Unlike other 3D Printers, the Phrozen Sonic 4K has an LCD screen that prints one layer per second. This means that it is twice as fast as the Sonic Mini 4K, and up to five times faster than traditional 3D Printers. The LCD screen is guaranteed to last for at least 2000 hours, and it is covered by a three-month warranty. The Sonic 4K’s Z-axis is longer than other 3D Printers, which prevents wobble. In addition, it is quieter, thanks to its built-in sensors and integrated ethernet connection. The Sonic 4K also has built-in parameters for most dental resins, and it is compatible with most 385-405nm wavelength materials.
Read the full review of the 3D printer on the Top3dshop blog https://top3dshop.com/blog/phrozen-sonic-4k-3d-printer-review.
Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K
The Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K is a high-resolution upgrade for the original Sonic Mini 3D printer. It is a budget-friendly and fast-printing 3D printer that brings the benefits of mono-LCD printing with super-duper detail. The Sonic Mini 4K is technically superior, but less forgiving than its predecessor. We’ve compared its features and pros and cons below. – Its mono 4K screen makes printing faster and easier.
– The Sonic Mini 4K is a solid machine. Its two linear rails and lead screw help reduce the wobble on the Z axis. The printer connects via Ethernet, so you can run a printing farm and control it from a PC. Although the Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K is cheap, it is reliable and produces amazing prints. You can buy it online for about a thousand dollars.
– It is compatible with most DLP and LCD resins. Compatible with most 405 nm resins, including the popular Phrozen Aqua-Gray 4K. The system is also compatible with 3rd-party resins. It doesn’t come with a spare FEP film, cleaning fluids, or post-processing equipment. However, it is equipped with an upgrade kit to enable you to use the Phrozen Aqua-Gray 4K resin.
– The larger-scaled Phrozen Sonic Mini 8K is slightly smaller than the Phrozen Sonic Micro 4K. The mini 8K’s build volume is smaller than the original Sonic Mini, but its 4K resolution is still impressive. It also produces better-quality prints than its predecessor. Although not revolutionary, the Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K is worth considering if you’re an avid 3D printing hobbyist.
– The Sonic Mini 4K has a compact build volume: its footprint is under 10 inches by 2.9 inches. It also measures around 12 inches tall. It is also a little smaller than the other 3D printers we’ve tested, but that’s not an issue if you’re building vases or other items that need tall height. There’s no network connectivity, so you’ll need to load your design onto the Sonic Mini 4K via its USB port on the side.