The Mayku FormBox puts the power of making in your hands. Powered by any vacuum cleaner, it works with a world of materials and helps you to make your ideas real. Whether you’re crafting by hand or partnering with your 3D printer, the FormBox is your very own desktop production line.
NOTE: 3D Universe is authorized to sell this product in the United States of America and South America, only.
Here at 3D Universe, we love testing new products and finding the ones we think our customers will really enjoy. It's been
a lot of fun working with the Mayku FormBox, and we can see lots of creative possibilities with it, especially in combination with
a 3D printer for creating objects for molds. Check out our video overview for a look at the Mayku FormBox and what it can do.
The Mayku FormBox is a desktop Vacuum Former that brings your ideas to life. Rapidly create product prototypes
with high quality finishes to show your clients your vision, in real life. Plug any vacuum cleaner into the
FormBox and use its suction to kickstart your own desktop factory. Check out this video from Mayku for a look
at what it can do.
Plug any vacuum cleaner into the FormBox and use its suction to kickstart your own desktop factory. The FormBox works with any
full-sized vacuum cleaner or shop-vac. The FormBox has an internal auto-vacuum system. Simply plug your vacuum cleaner into
the port on the back, and the suction will start exactly when you need it - magical making.
Pioneer the future of desktop manufacturing. Partner the FormBox with your 3D printer to create professional
batches of products from your studio. 3D print a design, then use that object as a form for the Mayku FormBox. The possibilities
With a variety of forming materials available, the Mayku FormBox can be used for all kinds of different
projects. Chocolate molds, soaps, candles, product prototypes, architectural models . . . The list goes on.
For some inspiration, check out these projects.
Here at 3D Universe, we love testing our products! We decided it would be fun to use the Mayku FormBox to make
custom chocolate molds. We used TinkerCAD to create some basic shapes, 3D printed them on our Ultimaker 3, then used those
objects as forms for our chocolate molds. Check out the video!
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