There were a number of people out there tonight: Tim, Adam, Jay, and someone's name I'm afraid I've forgot - but he helped a lot.
They got it rewired fro 460V 3 phase to 208V 3 phase. This machine has a number of safety interlocks and the magnetic brake stop it super fast and there's two ways to E-Stop it.
We actually took the top of the gear case/transmission used an acrylic cover so we could see how well the lubrication system was spraying the gears. The oil in it looked to be in excellent condition - nothing floating around, etc. Gears looked in good shape also. Shifted through ranges nice, threading gears worked fine.
The 110V coolant pump (not original equipment) will be wired in so it doesn't need a separate plug. Some odds and ends plus training materials need to be developed, but I think all of us agree this is going to make working on a lathe a whole new experience and capabilities.
These guys deserve a lot of credit and accolades!