Ultrasonic assisted machining uses vibrational cutting generally for finishing operations to improve surface properties of the workpiece, reduce cutting force and enhance tool life. On the other side, hot machining takes advantage of thermal softening of difficult-to-cut materials during operations. This process reduces cutting forces and increases tool life. As a hybrid manufacturing method, hot ultrasonic machining is a high-rank important process emerging in the last years. This method brings vibrational cutting and hot machining together to be benefited from both techniques. Within the scope of this study, a new manufacturing system was designed for this production technique which is not common in Turkey. With this new production method, materials such as superalloys and stainless steels, which are particularly hard to machine materials in the defense and aerospace sectors, can be manufactured both by increasing the surface quality and by reducing costs such as tooling costs. With the realization of the method, advanced technology will be gained in critical areas such as defense and aviation. The designed manufacturing system is able to integrated into universal turning lathes and has a potential to be adapted to CNC machines in the near future.