Phrozen Sonic Mini 3D PrinterPhrozen Sonic Mini 3D Printer

Phrozen Sonic Mini 3D Printer

3.75 out of 5
(4 customer reviews)


Phrozen Sonic Mini is a high resolution (1152 PPI) to highlight all the details that other 3D printers might ignore or be unable to print. Its LPLED (Linear Projection LED Module) has a major role in enhancing the accuracy and precision of this printing device. $42.00 / mo BUY NOW $199.99 BUY NOW
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Phrozen Sonic Mini 3D Printer features a 22 µm excellent resolution that makes it stand out among all the 3D resin competitors available in the market. The printer will not neglect any edge, bend, corner, or in short intricate details of your model while printing it.

To add to its quality printing features, the Phrozen Sonic Mini has built-in Dual Linear Rails to ensure the printer’s stability and thus, improve the quality of the model generated.

The presence of the Frosted Laser Cut Building Plate will ensure the strong adhesion of the models (smaller or larger) and smooth removal once completed.

Not only that, but the Phrozen Mini also has 7.1 inches Mono LCD to offer a larger printing area (18cm on Z-Axis). It is one of the best 3D resin printers to print multiple miniatures at once.

Last but not least, it has a uniform light distribution system which is another reason for creating sharp, detailed 3D prints.


  • Printing Technology: LCD-based Masked Stereolithography (MSLA)                                        
  • LCD: Custom 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 mono-LCD                                                                     
  • Build Volume: 120 x 68 x 130 mm                                                    
  • Z-Layer Resolution: 10-micron                                           
  • XY Resolution: 62 microns                                                     
  • UI: 2.8-inch IPS touchscreen display                                                                        
  • Connectivity: USB                                                       
  • Build Platform Leveling: n/a                                    
  • Materials: Resins suitable for 405nm LCD-based printers
  • Software bundle: Phrozen OS (onboard), ChiTuBox (desktop)
  • File types: OBJ, STL (desktop)
  • Weight: 4.5 kg
  • Dimensions: 250 x 250 x 330 mm


What kind of models can the Phrozen Sonic Mini can create?

Phrozen Sonic Mini is best for generating miniatures, dental models, tooth-dies, etc.

Is the Phrozen Sonic Mini compatible with all kinds of resins?

Phrozen Sonic Mini is compatible with all the resins that are 405nm UV cured.

What’s the difference between Phrozen Mini 4K and 8K?

The Phrozen Sonic Mini has fewer build dimensions (5.2 x 2.9 x 5.1 inches) and thus generates smaller models compared to the Phrozen Sonic Mini which has a large build volume (6.5 x 2.84 x 7.1 inches) and is capable of generating bigger prints. 

Additional information



Materials Supported




LCD Screen


Print Resolution

10 – 300 microns

Print Speed

80 mm/h

Print Volume

4.7 x 2.7 x 5.1 inches

Product Dimensions

Item Weight

4 reviews for Phrozen Sonic Mini 3D Printer

  1. michael
    3 out of 5


    Its a great printer since its comes with a easy to use interface that is perfect for starters and hobbyist
    Provides a offline printing
    has touchscreen and prints from USB
    Has a high printing speed and is compactible with most LCD,DLP and SLA uv resins

  2. michael
    4 out of 5


    The printer is cheaper than other 3D printers and easy to use and set up. I’m fascinated with its fastest printing ability. The printer uses mono-LCD technology that allows UV light transmission when increasing printing speed and decreasing layer curing time. I like the integrated Chitubox software for its user-friendliness and the way it slices large files.

  3. michael
    3 out of 5


    It is portable and very simple to set up and use. The print bed is easily leveled and the monochrome screen greatly lowers layer cure time, both of which contribute to a quicker printing process. This applies to a variety of third-party resins as well, but print quality isn’t that impressive. The plate accumulates a lot of resin and the machine vibrates a lot while printing, greatly reducing print quality and can be a bit noisy. Nonetheless, the general user experience is simple and effective, making it a good choice if you want to begin resin printing.

  4. michael
    5 out of 5


    Like the more extensive and expensive Phrozen sonic, this printer continues Phrozen’s exploration of mono-LCD technology, an alternative type of LCD masking screen that allows more UV light to pass through. This lowers layer cure time and dramatically speeds the printing process up. The printer is cheaper than other 3D printers and easy to use and set up. It has a linear rail-guided Z-axis arm, and with a Z-Axis made from aluminum extrusion, the printer is precise and durable. Although its print quality isn’t impressive, I’m fascinated with its fastest printing ability.

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