Extremely High Detail
The first and only 3D printer to create mind-blowing details at 22 microns (μm).
Sonic Mini 8K prints extremely realistic textures, pores, and wrinkles even beyond delicately handcrafted pieces created by professional sculptors.
Create Sleek & Flawless 3D Models
7.1” 8K Mono LCD technology reduces layer lines up to 50%, enabling you to create sleek and flawless miniatures, jewellery models, and more with ultra high quality
Compact-Sized 3D Printer with Dual Linear Rails
With the Dual Linear Rails, Sonic Mini 8K is guaranteed for high stability, durability and long lasting.
Linear Projection LED Module for Sharp 8K Prints
The Linear Projection LED Module effectively extends the optical path length, enhancing light uniformity by over 90% to create Sharp & Accurate 3D models.
Print Large Parts Easily
The all-new frosted laser cut building plate allows your 3D models to stick firmly onto the building plate, drastically improving your 3D printing success rate.
DLP vs 8k LCD 3D Printer
The first and only 3D Printer to create mind-blowing details at 22um. Sonci 8K prints extremely realistic textures, pores, and wrinkles beyond delicately handcrafted pieces created by Professional sculptors.
4K LCD 3D Printer
4098 x 2670 pixels
732 PPI (35um)
Sonic Mini 8K
7500 x 3240 pixels
1152 PPI (22um)
DLP 3D Printer
1280 x 720 pixels
312 PPI (80 um)
7.1″ Mono LCD Screen
Linear Projection LED Module
22um (1152 ppi)
0.01 – 0.30 mm
Max Printing Speed
AC 100 – 240V ~ 50/60Hz
Operation & Hardware specifications
3.5″ Touch Panel
CHITUBOX V1.9.1 or above
Front USB Port
L29 x W29 x H42 cm
L16.5 x W7.2 x H18 cm
Metal VAT with FEP Flim
Sonic Mighty 4k is compatible with best selling Castable Resins which works at UV wavelength of 405 nm
Now you can print from filigree to medals, as well from chaton settings to signet rings.
Grit 3D manages the complete prototyping workflow for our customer. We eliminate all the hassle and learning curve when it comes to design and 3D Printing.
Prototyping starts with 3D designing on CAD software and preparing an STL file which is readable for any slicer software, which develops a file that is an instruction code for the 3D Printer
After selecting the correct print settings and slicing the STL file, the file is sent to 3D Printer over wifi or a USB. Intended Resin material is added, the shroud is covered and the printing starts
Once the printing is finished, the resin printed parts need to be washed in IPA solvent, the supports are removed (if any) then carefully cured under UV Light inorder to achieve their optimal mechanical properties