Machine balancing is an estimating instrument utilized for adjusting turning machine parts, for example, rotors for electric engines, fans, turbines, plate brakes, circle drives, propellers and siphons. The machine balancing typically comprises of two unbending platforms, with suspension and direction on top supporting a mounting stage. The unit under test is dashed to the stage and is turned either with a belt-, air-, or end-drive. As the part is turned, the vibration in the suspension is identified with sensors and that data is utilized to decide how much unbalance in the part. Alongside stage data, the machine can decide how much and where to add or eliminate loads to adjust the part.