Rapid prototyping and fast manufacturing processes are critical drivers for implementing wearable devices. This paper shows an exemplary method for building flexible, fully elastomeric, vibrotactile electromagnetic actuators based on the Lorentz force law. This paper also introduces the design parameters required for well-functioning actuators and studies the properties of such actuators. The crucial element of the actuator is a helical planer coil manufactured from "capillary" silver TPU (Thermoplastic polyurethane), an ultra-stretchable conductor. This paper leverages the novel material to manufacture soft vibration actuators in fewer and simpler steps than previous approaches. Best practices and procedures for building a wearable actuator are reported. We show that the dimension of the actuators are easily configurable and can be printed in batch-size-one using 3D printing. Actuators can be attached directly to the skin as all the components of FLECTILE are made from biocompatible polymers. Tests on the driving properties have confirmed that the actuator could reach a broad scope of frequency up to 200 Hz with a small voltage (5 V) required. ... mehrA user study showed that vibrations of the actuator are well perceivable by six study participants under an observing, hovering, and resting condition.