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Artillery Hornet

Artillery Hornet
  • Usable Filament Diameter

    1.75 mm

  • Max Recommended Printing Speed

    100 mm/s

  • Build Area

    220 mm x 220 mm x 250 mm

  • Layer Height

    0.1 - 0.32 mm

Product Overview

The Artillery Hornet is a dual extruder, Bowden-style 3D printer that delivers high-quality prints at 100 mm/s. The printer comes with a heated bed and a tempered glass build plate, which is calibrated to be parallel to the nozzle. With its large build area of 220 mm x 220 mm x 250 mm, you're able to create bigger objects and more detailed designs, while the resolution of 0.05 mm makes it perfect for smaller prints. The Hornet also has a high extruder temperature of 240 ºC, which allows for faster printing speeds and better detail.

Artillery Hornet Specification


There's a Bowden extruder inside.

This Bowden extruder means that the extruder is mounted on the frame of the actual printer rather than the tip. The filament then travels through a PTFE tube to reach the hot end, and out onto the print.

Extruder Type

The printer can use Volcano nozzles.

The usable filament diameter is a 1.75 mm diameter.

There are 1 extruders in the printer. Having more than one extruder attached to the printer can help you print material faster, as the printer can focus on multiple elements at once.

The recommended maximum printing speed is 100 mm/s. This printing speed can affect the quality of the print, so make sure this speed falls within ranges you would like.

You'll get a 220 mm x 220 mm x 250 mm in the Artillery Hornet, so make sure everything you want to print fits in this. You can make do by making your print in pieces, and then assembling, however, sometimes you'll just need a larger build area.

The build plate is made from tempered glass.

Usable Filament Diameter
1.75 mm
Build Plate Material
tempered glass
Max Power Consumption
350 W
Build Area
220 mm x 220 mm x 250 mm
Max. Nozzle Temperature
240 ºC
Number of Extruders
Build Plate Leveling System
manual Leveling
Open Filament System
Max Build Plate Temperature
80 ºC
Layer Height
0.1 - 0.32 mm
Total Mass Overall Dimensions
470 mm x 450 mm x 510 mm
0.05 mm
Build Chamber During Process
Max Recommended Printing Speed
100 mm/s
USB Port
Hepa Filter
7.8 kg
470 mm x 450 mm x 510 mm
AC: 110 V - 220 V (50/60 Hz)
Total Weight
7.8 kg

Where to buy the Artillery Hornet

The lowest price is $179.99 for the Artillery Hornet, available from multiple sites. The 6 purchase links we have analyzed have revealed an average price of $292.

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Reviews of the Artillery Hornet


Based on 3 reviews

Artillery Hornet 3D printer review
  • - 3.9
The Artillery Hornet is an excellent 3D filament printer for its price range. The results have excellent quality, it’s silent, and it is easy to assembly. It is a wise choice for hobbyists who are beginning their 3D printing journey. Before purchasing, you should consider that is a basic printer without filament run-out sensor nor leveling sensors. Also, there were several failed attempts until I got the first successful print. Printing with TPU is quite difficult, which is a huge disadvantage for drone hobbyist that want to print spare parts in the comfort of their home.
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A Flashy Printer for Beginners
  • - 3
Artillery has squeezed in some desirable features, mostly hardware that’s also present on its other products, that make the printer easy to use for new entrants into the 3D printer scene. It does come at the cost of limited (or at least difficult) upgradability and expensive replacement parts. But, at the low total system cost, it should still be appealing to newbies who are hoping to limit the amount of hardware tweaking needed to get their printer in good working order.
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Budget 3D Printer from Artillery
  • - 4.2
I can’t say the Artillery Hornet is a bad machine because the print quality will contradict me. Overall, it’s a great alternative to the Ender 3 V2 which is probably its main competitor, and if you look at the Hornet from this perspective, is a great budget machine and the winner in this comparison. But if you like the Artillery Hornet and you plan to purchase it, I highly recommend you also check the Artillery Genius before ordering because you might find the ladder to be a bit more feature-rich and availability is currently better.
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