More of a overview than review of the Central Machinery 20" Production drill press. #39955 and #61484. Luckily I got a 61484 as it has a MT4 spindle instead of MT3 on the 39955. Same as my lathe tailstock. It's good to have a friend to help lift the heavy pieces. The head is split to permit adjusting the quill. Cover does not have to be removed to do this, I just wanted to see what it looked like. I popped the arbor out and removed the belts. I did not get even .001" of movement through a full rotation by hand of the spindle. The provided arbor tir was .002" With the provided chuck installed the outside of the body measured .003" tir A 1/2" dowel chucked up ran out about .006" 1" down from the end of the chuck. Then I chucked up a length of 3/4" ground drill rod I zeroed out the indicator and plunged the quill it's full travel and read a little over .005" deviation front to back And again about .005 sided to side At full extension I zeroed the indicator and again rotated by hand. I measured .01" TIR at nearly 10" from the chuck. I forgot to check the table to spindle while I had the drill rod in and just grabbed a chunk of 5/8 1018 crs and a Starrett 6" square. Front to back: and side to side So that's the conclusion of the technical section. Next up, fit and finish.