The development of micro-products in industry, like aviation, medical equipment, electronics, etc, has been increasing lately. The need for scaling down of product has been increasing to make the product simpler and complex. Micro-milling has capabilities in producing complex parts. In this study, mapping and comparing the result of the machining process of Inconel 718 and Aluminum Alloy 1100 was employed. In this experiment, Inconel 718 was used as workpiece material and the result of Aluminum Alloy taken from recent studies. Then, A cutting tool with a diameter 1 mm carbide coating TiAlN was used in this experiment. The machining process was performed with three varieties of spindle speed and feed rate with a constant depth of cut. After the machining is done, the mapping of the result surface roughness of Inconel 718 and AA1100 performed. It was found that Inconel 718 has poor machinability compared with AA 1100. Inconel 718 also has a high manufacturing cost compared to AA 1100 because the cutting tool was easy to wear.