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Multiple Perfection, Desktop 3D Printer   DISON H700


This User Manual is designed to 
help you start your experience with 
3DISION H700. In order to achieve 
great results, you will need to ex-
periment and tinker. That’s why it’s 
so crucial to take the time to learn 
about your new machine. In this 
User Manual, you will learn the ba-
sics of the 3DISON H700, as well as 
how to unpack it safely and get it set up. 
Okay. Let’s get it started.



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3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

A. Safety Information                                                                                                                     
B.  Welcome to 3DISON H700!   
  B1  About 3DISON H700                                                                                                                    
  B2  3DISON H700 Overview                                                                                                                                        
C. Unpacking and setting up 3DISON H700   
  C1  Unpacking your 3DISON H700                                                                                                                                           
  C2  Setting up your 3DISON H700                                                                                                                                           
D. Getting started: Filament Loading and Leveling the printing bed 
  D1  Filament Loading and Unloading                                                                                                                                      
  D2  Leveling the printing bed                                                                                                                                 
E.   Making a print with CreatorK 8
 E1  CreatorK 8 Overview                                                                                                                                        
 E2  How to use CreatorK 8                                                                                                                            
F.   Troubleshooting
 F1  Troubleshooting (FAQ)                                                                                                                                           
 F2  Support Contact                                                                                                                                         
Annex1. Exchanging the Extruder for the Metal Clay Printing  
 Installation of the Universal Extruder                                                                                                                              
 After-treatment for Metal Print-out                                                                                                                                        
Annex2. Extra Features
 Laser Engraver                                                                                                                                 
 WiFi Camera                                                                                                                                           
 Embedded Battery                                                                                                                                          













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3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

B.  Welcome to ∃DISON H700!

A. Safety Information


  The 3DISON H700 generates high temperatures and includes moving parts that 


can cause injury. Never reach inside 3DISON H700 while it is in operation. 


  There is a risk of shock. This product is not user serviceable.


  Do not leave the 3DISON H700 unattended during operation.


  Using the laser engraver requires instruction from the salesperson. 


Thus, not instructed user is prohibited to use the function. 


  Wearing protective glasses is recommended before using the laser engraver. 


  When opening the 3DISON H700 for service, ensure that the power supply 


 turned off and the cord is disconnected from the wall socket.


  Only use power supply provided with your 3DISON H700.


  Do not print using materials that have not been approved by ROKIT. 


  The socket outlet must be located near the equipment and must be easily  


KC, CE, FCC certification - 3DISON H700 is certificated by KC, CE, and FCC which 
indicates that 3DISON H700 meets the requirements of customer protection on 
safety, health, and environment in Korea, European, and the U.S.

B1.  About 3DISON H700

  3DISON H700 is a desktop 3D printer based on the fused filament fabrication (FFF) meth-
od. 3DISON H700 is a world-class Desktop 3D printer boasting up to 25 micron(0.025 mm) 
of superfine layer and speed of 1000mm/sec. 3DISON H700 features versatility when it 
comes to wider options of materials such as metal paste as well as filament types just by 
interchanging its extruder. 
  Besides, 3DISON H700 performs the function of cutting or carving with the laser engrav-
. This printer also comes with an internal WiFi Camera enabling monitoring in different 
locations and embedded back-up battery in case of power failures.

※ FFF method : This method works by laying down consecutive layers of material at high 

temperatures allowing the adjacent layers to cool and bond together before the next layer 
is deposited.



Method of printing

Maximum Build Size

Printing Speed

Hot-end(nozzle) Size

Layer Resolution

Positioning Precision

Printing Material

Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)

41.6 ℓ (290mmX205mmX700mm)
40mm/sec ~ 1000mm/sec 

(* the speed of 1000mm/sec is possible in acceleration mode)

0.4mm, 0.6mm (an 0.2mm nozzle additionally provided)

25 ~ 600micron (100~300micron recommended)

X, Y : 11micron,  Z : 2.5micron 

- Spool Type:

PLA, ABS, Nylon, Flexible-plastic, HIPS, PVA, Heat-resistant PLA, 

Wood, Stone, Engineering-plastic(Thermoplastic) etc.

