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Monoprice Mini SLA 3D Printer

3.60 out of 5
(5 customer reviews)

Monoprice Mini SLA comes with ultra-high accuracy, red photopolymer resin (250ml), and an affordable price (under $300). Not only that, it has a removable FEP vat, an adjustable pre-sanded build plate, and a 2-step printing device making it extremely convenient for novices, students, families, as well as professionals.


Monoprice Mini SLA 3D Printer offers incomparable accuracy i.e., 20 microns per layer, or generates 3D models with details as fine as 1/5th of the width of a human hair!

Along with considering the minor details, the MP Mini is capable of doing this at a speed of 30mm/h. It is compatible with a variety of UV photoreactive materials, making it ideal to be used in dental, engineering, and medical fields as well as creating small personal items such as toys, jewel pieces, etc.

The supplied software of MP Mini SLA is capable of automatically generating support elements of the printer. the user will import the model, click on the print button, and the printer will start working on the provided instructions.

Furthermore, this printer has the ability to detect and print holes in models that are smaller than 30 microns with the same precision, making it an ideal choice for dental and jewelry prototyping.

Technical Specification:

  • Brand: Monoprice
  • Machine type: 3D Printer
  • Technology: DLP (Digital Light Processing)
  • Build Volume: 121 x 68 x 180 mm
  • Layer Resolution High: 20 microns
  • Print Speed Max.: 30mm/h
  • LCD Display: 2560 x 1440p
  • Connectivity: USB
  • Removable FEB Resin Vat: Yes
  • Z-Axis stabilizer: Yes
  • Materials: Resin, Castable Resin, Tough Resin, Flexible Resin, Ceramic Resin


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The biggest difference between an SLA and an LCD printer is their speed. An LCD printer is super-fast and its printing speed is measured as “mm/sec.” while an SLA printer is extremely slow and its printing speed is measured in “mm/hr.”

Additional information



Materials Supported




Print Resolution

20 microns

Print Speed

30 mm/h

Print Volume

4.7 x 2.7 x 7.9 inches

Item Weight

5 reviews for Monoprice Mini SLA 3D Printer

  1. michael
    3 out of 5


    It prints out actually pretty well for such a low price, I was impressed. has an extra Z height that makes it perfect for me.

  2. michael
    3 out of 5


    the build up area is tiny
    feature both wi-fi and micro SD connectivity
    has a touch button interface for easy operation
    it has a great curing power
    its accuracy is commendable

  3. michael
    4 out of 5


    Monoprice Mini SLA features an ultra-high resolution to ensure precision and curing ability. Nonetheless, this printer does not have a touchscreen, and I operate it using the touch button interface. Although cheap, I can produce detailed quality prints with smooth curves without visible layering.

  4. michael
    3 out of 5


    This printer is cheap, setup was very quick and easy and the first prints turned out great. It does not have a touch screen but the three button approach works fine but is very inconvenient. I can’t really recommend this printer for a beginner, but more as a hobby printer. The quality is good and the build volume is good enough to make small objects

  5. michael
    5 out of 5


    The printer has a high-resolution desktop that matches the print quality of large industrial printers at a far lower cost. It uses stereo lithography (SLA) technology to reach a professional print quality that plastic extrusion printers just can’t match. This SLA LCD printer is positioned to print on the highest resolutions, up to 20 microns, whereas most competitors are limited to 50 microns. This printer prints very fast and is compatible with all kinds of UV photo-reactive materials; its exceptionally high resolution of 20 microns makes it ideal for prototyping medical, dental, jewelry, and other high-detail parts.

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