While 3D printing is all well and good, it can be frustrating if you need to make a lot of things, or make them quickly. Do you really want to wait minutes (or hours) for a bowl to finish? Mayku sure doesn't. It's crowdfunding the FormBox, a machine that brings vacuum forming to your tabletop. It takes advantage of your vacuum cleaner to form molds and create objects in seconds, and not just from plastic -- you can use chocolate or concrete if you want. The speed and flexibility turns it into more of a factory than a printer, and opens the door to projects that just aren't practical otherwise. You can make pots for all your plants, for instance, or sell your own 3D artwork.