The manufacture of parts of machinery, vehicles, equipment, etc., takes place in a multitude of ways. One of them is modelling by removal that we use at our facilities. It entails the production of fine elements from larger pieces of material, e. g. metal or synthetic material. The development of the material aims at the provision of specific properties, such as shape or dimensions, by way of removal of excess material. Such modelling is divided into more specific subgroups, with machining being one of such subgroups, the basis of our services. This particular mode of shaping material was distinguished from a larger group due to several characteristic properties. First of all, machining entails the removal of subsequent layers of excess material in specific forms, turning it into waste. Machining includes cutting (e. g. milling, turning or drilling) or grinding (polishing, smoothing, grating, etc.). These methods vary in terms of the tools that are responsible for shaping the material. The offered service spans a broad range of forming capabilities. This method allows the manufacture of various products, components and pieces to varying degrees of precision. Excess material can be removed with medium-grade precision in case of the first layers, as well as very precisely, in particular during the last phases, when doing so-called finishing work. The service we provide allows us the manufacture of parts by forming of the surface using the point, shape or envelope method. The method is sufficiently universal to be usable using various levels of mechanisation. Manual forming is sufficient for some stages, with more complex, demanding modelling provided by conventional or CNC machines.