For what it’s worth, I bought the Anycubic Photon last year. It’s bed size is 115 x 65 x 155 mm. It’s big enough for me to print almost every mini I have tried. Oh, it won’t do terrain, but that’s where you find a friend with a filament and trade print jobs. Most of the time if you pay for a STL file for some big mini, it’s broken up into chunks that are easy to glue. They are mostly pre-supported, which means it’s super easy to print without weird conversions.
As for post printing, it is actually pretty easy. Dunk the minis into a tub of alcohol and swirl it around. Dunk it into the 2nd tub of the same to get even more of the run off resin off the mini. Now, I’ve found that it’s better to take the minis at this point and wash them in the sink with warm, soapy water. It will really really get off the left over resin. I use an old toothbrush.
After that, you just need to cure the resin. You can buy light boxes for a crap ton of cash, but I just got a card board box and put some UV light strips into it. Cost me $20. If I could change anything, I would’ve gotten a light that is more like a spot light. I saw some “how to” that suggested it. You cut a hole in the top of the box and tape the light to it. It blasts the light better than my light strips do. Leave it in for a few hours and flip them every hour or two. Oh, check the UV rating of your resin and get a light in that frequency. Most are about 403. Get anywhere within 20 of that and you are fine.
You are done! Don’t drop them, as they are brittle. I’ve busted too many minis due to clumsy fingers.
Let me know if you have any questions.