In this BSc. thesis the optimization of the manufacturing process of an artistic wooden product with a 3-axis CNC machine is carried out. The 3D model was first made in ArtCAM, as was the STL data that was later uploaded to SolidWorks. The parameters for the HSR and HSM processing were altered in SolidCAM. The findings show that a group of HSR and HSM operations are the best choice, considering the shape of the model and the capabilities of the machine, as the best ratio between the quality of the surface and the time needed for the operation is provided by these. Operations differ with regard to the tool path and parameters that can be adjusted. The operations were compared and the best results are achieved when the HSR operations “Contour Roughing” and then “Rest Roughing” are used and when the HSM operation “3D Constant Step Over” is used. The G code was made for our program.