- Paste Type:

Metal Paste(Silver, Bronze, Copper), Chocolate Paste etc.

(*Please visit our website as often as possible and meet newly added and improved 
materials which are optimized to 3D desktop printer 3DISON. 
http://en.3disonprinter.com/ )


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3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

B.  Welcome to ∃DISON H700O!

B2.  3DISON H700 Overview

Front view

Back view


Side view

Upper view




B.  Welcome to ∃DISON H700!







Shaft Thickness

Belt/ Pulley

Internal LED Lighting

LED for checking 
operation of the
heated bed

Inner Thermometer

Laser Engraver

Monitoring WiFi Camera

Embedded Battery

Control Program

Operating System

Compatible File Format




Average Operational Noise

Dual Extruder System,

Universal Extruder

X : 8mm,  Y, Z : 12mm

2GT Belt / Pulley




(for checking 

the working status)





 Storage Temperature

 Extruder Temperature

10℃ ~ 40℃

190℃ ~ 300℃ or more

Physical Dimensions

 Frame Dimension

Total shipping weight


32.5 kg


Windows, Mac OS X


100 ~ 220v, 50/60Hz

24v, 9.0A

Stand-alone SD card 

USB Cable

About 50 dBA.


LCD thermometer of the heated bed    

Printing bed 


Roof case 

 LCD keypad  

Arrows and OK button 

SD Card slot    USB drive port   

Power socket        Power switch 




















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3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

C1.  Unpacking your 3DISON H700


Printer body

Filament spool 

(700g/1EA) x 2 

SD card  

User manual

User manual


engraver Kit

Embedded Battery

Power supply        

Hex wrench


USB cable         



WIFI Camera

(+LAN cable, 

Installation CD)

PET tape     


Power cable       

C. Unpacking and Setting up ∃DISON H700

C. Unpacking and Setting up ∃DISON H700

C1.  Unpacking your 3DISON H700

1. Open the box containing 3DISON H700. Then 
you will see a foam case containing accessories.
Remove this foam case and check what is in it.

NOTE: You can download a PDF copy of this User 

Manual on our website.

2. Carefully remove a cardboard and protective 
air bag covering the body of 3DISON H700, and 
now you should see a glimpse of your 3DISON 
H700. Take the box with the accessories out and 
check what is in the box.

3. Now you finally set it down on a stable surface. 

NOTE: Do not discard the box and protective air 

bags. Save these - they will be handy if you ever 

need to transport the printer in the future.




DISON H700 Printer  

Tool Kit
Filament Box


Printer Body

PET Tape, Hex Wrench, Grease, Spanner, SD Card(4G)

Filament Spool x 2 (700g/ 1 EA ) 

Power Supply and Cable, USB Cable, Spare nozzle Tweezers for removal

Universal Extruder(for Paste-type Printing)

Laser Kit, WIFI Camera, Embedded Battery


Please visit our website to purchase additional printing materials and accessories.


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3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

C2.  Setting up your 3DISON H700

1. Make sure the power switch is Off. Locate the 
power cord and plug it into the power input port at 
the back of the 3DISON H700. Plug the power cord 
into an electrical outlet.

NOTE: The socket outlet must be located near the 

equipment and must be easily accessible. 

2. The on/off button (‘– | O’) of the 3DISON H700 is
located in the upper part on the back of the machine. 
The ’O’ represents off and the ‘–’ represents on. 
When the switch ON ‘–’ the 3DISON H700 is turned 
on and should start up. Press the power button to 

NOTE: It is recommended to turn off the 

3DISON H700 when it is NOT in use. 

3. Once you see the LCD display as shown in the
picture, load filament and then level your the print-
ing bed for the first time. You can load or unload fila-
ment, or adjust the horizontality of the printing bed 
by selecting the concerned menu Utilities.

Tip. LCD Display


Four Arrow buttons surround a central OK button. 

Use the arrows to navigate through the LCD menus 


OK button is to make selections.


The left arrow often allows you to go back or 

cancel an action.

