Your making, multiplied.

What it is

Pressure forming, on the desktop

Pressure forming is an industrial grade manufacturing process, used to make molds and parts really quickly. By utilising pressure when forming heated sheet material, pressure forming can capture detail finer than a human hair and perfectly sharp edges. The process of making a mold takes just 1 minute.

Having the scope to make molds for more intricate and larger pieces is so exciting
Fiona Coupe
Freelance Prop Designer and Maker at Nona Living
The touch point details are very cool - technical innovation with a timeless aesthetic is always a win.
Harry Mitchell
Creative Director and Co-Founder @ Beta Design Office

How It Works

high resolution molds & parts in 1 minute

The Multiplier’s tanks fill with compressed air and pressurise the dome to 4 atmospheres.

The pressure forces the heated sheet of material into every detail of your creation.

Creating high-resolution molds or parts in a matter of minutes.


See the Multiplier in action

We asked chocolatier Paul A. Young, homewares designer Fiona Coupe and product designers Beta Design Office to showcase the possibilities.

Check out the product film

Why the Multiplier?

More power. More precision. More possibilities.

Sharp edges

Super precise 90 degree edges for improved accuracy

High detail

Capture textures finer than a human hair

Large scale

Design within a 400mm wide circular forming area with 160mm height

Easy to use

Learn in an hour and make a form in 5 minutes


Fits on a desk and doesn’t require an external pump

Technical Specs

Mayku’s next steps towards democratising manufacturing

Circular forming bed

  • 400mm diameter
  • 160mm max forming height

A range of sheets

  • PETG, Flex sheets and more
  • Works with sheets from 0.5mm - 8mm

Unheard of detail

  • Capture details finer than a human hair for injection mold quality forms

Made for the future

  • High contrast LED screen, satisfying mechanical switches, updateable firmware

Design pedigree

  • Designed in collaboration with Teenage Engineering

In Comparison

Our most powerful, professional machine

Vacuum Former

  • Forming bed:

    130mm x 200mm x 200mm

  • Max sheet thickness:


  • Min Sheet Thickness:


  • Detail resolution:


  • Requires external pump?


  • Size & weight:

    315mm x 274mm x 466mm - 13kg (boxed)

  • Find out more

Pressure Former

  • Forming bed:

    160mm x 400mm x 400mm

  • Max sheet thickness:

    8mm (with Reducing Plate)

  • Min Sheet Thickness:


  • Detail resolution:

    Details finer than a human hair

  • Requires external pump?


  • Size & weight:

    700mm x 700mm x 640mm - 68kg (boxed)

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The Makers

Words from our Community

Philip Khoury

Pastry Chef and Chocolatier at Harrods, London

The Multiplier is more affordable than the setup cost of one custom chocolate mold with most manufacturers.
For chocolatiers and chefs

Evka Home

Homewares and graphic designer Ewa’s jesmonite brand.

I can experiment with different details and get all the benefits of silicone without the price tag
For homewares designers

Beta Design Office

London based design consultancy working with brands like Nike and Fussy.

The level of detail it can replicate is amazing - as good as injection molding but quicker and more cost effective.
For designers & agencies

Your questions, answered

How does it work?

Pressure forming is an industrial grade manufacturing process, used to make highly detailed molds and parts really quickly. By utilising pressure when forming heated sheet material, pressure forming can capture detail finer than a human hair and perfectly sharp edges. The process of making a mold takes between 5-10 minutes and offers greater precision and control over other manufacturing processes.

What kind of warranty is on offer?

We’ll be offering a standard 2 year warranty on all Multiplier orders. For any questions or problems you can find support via email, social media and our forum for all customers.

What materials can I make templates out of?

Polymer clay, earthen clay, 3D printed materials (polymers, metals), wood, potatoes and other food stuff and any other materials or items with high melting point. We’ll be sharing more tips on designing for the Multiplier in the coming weeks.

How much detail can the Multiplier capture?

The Multiplier can form molds that pick up micro textures, razor sharp edges and details smaller than a human hair.

What size is the design space? How big can I make an object?

Your templates will require a small margin around them, meaning the maximum design space is a circular base of 380mm and maximum height of 160mm. Larger shapes may be possible with a multi-part mold or build.

What kind of Mayku Sheets will be available for the Multiplier and how much will they cost?

Currently our list of confirmed sheet materials are: PETG, HIPS, LDPE, and EVA. These will be available in a range of thicknesses with more planned for the future. We will be selling a range of approved, pre-cut sheets but it is possible to source and test other materials yourself if preferred.

We’ll be sharing confirmed prices before shipping starts so you’ll have plenty of time to confirm your sheets orders, please get in touch if you have any questions or suggestions.

Why is the forming bed a circle instead of a square or rectangle?

This is because you can’t make a square pressure chamber. Pressure based technology naturally wants to work in a sphere, so this design allows us to optimise the process for greater control, precision and safety.

Which casting materials are compatible with Multiplier made molds?

We offer a range of sheets to suit different casting materials and project types. Compatible materials for casting into Multiplier made molds include resin, eco-resin (Jesmonite), plaster, concrete, chocolate, ice cream, ice, silicone, soap, bath bomb mix and wax.

How much is shipping and where do you ship to?

Upon launch we will be shipping direct to customers in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia and Europe only. We hope to expand to other regions soon, if you have a special request, please let us know.

Shipping quotes will be provided closer to dispatch date to ensure best service is provided. We estimate shipping will cost between £30 - £400 + customs/import fees depending on location, if in doubt please speak to a specialist for a custom quote.

Get a quote to get started

Just let us know your email so we can discover your needs and put together a custom quote for your Multiplier machine.

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Got a few questions before you purchase? Our talented team of Mayku product specialists are on hand to answer all your queries.

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