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Phrozen Sonic Mighty 4K review

About Phrozen

Phrozen is a Taiwan-based startup that develops professional and consumer-friendly LCD 3D printers. The mission is to strive towards enhancing human creativity and productivity by creating groundbreaking, innovative 3D printing solutions. Since its launch in 2016, Phrozen has successfully brought once-inaccessible 3D printing technology to consumers while maintaining industrial-grade precision and printing capabilities. The company is now rapidly expanding to markets in the U.S., Europe, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and more. Phrozen printers are now widely adopted by creative makers, jewelry manufacturers, miniature hobbyists, industrial engineers, and personal use. They will continue to propel innovation with the aim of making 3D printing an unforgettable experience for everyone.

Phrozen Sonic Mighty 4K


The introduction about Phrozen Sonic Mighty 4K

45° of Phrozen Sonic Mighty 4K

Now, let me tell you the detailed information to you one by one. Phrozen Sonic Mighty 4K has high resolution. With its large printing capability, Sonic Mighty 4K doesn’t compromise its printing precision. Monochrome LCD printing also allows the 3D printer to print up to 4 times faster than traditional 3D printers. Rapid prototyping greatly improves printing efficiency and increases efficiency by printing out each layer in only two seconds. In addition, each Phrozen 3D printer LCD is guaranteed to have 2000 working hours while a free 3-month warranty is also offered. With a high-quality parallel LED design, the Sonic Mighty 4K comes with a new matrix design in which an array of LED chips uniformly project UV lights through the LCD screen, printing up to 4 times faster than traditional 3D printing techniques. What’s more, I want to say the printing quality is great. Phrozen Sonic Mighty 4K’s matrix light source consists of 54 UV LED lights with uniform light emission; this ensures superior print results and accurate printing size. The set screws on the sides of the building plate also ensure longer-lasting leveling, while the sandblasted surface provides a much stronger adherence, especially when printing larger 3D models. Sonic Mighty 4K is also great to print mini or small models occasionally. Sonic Mighty 4K is compatible with the majority of 3D printing resin on the market. For the ideal printing experience, we strongly recommend using Phrozen Aqua-Gray 4K resin & Water-Washable resins. The resin profile and printing settings are all available on Phrozen’s official website, empowering anyone new to 3D printing to make models like a pro. Sonic Mighty 4K provides a 9.3” printing area that empowers makers to print bigger and larger quantities in a single batch. Phrozen Sonic Mighty 4K comes with a 22 cm Z-axis and dual-linear rails, allowing creators to produce tall and spectacular tabletops, such as gigantic dragons or large ogres. The stronger Z-axis also prevents the 3D printer from wobbling, which provides the user with a stable and reliable printing process. Coming as part of the package is the ChiTuBox slicer. A powerful resin slicer, working very nicely indeed with the Sonic Mini 4K. It has all the tools you could wish for and is easy to use, meaning that if this is to be your first resin printer, you probably won’t have too much of a hard time learning the slicer ropes, and that can only be a good thing. This slicer also runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux.

The using feeling of Phrozen Sonic Mighty 4K

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Phrozen Sonic Mighty 4K on the table

The Sonic Mighty 4K uses a standard USB Type-A connection only, meaning you’ll need to whisk print jobs between your computer and printer using a UBS thumb drive. It’s tried and true, running back and forth with a USB stick, and since resin 3D printing is a hands-on process, it’s not like you won’t be spending a lot of time by the printer’s side. Speaking of the USB input, the slot is conveniently located on the printer’s side, which we find to be the best spot. Open ports on the front can be at risk of resin spillage. Unfortunately, Phrozen puts the power switch on the back of the machine, which is inconvenient. Maybe the most prominent cost-saving feature is the use of a composite resin vat. Obviously, plastic is way cheaper than metal, but amongst resin enthusiasts online, a disputed discussion is raging about such vats’ longevity. We’ve seen similar vats before and find them as usable as their metal counterparts. In practice, the difference is immaterial. However, plastic or not, what the vat is missing is protruding bumps on the bottom to protect the FEP sheet from benchtop debris when placing it outside the printer. It’s a small touch, but one you miss once you’ve had a taste of it. The same goes for a resin fill level indicator. This wouldn’t affect a print’s outcome, but it’d be a neat nice-to-have feature that can save you money. Resin is expensive, only using as much as you need for a print and leaving the rest unspoiled in the bottle is a smart move. The way the vat fixes in place inside the printing area is worth a gripe, too. Large flat vats filled with resin are precarious to wield. Fact. On the Sonic Mighty 4K, you must spear the vat into place onto two threads, fixing each side down with a small, slippery nut. As best we can remember, all Phrozen printers do this, but the larger they get, the less viable it seems to secure the vat in place. It does the job, no doubt, but removing or sliding in the tray can be tricky, and extra caution is needed when handling the nuts. Altogether, though, the general appearance and build quality of the printer is more than satisfactory. And let’s be honest, if a resin printer has the essentials, there is not much else it can do wrong. The base unit weighs about 8 kg providing a solid footprint without being too much of a tank. The printer’s shell is made from plastic and features a large fan in the rear to help keep things cool during this surprisingly heat-generating printing process.

All in all, if you are a fan of 3D printers, you should not miss this high-quality printer.


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