Mayku has released an improved pressure former in order to enhance the field of 3D printing.


Mayku, a company specializing in benchtop pressure forming, has recently introduced an enhanced Multiplier Pressure Former that is bringing the precision of injection molding to engineers’ benchtops. This new machine is not only elevating 3D printing from custom batching to serial production but also allowing users to capture sub-micron details and create isotropic prototypes and end-use parts within two-to-30-minute cycles.

The Multiplier Pressure Former, when used alongside high-resolution 3D printers or CNC milling machines, can scale up the production of end-use parts while maintaining the same level of accuracy every time. This machine is truly pushing the boundaries of what is possible in terms of small-scale manufacturing.

One of the exciting features of this new machine is the custom mode, which allows users to create and store custom profiles for any compatible thermos-foldable material. This flexibility opens up endless possibilities for customization and experimentation.

Benjamin Redford, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at Mayku, expressed his enthusiasm for the Multiplier Pressure Former, stating, “At Mayku, we believe in making mass production accessible, and we are proud to say that the Multiplier Pressure Former is helping our customers achieve this. It combines the accuracy, repeatability, and detail of heavy manufacturing floor machinery with the convenience, speed, and adaptability of 3D printing.”

Mayku’s vision of a world where everyone has access to the workflows needed to manufacture locally is one step closer with the introduction of the Multiplier Pressure Former. This machine has the potential to revolutionize small-scale manufacturing by bringing high-quality, precision parts to engineers and designers around the world.

The Multiplier Pressure Former also offers a new reducing plate accessory that simplifies material sourcing and testing by condensing the forming area down to a more widely available A4 or US letter format. This accessory also extends the range of thickness from as low as 0.1 mm to more than 5mm, providing even more versatility for users.

Mayku has already gained recognition in various industries, with companies like Oertli Instruments and design studios such as Beta Design Office, Morrama, and Neoenta using the Multiplier Pressure Former in their work. Customers have found numerous applications for this machine, including producing protective covers, product casings, optical parts, replacement auto and robot parts, industrial molds, and medical packaging.

Ziad Al Shamsie, CTO at Neoenta Design, praised the machine’s consistency and repeatability, stating, “Our team has produced more than 4000 functional parts using the Mayku Multiplier with highly accurate features and dimensions necessary for our product design and development. The speed at which we can create parts is groundbreaking for us and our partners.”

Lucy Williams of Morrama also shared her positive experience with the Multiplier, saying, “The precision, consistency, and repeatability of the machine combined with the speed at which we were able to iterate on designs helped us get to market on time. Without the Multiplier, we would have had to invest in tooling which would have significantly slowed down our development cycles.”

Mayku’s partnerships with preferred 3D printing application experts promise an enhanced user experience, particularly in the UK, Europe, and North America. By integrating new technology into workflows, Mayku is pushing the boundaries of what is possible in small-scale manufacturing.

The introduction of the Multiplier Pressure Former is an exciting development in the world of benchtop pressure forming. Mayku’s commitment to making mass production accessible and their dedication to providing engineers and designers with high-quality, precise parts is commendable. With this machine, Mayku is bringing us one step closer to a world where everyone has access to the workflows needed to manufacture locally.

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