My K40 has arrived. The box was in great shape, not a dent to be found. I took photos of it. Once it was moved into the shop, I opened the box and found it protected by 2.5inches of styrofoam on all sides. Under all that styrofoam, the machine was wrapped in plastic wrap. I removed it from the box and set it on the table. Upon removing the plastic, I found that the machine seemed to be without physical damage. I opened the cutting compartment to find the included bits (exhaust hose, manual, keys, usb, pump). There was an interlock on the cutting cabinet. I opened and closed the lid and discovered that it is not reliably tripped when the lid opens or closes (doesn’t quite make contact with sheet metal of case). The electronics cabinet was closed with an M3 screw. I removed that and found that the cabinet appeared to be in good order. I moved into the laser compartment which was also secured with an M3 screw. The tube appears to be intact and without issue. Unexpectedly, the control panel includes a key lock to enable turning on the unit (untested).
For an unknown reason, no power cord for the actual unit was included… Is that normal? I messaged the seller to ask. No problem, it is the same kind as I use for my desktop computer. I have not turned on the unit (since no power cord). Can I use my desktop computer one temporarily?
I have included photos below. Please let me know if you see any glaring issues, please.