Phrozen Mega 8K V2 Resin 3D Printer – Latest Version

Phrozen Mega 8K V2 Resin 3D Printer – Latest Version

$5,000.00 +gst

Phrozen Sonic MEGA 8K V2 15″ Mono LCD 3D Printer

The largest 8K mono LCD Resin 3D Printer in the world has been upgraded.

The Mega 8K V2 has a faster print speed, automatic  resin filler, & a drip hook.

With a massive build volume of 330mm x 185mm x 400mm & 43 micron XY resolution, you can build large parts without compromising detail or running out of resin.
This is a game changer.
We’re proud to have the newest 8K Monochrome 15″ LCD resin 3d printer available in New Zealand.

Please note we are the Exclusive Official Reseller of Phrozen in New Zealand.
We provide local support & a legitimate warranty. Buy from us & get access to genuine spare parts locally.
Buying from random shops means no manufacturer warranty, no support or repairing as they will not have parts on hand.
They have most likely just parallel-imported the machines, & should something go wrong, you might find yourself stuck.

These machines are highly sought after, & have sometimes 1-2 months production delay.
Traditionally, larger resin machines had lower resolution, but with the Mega 8K screen, you get a 43um XY unlike anything else on the market at this price.
When a Big 3d Printer isn’t enough, you need a Phrozen MEGA!

Liquid Resin 3d printers used to be small & expensive. So they were used only by jewellers & dentists.
Today, thanks to Phrozen, we now have a massive printer area in liquid resin technology giving everyone access to factory quality layerless parts at a price point that is unheard of.

The Mega 8k revolutionises 3d printing & enables you to make parts that can be sold directly to customers – without them looking 3d printed.

Happy Resin 3D Printing!


resin 3d printed parts sample

Tech Specs:

  • Build Volume 8K: 330 x 180 x 400mm.
  • XY Resolution 8K: 43 microns.
  • Z Resolution 8K: 10 microns.
  • Pre-Calibrated Building Plate: All Sonic Mega 8K building plates will be calibrated perfectly before they are shipped, which means that all you need to do is take your device out of the box and you’re all set to begin printing!
  • Dual Linear Rail & Ball Screw Design: For an ultra-stable Z-axis, Sonic Mega 8K adopts this specific design so that large and heavy objects can be printed with no wobbling.
  • Full Metal Exterior: Phrozen Sonic Mega 8K is made completely of metal. This strengthens the entire structure, making it stronger, and much more sustainable for long-term usage.
  • Max Print Speed: Up to 70 mm/hour.
  • Sliver Software: ChituBox included.
  • Optical Evenness: Uniform intensity > 95% surface area.

Built on the platform of the Amazing Phrozen Transform Fast editition machines, the latest model from Phrozen conitues to push the boundaries of LCD resin printing & cemets Phrozen as the Innovators in this space.
Mono screens allow for faster 3d printing, & a much longer screen life, nearly 2000 hrs!

We’re making Resin 3d printing more affordable for kiwis by slashing prices on 3D Printing Resins as well as LCD 3d printers.
We also have New Zealand’s Biggest range of 3D Printing Resins in stock right here in Auckland, ready to ship or collect.

Back Order Special Deal

These machines are extremely sought after so there is a backlog at the Phrozen factory.
We get shipments every 6 weeks.

If you buy a unit from our backorder special, there is a discount in-lieu of the waiting.
Please expect 1 month delay from the time you place the order.
We’ll assign you the next available unit to you as per the back order list.
If we have one from an earlier batch or if the shipment lands sooner, we’ll surely send the machine over asap.

Important Notes about Post Curing & Safety:

Without proper curing, prints can easily fail. Don’t let your models fail at this crucial stage.
Cure your models in the chamber and with a click of a button, your models will be properly cured.

Some people believe it is perfectly fine to cure with sunlight.
This is commonly believed in places that have Ozone holes, or are generally hot.

Though sunlight has UV in it, there is very less intensity of 405nm wavelenth UV that is needed to cure 3d prints.
The correct UV wavelength is able to penetrate part surface, sunlight can not.
Sunlight will also heat up your model much more than the UV you would get to polymerise the liquid.
Enough UV to give you a tan or a sun burn, sure. But to cure a 3d print – not really.

Curing in the sun heats up models unevenly, & causes distortion.
A curer rotates as it exposes UV, thereby raising the part temperature evenly.
This rise improves the interlayer adhesion & creates strong components that exhibit the qualities the resin makers expected you to achieve.
But heat up parts the wrong way & they will crack.

A poorly cured part is not a safe practise – you don’t want these monomers floating everywhere long term.
Curing 3d printed parts correctly is important for safety so that things are not contaminated.
People are safe to touch them without gloves when parts are fully cured.

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