meet ATOM Mini

A new prusa like 3D builder designed for hobbyists & professionals alike.

Designed for ALL


Designed to Deliver

All metal body

More rigidity & durability.

Easy to use

Auto bed tilt compensation.
Auto material loading/unloading.
Live z-offset adjust.

Up to 30% faster building

Saving your effort & time.

Genuine E3D hot core

Up to 350ºC.

Powerful heated build surface

Faster heating time up to 110ºC in 30 sec.

Customized slicing profiles

Ready to use profiles with a wide range of different material & quality selections, make it more easier for beginners.

Supports range of advanced materials

PLA, ABS, PET, PC, Carbon fiber

Technical Specs

FDB Fused Deposition Building
Layer Resolution
100 – 350 microns (user defined)
Building Materials
PLA, ABS, PET, PC, Carbon fiber
Building Volume
18.75 x 18.75 x 18.5 mm^3
Heated Build Plate
Heated Build Plate MAX. Temperature
Nozzle Diameter
Filament Diameter
Hotend MAX. Temperature
Rambo board by UltiMachine-USA
Marlin based
USB Cable | SD Card
Supported file type
Recommended Software
Slic3r | Pronterface
Included Accessories
EU Power plug | USB Cable | SD Card | Utility Tools
AC Input
100-240VAC | 50-60Hz
Power Consumption
360 Watt
7 KG
Supported OS
Windows 7+ | Linux 12.04+ | Mac OS X 10.8+
Hardware Requirements
Core i3- 1GB RAM | 200 MB free disk space

Want to go to the market faster?


We have developed the right tool for you

Low Volume Production

Rapid Prototyping

Additive manufacturing allows you to demonstrate an idea, verify designs & test part functionality well before moving into production when time and cost for changes becomes forbidden.

Additive manufacturing in education provides unique learning opportunities across science, technology, engineering & math.
It is a powerful tool for schools looking for innovative technologies to incorporate into their curricula, engaging students & prepare them for tomorrow’s world, today.
Educational institutions & universities should provide students with the latest knowledge and show them that alternative production technologies like additive manufacturing exist.
Chemistry, biology and engineering students can use additive manufacturing to link practical exercises to the theoretical parts of their studies.

We help revolutionizing the classroom

Range of advanced materials



PLA or Polylactic acid is the most commonly used filament especially for beginners. It is famously easy to use while being strong enough for most purposes. It represents the perfect choice for building large objects, thanks to its low thermal expansion (little to no warping) and for building tiny parts because of its low melting temperature. On top of it all, it is eco friendly biodegradable material, as it is made from the starch of plants such as corn and sugar cane.


ABS is a very strong and versatile material with great thermal resistance. It’s suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. It is a thermoplastic polymer, that means that just like PLA, it can be melted and crystallized multiple times without degrading too much. ABS, however, melts at a higher temperature than PLA which gives ABS great thermal resistance. 
Warping, part start lifting from the build surface and warp, and unpleasant smell is something you should consider when using ABS. And, last but not least, it’s soluble in acetone.


PETG or Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol is a very tough material with good thermal resistance. It has a low thermal expansion, so even when building large part, it practically does not warp. It’s almost as easy to print as PLA, while it can offer many mechanical properties as ABS. It is less brittle, ductile and cannot burn. It also offers a healthy amount of flexibility which can prevent parts from breaking under stress.

Designed for better

user experience


preorder starts in May 2020.
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