Artillery Hornet 3D printer review
These days, 3D printers are used in various applications, from education and prototyping to advanced things like bioprinting organs. In the drone hobby, many DIY enthusiasts started to print their spare parts and accessories for long time ago. Lately, Free Zillion, founder of RaceWhoop Facebook group, designed a ducted drone that is almost entirely 3D printed. The concept became quickly popular due to its durability and simplicity in build. For this project is recommended to use filaments with good impact resistance and an Artillery Hornet like FDM 3D printer.
Artillery Hornet adopts Cartesian design which is the most common approach for consumer 3D filament printers. Based on the Cartesian coordinate system in mathematics, this technology uses three-axis: X, Y, and Z to determine the correct positions and direction of the extruder head. While the printing platform moves on the Z-axis, the print head is working two-dimensionally on the X and Y-axis.