High-speed machining has become mainstream in machining manufacturing industry. In industries such as moldmaking and aerospace, it has become the norm rather the exception. The centrifugal force increases as the square of the speed. At rotational spindle speeds of 6,000 r/min and higher however, centrifugal force from unbalance becomes a damaging factor and it reduces the life of the spindle and the tool, as well as diminishes the quality of the finished product. Under high rotational speed, good balance becomes issue. High-speed machining experimental results shown that a well-balanced tool/toolholder assembly could obviously improve machining quality, extend tool life and shorten downtime for spindle system maintenance etc.