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Maximize your students' creativity and stimulate new ways of working

The Mayku Multiplier is an industrial-grade pressure former that allows students to experiment freely, forming parts and molds in a matter of minutes. Made even more accessible with a short setup time, and no need for supervision.

Fast & easy-to-use

Learn from leading institutions already using the Mayku Multiplier

I’m really hoping that they will start to think in other directions... than just I can 3D print it, or laser cut, or I can cut it out of wood because with the Multiplier the range gets much bigger.

Pavel Dagorov
Head of Workshops, FHNW University, Switzerland

It’s accessible, you can use it out of the box, you don’t need to know that much about the machine itself, it’s hard to see how it could be done much easier.

Kasper Kramme
Innovation Teacher, FGU Østjylland, Denmark

The students can do a prototype very quickly, in a few minutes instead of waiting for 20 hours, (test it) and then change course much more quickly.

Pavel Dagorov
Head of Workshops, FHNW University, Switzerland

Because it’s such an easy-to-use machine, and its a very quick operation, I don’t have to worry about something going severely wrong.

Zachary O’Connor
Lead 3D Print Tech, Washington University in St. Louis, USA

Leveraging the Multiplier to make molds that are much faster, I don’t have to wait 3.5 to 5 hours for the silicone to cure... I’m able to to put something in there, hit go, and it works.

Eli White
Independent Maker & Engineer, USA

An intuitive machine that students can operate straight away.

Intergating 3D printing with pressure forming creates a powerful workflow.

By using 3D printing to create a thermoforming template, students can maintain full creative control and gain a thorough understanding of the tooling process.
1. Design your template
Design your template from scratch following the principles of thermoforming, or use a found object instead.
2. Print your template
If you’re using a 3D printed template as the master for your form, make sure you print using a high-temperature resin.
3. Select your material
At Mayku, we have an expanding range of materials, each with their own custom profiles for a seamless process.
4. Pressure form your part
The Mayku Multiplier heats your chosen material to the perfect temperature and applies up to 5 tonnes of force, capturing every single detail on your template.
5. Post-process your form
After de-molding your template, your form is now ready to use as a mold for casting or as a final part. Cut and finish your form to meet your requirements.
6. Create professional prototypes
Applications produced on the multiplier are perfect for prototyping new concepts or even manufacturing small batches.

Empower students to go beyond the limitations of 3D printing.


Our expanding range of materials allows students
to manufacture professional standard prototypes


Tough, impact-resistant parts with excellent surface appearance.


Clear, hard-wearing parts with UV stability and qualities similar to glass.


Strong, abrasion-resistant parts with a low friction coefficient.


Shock absorbent parts that are easily recycled and tooling for molds.


Prototype food-safe packaging and create transparent parts in minutes.


Rapidly prototype using a recyclable material with a smooth, satin finish.

Download the Mayku Multiplier and materials spec sheet

Enable students to become experts in thermoforming technology.

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