Light alloys are increasingly applied in different industrial sectors, mainly aerospace. Because of this, it is needed to analyze their behavior in the different processing procedures and, specially, machining. On the other hand, up to a few years, cutting fluids were successfully employed in these processes since their coolant and lubricant properties. Notwithstanding, environmental necessities have promoted researches focused on the development of cleaner processes avoiding cutting fluids, in particular, dry machining. However, this process can change tool geometry and affect to the material giving rise to changes in the design specifications. In this work, geometrical deviations, particularly straightness deviations, in the dry turning of UNS A92024 (Al-Cu) alloy are studied as a function of feed and cutting speed through a parametric model.