I don't know if Keith in TN has a machine like this, I do know he has a hand cutter, but, y'all having this machine is another plus for the Opel Community. Locksmiths are quickly becoming a thing of the past, with residents going to key pads, video cams and phone apps, same with commercial. Automotive wise, there's do it yourself kiosks, and even going to the point of having to go back to the dealership, case in point, my 2006 Nissan Altima, wanted to get a fob and key for my Son to be able to use the car, fob is an Ebay $10 item mostly, programming is a few minutes on YouTube, but, the key is a $43 item at the dealer, why?, because it has a chip in it that ONLY the dealer can program to the car, cost... $130....and unfortunately a lot of car manufacturers are going to this, so, having a machine like this, along with the can of keys, and an code cutter is VERY important.You should've seen the wiring it came with. I think that was the first thing I replaced, using a computer PSU cord I think. And the mechanism wouldn't slide at all.
I gave it the "make it barely minimally functional" restoration and said "I'll do more next time I need a key cut".
The thing is, most places, key cutting is free with the purchase of a blank. So the only circumstances it would be of use to anyone is someone who may regularly cut non-standard keys. And in a box it sat for 7 years. Took me 2 hours of opening old garage sale "I'll fix this up later" boxes until I found it.
Keith figured out the adjustments, got it working, and figured out a methodology for referencing two-sided keys (it's not really meant for that and Opel keys don't really seem to be easily indexible), so I said "Great, it belongs to you now."