The principle of the vacuum press is to heat the plate thermoplastic material to be shaped, then to press it against the mold and then to draw air out of the space between the thermoplastic and the mold. This results in its close adhesion to the surface of the mold, and after cooling, we obtain a plastic decal mold. In practical use, this technique is most commonly used to produce packages (blisters - computer mouse packages, usb memories, etc.), in modeling practice, it is used to produce transparent dome, structures of organic shapes or repetitive elements (here it works as a replacement for casting technology). Suitable materials for vacuum forming are PET-G or plexiglas materials for which the heating temperature is 220°C. It is necessary to design the mold to remove it from the molten plastic. For example, if we leave a plastic shaped ball shape in the form of a ball, we will never take shape without damaging the molding.