Noncircular bevel gears are applied in variable-speed transmissions with intersecting axes. Since dedicated machines for manufacturing noncircular bevel gears are not available, noncircular bevel gears are normally manufactured using universal computer numerically controlled (CNC) machining centers, resulting in poor productivity. This paper describes a face-milling method for generation of noncircular spiral bevel gears, which is analogous to the generation of spiral bevel and hypoid gears using CNC hypoid gear generators, such as Gleason free-form hypoid generators. As a result, the productivity is significantly improved. Based on the theory of gearing, this paper first describes the basic concept of generation of conjugate noncircular spiral bevel gears. Generation of the tooth surfaces using crown-gear generation concept is analytically discussed with association to the face-milling process of generation of the proposed noncircular spiral bevel gears. The tooth surface geometries are represented by the position vectors and normals. The kinematical model of free-form machines is developed. The machine motion parameters are determined based on the theoretically defined tooth surfaces using the crown-gear generation concept. The developed method is verified by manufacturing a real pair of noncircular spiral bevel gears with satisfactory contact patterns which agree well with those modeled using a commercial cae software program.