Four technical partners will support the event - Haimer, Jemtech, Quickgrind and Renishaw. Haimer, the European market leader in toolholding technology, will be demonstrating its latest range of spindle tooling, shrinking and balancing machines. With the company's fully equipped demo van on site, Haimer will be able to offer targeted advice tailored to customers' specific needs and applications. As with any high performance machining, high quality metalcutting fluids are fundamental. Jemtech, the leading supplier of metalworking fluids, will be on hand to discuss solutions for any machining issues customers may have. Quickgrind, a leading manufacturer of precision, solid carbide rotary cutting tools is at the forefront of tool design and manufacture. With an international reputation for high speed cutting tools, the company will advise customers about increasing productivity and optimising metal removal rates and tool life. Renishaw will present its newly launched Sprint system, which brings high speed, high accuracy scanning to CNC machine tools, especially relevant to TTL's Adaptive Machining Technology. TTL managing director Rob Pope says: "We're all really excited about our High Performance Machining Technology days in November, and it's proving to be really popular with some high level industry players. So whether you're wishing to discover how Siemens NX CAM can streamline your manufacturing, witness VoluMill and its ultra-high performance roughing strategies or wish to understand more about TTL's Adaptive Machining solutions with a unique and novel machining demonstration, it will be an event not to be missed." With the popularity of the event increasing day by day, the company advises those interested to book a place today. Video shows TTL Adaptive Machining Technology