Information about Mayku Form Sheets and Cast Sheets (for the Mayku FormBox)

Information about Mayku Form Sheets and Cast Sheets (for the Mayku FormBox)

  • Form Sheets - HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene)
    • White
    • Satin Surface
    • Easy to Cut
    • Ready to Paint
    • Durable
    • Replicates Fine Detail
  • The durable, satin surface of the Mayku Form Sheet makes it effortless to achieve a professional finish for product packaging, product prototyping, and enhancing decorative craft projects. The lesser thickness of the sheet means it’s perfect for picking up the finer details in models. A wide range of finishes can be applied to the Form Sheet including a variety of colored paints, glues and varnishes. Fully recyclable, partly made from recycled plastic waste.
  • Cast Sheets - PETG (Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol) 
    • Transparent
    • Food Safe
    • Reusable Molds
    • Non-stick surface
    • Flexible
    • Easy to Cut
  • Mayku Cast Sheets are transparent, food safe and reusable so you can replicate your designs faster and easier than ever, in a wide range of casting materials. The slight flex and non-stick surface that the sheet provides ensures that your templates and casts can be removed with ease, allowing you to focus on designing and producing instead of worrying about costly and messy mold-making processes. Fully recyclable, partly made from recycled plastic waste.
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