C. Unpacking and Setting up ∃DISON H700

Display Menu Introduction

1. Create from SD : To load a file from SD Card

2. Preheat : To preheat the hot-end(nozzle) 


- Extruder : by setting On/Off you can start preheating of the extruder


- Platform : by setting On/Off you can start preheating of the print bed

3. Utilities : It will lead to 12 different options for hardware. You do not want to change the 

settings without any specific explanation because they are only for developers or after-

sales service


- Monitor mode : it shows current temperature of the extruder and printing status


- Filament loading : to put the filament into the extruder or pull it out of the extruder 


- Preheat settings : to set up temperature and the printing bed 


- Level Build Plate : to manually level the printing bed 


- Pre-leveling : to level the printing bed before starting Auto-leveling 


- Home Axes : To default the position of X, Y, Z axis 


- Bot Statistics : Shows the operation time spent printing. 


- Life Time: Total operation time of 3DISON H700 


  - Last Print: Last build time 


  - Filament: Total amount of filament used (in meter) 


  - Fil. Trip: Amount of filament used for the last build (in meter) 


- Filament Odometer : Not only this shows the filament information, but also you can de 


fault the trip value here.


- Life: Total amount of filament used (in meter, unable to reset) 


  - Trip: Amount of filament used for the last build   (in meter) 


- General Settings : To configure sound, LED color or etc 


  - Ditto Printing Off 


  - Override GCTemp OFF 


   - Pause with heat OFF 


   - Sound ON/OFF


  - Heat LEDs ON/OFF 


   - LED Color :to change LED colors. 


   - Accelerate : To accelerate the extruder speed  


   - Extruders : To choose SINGLE or DOUBLE depending on 3DISON H700 


  - Extruder Hold ON/OFF 


  - HBP Installed NO 


  - Tool Offset Sys NEW 


   - Check SD Reads YES 


   - P-Stop Control OFF 


- Profile 


- Home Offsets 


- Jog Mode : To control manually the location of the extruder and the build platform 


 * Press the 3D button to go back to the main menu 


- Disable Steppers : To stop the motor. 


-  Enable Steppers : To start the motor.


- Blink LEDs : To make LED lamp flickering 


- Calibrate Nozzles 


- Restore Settings :To initialize 3DISON H700


- Eeprom 


- Version Information : It shows the firmware version. 

C. Unpacking and Setting up ∃DISON H700


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3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

D1.  Filament Loading and Unloading

1. Go to the LCD panel and select Utilities > Fila-
ment Loading.
 Select Load Right or  Load Left 
depending on which side you want to load the 
filament. Then the extruder will start preheating. 

2. When the extruder is completely heated with 
the alarm, put the filament spool into the roof case 
and insert the filament into the hole in the middle 
of the roof case.

NOTE: Put left filament into the front hole and right 

filament into back hole on the roof case.

3. After opening the front door, check to see if the 
inserted filament is in, then locate the extruder to 
the middle. 

4. Push the filament into the blue cap on the extruder 
by pressing the spring block until you feel the motor 
pulling in it. Wait until you see the filament coming 
out from the extruder nozzle. 

NOTE:  Please  make  sure  to  keep  the  end  of 
curved filament straight before inserting.

5. Press OK button to stop loading.  

When loading

D. Getting started:


Filament Loading and Leveling the Printing Bed 

D1.  Filament Loading and Unloading (Continued)

1. To remove the filament from the extruder, select 
Utilities>Filament Loading and select Unload 
 or Unload Left depending on which side 
you want to remove the filament.

2. When the extruder is completely heated with an 
alarm, locate the extruder to the middle.

3. Pull the filament out of the extruder with the 
spring block pressed.

4. Press the OK button to stop unloading.

When Unloading

D. Getting started:


Filament Loading and Leveling the Printing Bed


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3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

D. Getting started:


Filament Loading and Leveling the Printing Bed

D2. Leveling the Printing Bed

  Leveling before 3D printing is so crucial that it can influence the quality of the print-out. If the 
printing bed is too far from the extruder’s nozzles, or if one part of the bed is farther away from the 
nozzles than another part, your 3D prints might not stick to the bed.
  Meanwhile, if the printing bed is too close to the extruder’s nozzles, the bed can block the filament 
from extruding from the nozzles. This can also scratch the printing bed and tear the PET tape on it.

