The experimental and theoretic examination of conventional manufacturing procedures continue to be a topic of modern research. It is assisted, to a great extent, by the spread and the possibility of the application of high level software and more accurate measuring equipment. The research results obtained by the use of new equipment can open new ways for further development of conventional manufacturing procedures and their more intensive, more productive application. In this paper, an experimental method is used for examination of the surface features (e.g. flatness, 2D and 3D surface roughness parameters) of face milled aluminium parts. The aim of experiments was to determine the effect of change of the technological parameters (feed rate and cutting speed) on flatness and surface roughness features in of face milling of aluminium parts.