Hello OpenBuilds! I'm a mechatronicengineer student and together with a group of engineerstudents are going to design and build a 3D-printer that prints chocolate. We've got some design ideas and have made a few prestudies about the mechanics and constructions of 3D-printers. But i've got a problem wrapping my head around the 'lango' and types of architectures of the 3D-printers. The coordinate systems (carthesian, delta and polar types of architectures) are quite self explanatory, but i'd need some help with the types of bots out there. Is there a good overview of example what differentiates a c-bot from a d-bot, whats the pros and cons of a h-bot vs corexy. Can a c-bot utilise the h-bot belt construction? and so on. I'd be very greatful for any links, references or explanations. Also, for a 3D-chocolate printer, what construction type would you go with, and why? Thanks alot!