When using Standard Leveling (manually adjusting)

2. Select Utilities > Standard Leveling on the
display menu.

3. Level the printing bed by adjusting the round 
knobs each time when the extruder reaches to 
the front, rear, left, right and center in sequence. 
(Press the OK button so that the extruder move to 
another point.)



At this time, it is important that you should turn 

the round knobs as same degree as possible at 

the same time using both hands. 


If knobs are turned to the left, the gap between 

the nozzle and the printing bed will increase. If 

knobs are turned to the

 right, the gap between 

the nozzle and the printing bed will decrease.

4. Upon completion of adjusting the round knobs each time when the nozzle reaches to 
the printing bed in sequence, pull forward the A4 size paper and if the A4 size paper touches 
the nozzle and slides with feeling of a little bit scratching, leveling has been completed. 
Press OK button to finish the leveling.

NOTE:  In CreatorK, uncheck the mark in the Auto-leveling item when generating Gcode.

1. Press the power button to start to adjust the 
horizontality of the printing bed. Open the front 
door and put a sheet of A4 paper onto the printing 
bed before manual leveling.

NOTE: The thickness of A4 size paper is about 

0.1mm and this paper is used in leveling the bed 

to  keep  0.1mm  space  between  the  nozzle  and 

the printing bed.

D2. Leveling the Printing Bed (Continued)

When using Auto-Leveling

D. Getting started:


Filament Loading and Leveling the Printing Bed

1. Place the A4 size paper first before using 
Auto-leveling functions. Select Utilities > Auto-
 in the display menu.

NOTE: The thickness of A4 size paper is about 

0.1mm and this paper is used in leveling the bed 

to  keep  0.1mm  space  between  the  nozzle  and 

the printing bed.

3. Insert the SD Card on the top of the printer and 
select the file on LCD panel. It starts to print with 
auto leveling function.

NOTE: In CreatorK, check the mark in the 

Auto-leveling item when generating Gcode.

2.  When the extruder comes to the center, adjust 
4 round knobs while trying to pull forward the A4 
paper to verify the space as the same manner as 
Standard Leveling (See item 4 in page 14). 



In case of using Auto-Leveling, it is okay to level 

the center of the printing bed only before use 

unlike Standard Leveling.


It is recommendable to use Standard Leveling 

one  time  in  10  times  of  Auto-leveling,  or  when 

physical shock occurs to the printing bed.


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3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

3DISON H700 User Manual V.1

E. Making a print with CreatorK 8

E1.  CreatorK 8 Overview

   Rokit Inc. has developed CreatorK 8 to help its users to easily convert STL and OBJ files 
into G Code, X3G format that can be 3D printed with this 3D printer. 
You can always expect the best output by changing a variety of settings on CreatorK 8.

Generating G-code 

Save into SD Card 


: When you connect your computer and CreatorK8 with USB cable



: When you want to print out the x3g file directly  through USB cable


Generating G code to use 

Laser Engraver

Menu Bar Overview

E2.  How to use CreatorK 8

Installing CreatorK 8

1. Run “CreatorK V8 Install” setup file.

E. Making a print with CreatorK 8

2. Follow the directions to install the software. The 
installation of Python 2.7.6 and USB driver is 
automatically implemented at the same time.  

※ Python : It is one of the widely used program-

ming languages which enable the slicing program 

named Skeinforge to activate. 

3. Go to the Desktop and you can see the “Crea-
torK” generated. Once you opened CreatorK 8, se-
lect Machine > Machine Type. You should select 
corresponding Machine Type of 3DISON+ single, 
3DISON H700.

4. In order to select the language displayed on this software, please refer to the below 
images(it shows how to change Korean into English). Finally, close the CreatorK 8 and 
restart it. Now CreatorK will be ready to use.


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E. Making a print with CreatorK 8

E2.  How to use CreatorK 8 (Continued)

  Basically, it is recommended to use SD card to save .x3g file for 3D printing for safety in
case of power outage. However, you can also print directly on your CreatorK by connecting 
your computer to the printer with the USB cable without saving and using SD card. 

