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The Biggest 3D Printed Drone

During the Hannover Messe trade fair presented the biggest Drone in the world printed in FDM technology. Dron is called Duster and it is going to revolutionize agriculture and industry.

Drone Duster Flying

Duster was produced on large size printer (3D BigRep ONE). For its construction were used Elements Printed in 3D and Carbon Fiber. It is thanks to him drone on so substantial dimensions can on the one hand to lift up in the air and on the other they have an impact on its stability and Incredible Lightness.

Producers emphasize structural integrity. The tensions that arise are absorbed by the carbon fibers, both in flight and at rest. The combination of thin walls of the hollow elements printed in 3D and carbon fiber is very important for a device with these dimensions. These factors have an impact on its stability and incredible lightness.

Duster Drone

Lightness, strength and above average capacity are the most important features of a giant drone. Thanks DUSTER soon revolutionize agriculture and industry. DUSTER can be used as a universal platform for industry and agriculture. For example, you use it to spread fertilizer or spraying pesticides biological crop fields. Drone can also be used for example to sustainable wine growing.

Duster is equipped with eight electric motors, each with a power of 3.8 kW. As a result, it can carry loads up to 60 kg (130 pounds), and the expected flight time reaches approximately 40 minutes. In addition, if you equip it with additional batteries, a time that can be extended up to 70 minutes.

We love the Duster drone. We hope that the Duster will be used in industry and agriculture. Always we are pleased that drones serve the people and are used in business and profitable.

This post first appeared on Drone Magazine – Magazine About Drones, please read the originial post: here

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The Biggest 3D Printed Drone


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