This paper presents a method for a cost- and time-effective calibration procedure for five-hole probes for the transonic flow regime based on additive manufacturing and a numerical calibration routine. The computational setup and calibration routine are described in detail. The calibration procedure is tested on a custom-built L-shaped conical probe of 30° half-angle with a flat tip and an outer diameter of 2.4mm. The probe tip is manufactured in stainless steel using DMLS. Numerical calibration is carried out over a Mach number range of 0.2 to 1.4 and pitch and yaw angles of ±45°. The numerical calibration charts are validated with wind tunnel tests and the expected accuracy of the numerical calibration method is quantified. Exemplary results of area traverses up- and downstream of a linear transonic turbine cascade with tip clearance are presented and discussed briefly.