In this diploma thesis the technology for the production of a wooden art product, a wooden book, was optimized. First, the book was modeled with SolidWorks software, and then using SolidCAM software G code was generated to control computer numerical controlled machines (CNC). In the programming different processing methods were compared. The product was first machined with rough milling and then with fine milling. In the rough milling all processing methods that the program provides were examined. It was found that all rough processing methods are not equally useful in our case, since machining times can vary greatly. Similarly, it was found out in the fine milling of the product that the milling times differ greatly for different milling technologies, considering the same final surface quality.