community workshop that people can become a member of to work on projects. I hope to group this with our 3d Printer and vacuum former to go from print, to prototype, to part, to product. I did happen to get a full set of English manuals with the machine, the technical bulletins, and parts lists. It came with a almost complete set of collets (Need the 3/8", though have some repeats) and replacement belts. I would like to know what the (german manual) formplattenhalter is? My machine is missing this and I fear I need it for rigid milling. I do have the table fastening block but do not have the ground spacer used to lock the head at zero (I can make one at work if someone is willing to give me the OAL). The seller also has a Deckel G1 L (with a ton of accessories) and a Gorton P2-2 that is well worn, shares accessories with the G1 and has a head spacer. Would these be worth picking up? I dont see a way to lock these machines for rigid milling, can it be done easily? Has anyone done a head swap on these with success? Also is there a drop in kit for the Deckel GK21 to have Z travel on the spindle for drilling holes besides moving the table up and down? Sorry for the million questions, New to panto"mills". I will post pictures here next week sometime. Thanks.