Connecting to Printer on CreatorK 8

1. Connect your computer to the printer with the 
USB cable. 

2. Go Select Machine >Connection(Serial Port) 
and choose one of the detected serial ports on 
the same menu bar. 

NOTE : If you are using Windows 8 and want to 

connect the computer and printer, please visit 

Rokit Inc’s website and refer to the instruction to 

install a driver to use this function.

3. After choosing your serial port, click the Con-
nect button on the menu bar.

4. Connect to your printer by clicking ”Build” 
button to start your printing.

E. Making a print with CreatorK 8

1. Select File > Open and choose STL file you want to 3D print. Otherwise you can just drag 
and drop the 3D image file into CreatorK 8.
2. When the file appears, you can adjust the size and the position of the object using the 

icons below on the menu bar.

Tip. If you push “Ctrl Z” it will undo the last function. The opposite of Ctrl Z is “Ctrl Y” 

which commands reverses the undo.

Mirror function

If you want to change x, y, z’s mirror, click and put the mouse pointer on the 
box. Click right mouse button, and you can adjust x, y, z mirrors.


You can adjust the size using this magnifying glass icon. By dragging up and 
down mouse, you can rescale the object. And when you click on the platform, 
you can rescale the object to the maximum size. If you enter one, the others 
will change in proportion.

Rotation change

Using this circle arrow icon, you can rotate the object as you wish to print 

out. When clicking the right mouse button, you can see the screen below. 

You can rotate the object by X, Y, Z axis or by dragging it with the left mouse 


※ NOTE : Depending on the rotation, the quality of objects may vary. The support is created

 automatically if the tilting degree of the angle is at least 45°. So this process is very important.

Position change

Using the 4 arrow icon, you can move the object. After clicking this button, 

you can adjust the position using direction keyboards.(It moves 1mm per 

click) And you can also move the position of the object using right button 

of the mouse. When clicking right mouse button, you can see x, y, z and 

center of the platform. You should choose center of platform every time 

you print out.

※ NOTE : Since 3DISON is based on a FFF(Fused Filament Fabrication) method in the 3D printer, 

the object piles up in layers on the plate. Therefore, if it is not fixed upon the surface, you may not 

get the result you expected.

E2.  How to use CreatorK 8 (Continued)

Generating G-code


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E. Making a print with CreatorK 8

E2.  How to use CreatorK 8 (Continued)

3. Once you finished, click on the G-code icon on the 
far left to generate G-code. Then a pop-up window will      
show up to save or not to save the .stl file which you    
have edited in location or size etc. After this, you can 
see this display.

Tip. 3DISON’s  software CreatorK 8 is based on the Skeinforge, 
which has a plenty of settings. We are providing about 9 
appropriate  printing  options  so  that  any  users  can  set  up  the 
profile easily. 
But, please note that you should enter each settings unless 
you choose a specific printing option. (Uncheck the mark in the 
Advanced Setting item.)

Following are specific explanations about the items 
you should set up before generating G-code. Your 
print-out’s quality and time will be affected.
1) Printing Option 

There are basic profiles optimized to print out what you want conveniently.


(suggested but not required)

 If you don’t want to use these printing option, generate your own printing 


option by selecting GCode-Edit Slicing Profiles and clicking any profile and Copy.


 ①High Speed : 0.2 mm layer height for big-sized object 


 - 700 mm/sec on 3dison Pro and 3dison H700


 - 300 mm/sec on 3dison Multi


 Standard : 0.2 mm layer height for mid-sized object 


  - 100 mm/sec on 3dison Pro and 3dison H700


  - 100 mm/sec on 3dison Multi


 High-Precision : 0.05 mm layer height for small-sized object 


 - 40 mm/sec on 3dison Pro and 3dison H700


 - 40 mm/sec on 3dison Multi


 Supreme-Precision : 0.025 mm layer height for small sized  and smooth surface


  - 40 mm/sec on 3dison Pro and 3dison H700


  - 40 mm/sec on3dison Multi 

 The thinner the layer height the more the time is required to finish 3D printing


 Laser : to cut 3 mm-thick acryl and 2 mm-thick plywood


 Metal(Silver), ⑦ Metal (bronze), ⑧Metal (Cooper), ⑨ Metal (Steel) 



E. Making a print with CreatorK 8

E2.  How to use CreatorK 8 (Continued)

None :

 3DISON H700 would not build support, but only raft.

