Phrozen Launches the new Sonic Mini 8K S Resin 3D Printer

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The new Phrozen Sonic Mini 8K S resin 3D printer with a sample print
The new Phrozen Sonic Mini 8K S resin 3D printer with a sample print/Source: Phrozen

Phrozen announced the launch of its newest addition to the Phrozen 8K series—the Phrozen Sonic Mini 8K S. Compared to the earlier Mini 8K released in 2021, the Sonic Mini 8K S offers the same 8K resolution at 22 microns, but with a lighter body and a more affordable price point. Also consistent with Phrozen’s mission to bring 3D printing to the mass, the 8K S is designed to make high-resolution 3D printing more accessible for everyone, regardless of their backgrounds and prior experience.

As the pioneer of 8K resolution in LCD 3D printing, Phrozen still holds the record for the largest printing volume available in the consumer market with the Sonic Mega 8K, and the highest printing resolution at just 22 microns with the Sonic Mini 8K. This time, Phrozen has once again set a higher benchmark in the consumer 3D printing industry by launching the most affordable 3D printer with an 8K LCD screen—the new Sonic Mini 8K S.

Phrozen Sonic Mini 8K S Resin 3D printer

Sample prints from the Sonic Mini 8K S
Sample prints from the Sonic Mini 8K S/Source: Phrozen

The new printer offers incredible printing precision in 8K resolution with a beginner-friendly interface and affordable price, making it the best choice even for first-time 3D printing enthusiasts. Suitable for a wide range of applications such as miniatures, jewellery, and figurines, the Sonic Mini 8K S is the perfect entry-level printer and a great addition to any 3D printing flow.

“It’s always been our goal to bring 3D printers to the mass, and the Sonic Mini 8K S is proof of our continuous dedication to this dream. By making it more affordable, this printer will open doors of opportunities for those who have been dreaming of owning a high-resolution 3D printer but were cut short due to the commitment of initial investment.”

– Ray Wu, the Co-Founder and CEO of Phrozen

The new Sonic Mini 8K S is priced at $349.99 and will be available to pre-order starting on May 17 at 10 AM EDT. First adopters can enjoy the pre-order bundle starting from $299.99 with free shipping for selected countries. In addition, Phrozen is currently offering an additional 10% off discount on the Sonic Mini 8K S pre-order bundle for those signing up for their email list.

About Phrozen: Phrozen is a Taiwan-based startup that develops professional and consumer-friendly LCD 3D printers for creative makers, jewelers, industrial engineers, and dental professionals. Since its launch in 2016, Phrozen has released a series of 3D printers that have successfully brought once-inaccessible 3D printing technology to the mass while maintaining industrial-grade precision and printing capabilities. The company has since expanded rapidly to markets in the U.S., Europe, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and more.

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