This article is a guide to the different connectivity options available for Phrozen 3D printers, including USB, WiFi, and Ethernet. We'll discuss the pros and cons of each method and provide a table showing which connectivity options are compatible with each Phrozen 3D printer model.
By the end of this article, you'll have the information you need to select the best connection method for your Phrozen 3D printer.
|Sonic Mini Series||Sonic Mini 8K S||⬤|
|Sonic Mini 8K||⬤|
|Sonic Mini 4K||⬤|
|Sonic Mighty Series||Sonic Mighty 8K||⬤||⬤||⬤|
|Sonic Mighty 4K||⬤|
|Sonic Mega Series||Sonic Mega 8K||⬤||⬤|
|Sonic Series||Sonic 4K 2022||⬤||⬤||⬤|
|Sonic XL 4K 2022||⬤||⬤||⬤|
|Sonic XL 4K||⬤||⬤||⬤|
|Shuffle Series||Shuffle 4K||⬤||⬤||⬤|
|Shuffle XL 2019||⬤||⬤||⬤|
|Shuffle XL 2018||⬤||⬤||⬤|
|Shuffle XL Lite||⬤||⬤|
|Transform Series||Transform Fast||⬤||⬤||⬤|
The USB connection allows for fast and easy transfer of files from your computer to your printer. It is generally more stable than Wi-Fi connections, which can be affected by interference or signal strength issues. However, If your printer is located far from your computer, it might be inconvenient when you need to get your printed models from the printer
Overall, a USB connection is an excellent choice for users who prioritize stability and speed in their printing process.
An ethernet connection is a reliable and stable method for connecting your Phrozen 3D printer to your network. Unlike USB connection, Ethernet allows for longer distances between your printer and computer without experiencing connectivity issues. However, an Ethernet connection requires a physical cable connection, which can limit your printer's mobility.
Overall, an Ethernet connection is a good choice for users who prioritize stability and requires longer distances, but don't mind the limitations of a physical cable.
Wi-Fi connection offers excellent mobility and convenience, allowing you to connect to your printer wirelessly from anywhere in your home or office. Additionally, if you have a strong and stable Wi-Fi network, a Wi-Fi connection can be just as reliable as a USB or Ethernet connection.
Overall, if you have a robust Wi-Fi network, a Wi-Fi connection can be a great choice for your Phrozen 3D printer.