Answers: I made the go together correct[past tense]
I am making the balance correct[doing present tense]
I am going to manufacture the balance correct[future tense]
Are you asking if "I also produce the balance correct." is a correct sentence? If so, nearby is nothing inherently incorrect grammatically, but it does not come across the best way of adage anything, and it is not clear what you are saying here. If you make available some context we can probably help you beside the real problem: writing, not language rules.
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