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Artillery Hornet (FDM)

$299.95 Inc. GST

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Description
The Artillery Hornet is the budget offering from Artillery (Evnovo). This printer is targeted as an Ender 3 alternative with a comparable price point and features. It’s also the first Bowden setup printer produced by Artillery.

Product Features: 

3dpsabullet  Targetted for beginners, professionals, and technology manufacturers

Thanks to its precise print quality and yet easy handling, the Artillery Hornet is suitable for all 3D printing enthusiasts. A mini display ensures easy operation.

3dpsabullet Inspired by high-end sports cars, the design of the 3D printer is classic and modern at the same time.

3dpsabullet A stable frame ensures longevity and adapts to the modern design. The power supply is protected to extend its service life.

3dpsabullet A new Titan extruder ensures stronger extrusion and stable filament feed. The modular hotend has full copper nozzles for fast melting and heating and is easy to maintain and repair.

3dpsabulletIntegrated cabling” avoids cable clutter.
Power supply, signal, and filament feed are all in one. This makes the printer ultra-light, cleaner, and more durable.

3dpsabullet The tempered glass platform forms the basis for excellent print quality. No glue is required for the print to adhere to the build plate. The model can still be easily removed.

 

Additional information
Machine Size

560(L) x 500(W) x 255(H) mm

Build Volume

220(L) x 220(W) x 250(H) mm

Printing Technology

Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM)

Max extruder temperature

260℃

Heating Plate

100C

Print Precision

X/Y 0.0125mm Z 0.002mm

Layer Resolution

0.05-0.3 mm

Nozzle Diameter

0.4mm

Speed

20~150mm/s( suggested 50mm/s)

Connection

USB Flash drive

Supported Operating System

MAC, LINUX, WIN7/8/10

Compatible software

Simplify 3D, Ultimaker Cura, Prusa Slicer, Slic3r, Ideamaker

Supported File Formats

STL, 3MF, AMF, OBJ, Gcode

Input Power

240 VAC – 50/60 HZ

Weight

9.8kg

Warranty

Twelve (12) months Warranty for defective parts against manufacturing.Excluded from the warranty are consumable parts such as nozzles, PTFE tube, bed plate

Technical FAQs

Any 3rd Party Upgrades or Repairs done on the machine without the supervision or approval from our WhizKids - Technical Support Team will void the warranty of the printers. Please consult with us before proceeding with any upgrades or repairs.

  • Motor Shaking/ Motor making abnormal grinding sounds

    - The home endstops are not getting triggered - make sure that there is object in between the endstops - Motor Cable not connected Properly - re-plug the cables back in and try again
  • File not detected / Memory Card Failure

    - The printer can only read .GCODE files, please slice the models first - Wrong file system format (It should be FAT32) - Corrupted SD card
  • No Filament being Extruded / Extruder motor making a knocking sound

    - Nozzle temp has not set to match the filament's recommended settings (Please run a temperature tower) - Tangled Filament Spool - Not enough cooling for the hotend (Heat Creep) - Nozzle Clog
  • Filament Leaking

    - Nozzle is not sitting flush against the heat break (throat) - PTFE Tube not sitting flush against the nozzle
  • Prints not sticking to the bed

    - Printer not leveled (Poorly Leveled) - Printing too fast (Recommended 20-40mm/s initial layer speed) - Insufficient Bed temperature
  • Warping / Curling of the printed object

    - Insufficient Bed temperature - Not enough contact area between the model and the heated bed
  • Layer shifting

    - Belts not tightened properly - Printing too fast
  • Print stopped halfway

    - Min/Max error: Check thermistor cables - Corrupted GCODE - Bad SD card

    Any 3rd Party Upgrades or Repairs done on the machine without the supervision or approval from our WhizKids - Technical Support Team will void the warranty of the printers. Please consult with us before proceeding with any upgrades or repairs.

    • Motor Shaking/ Motor making abnormal grinding sounds

      - The home endstops are not getting triggered - make sure that there is object in between the endstops - Motor Cable not connected Properly - re-plug the cables back in and try again
    • File not detected / Memory Card Failure

      - The printer can only read .GCODE files, please slice the models first - Wrong file system format (It should be FAT32) - Corrupted SD card
    • No Filament being Extruded / Extruder motor making a knocking sound

      - Nozzle temp has not set to match the filament's recommended settings (Please run a temperature tower) - Tangled Filament Spool - Not enough cooling for the hotend (Heat Creep) - Nozzle Clog
    • Filament Leaking

      - Nozzle is not sitting flush against the heat break (throat) - PTFE Tube not sitting flush against the nozzle
    • Prints not sticking to the bed

      - Printer not leveled (Poorly Leveled) - Printing too fast (Recommended 20-40mm/s initial layer speed) - Insufficient Bed temperature
    • Warping / Curling of the printed object

      - Insufficient Bed temperature - Not enough contact area between the model and the heated bed
    • Layer shifting

      - Belts not tightened properly - Printing too fast
    • Print stopped halfway

      - Min/Max error: Check thermistor cables - Corrupted GCODE - Bad SD card