Exterior Support :

 Choose if there is a space between the bottom surface of the ob-

ject and the plate.

Full Support :

 Choose if there is a space in the middle of the object.

(Right after 
removing a raft 
and supports)

(Before removing a raft and supports)

Tip.  According  to  how  you  locate  the 

object, different shape of supports will be 

printed. Minimizing supports as possible 

leads to better results as well as saving 

the material used for support.

3) Use Auto Leveling  You can choose auto leveling function optionally. If you want to  


adjust the printing bed manually, don’t check the box.

4) Advanced Settings  If you check advanced setting box, you can find several setting  


options for printing. There are four categories in this advanced setting.

2) Support


 Object Infill (%)


You can enter a number between 10 and 100 to fill inside. 

Tip. It determines the density. If the density is not an important 
factor, you may set it up to less than 50 to save the overall printing 
time and material.

 Layer Height (mm)


You can enter a number between 0.05 and 0.3 for layer height.

Tip. The higher the layer is, the less the printing time. It is recom-
mend-able for you to enter the number of over 0.1 mm in this item.

 Number of Shells


You can enter a number from 0 to 3 to determine the thickness 


of outer cover and it depends on the object infill settings. When 


you don’t want to make a shell, you should fill 100% inside. 

Tip. When you want to enter ‘0’ for shell, you should fill ‘100%’ inside.

Full Support

Exterior Support



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E. Making a print with CreatorK 8

E2.  How to use CreatorK 8 (Continued)

 Feedrate (mm/s) 


This shows how fast the extruder moves per second when it prints. You can choose between 20 and 1000. 


The lower the speed, the less the vibration and the output has smoother surface. The speed of 80~100 is 


 Travel Feedrate


This shows how fast the extruder moves per second when it does not print. The same number of feed rate 


is recommended.

 Print Temperature


This determines the extruder’s temperature at which the filament is melted. The temperature is variable  


depending on the materials. 195-215℃  for PLA, 235-250 ℃  for ABS recommended. 

 Heat Bed Temperature

 70-80℃ for PLA, 145-150 ℃ for ABS. 

  When you use different diameter of filaments, you should input corresponding diameters.



  Click ‘Set Default Value’ if you want to change values which were changed in Advanced  
  Settings to initial set value. 

  It indicates nozzle’s diameter. 3DISON H700 applies 3 different nozzle diameters :       
  0.2mm, 0.4mm and 0.6mm. You should select corresponding diameters when using     
  different nozzles.


4. After setting all the options, click generate G-code 
button which is at the bottom of the pop-up. And 
then you can see G-code build process screen. This 
process is a slicing process enabling 3DISON to 3D 
print the STL 3D image.

5. Once finished this work, SD card icon color will 
change, indicating G-code has been generated suc-
cessfully. And then click the SD-Card button to save 
the file in the SD Card.(.x3g)

E. Making a print with CreatorK 8

E2.  How to use CreatorK 8 (Continued)

Printing with Dual nozzle system

 1. Prepare two STL or OBJ files which compose a 
single object. Click G-code bar on the top of the 
window. Click Merge.stl for Dual Extrusion to 
merge into one g-code file. 

NOTE : You CANNOT use support function in the 

dual nozzle system. For two files cannot mesh with 

each other if the supports are printed.

2. Choose two of each files(①, ②) you want to merge and designate the location to save. 
Then create the name of the G-code file to be generated. Then click merge button.  You will 
see the two pop-up windows that settings must be made separately. 


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F.  Troubleshooting and Maintenance

F1.  Troubleshooting (FAQ)



There are a few causes to prevent filaments from coming out well. One of the most common causes is 

when is clogged. When this happens, set the extruder temperature higher than 240℃ at [Utilities] > [Preheat 

Setting], and use [Preheat] function of display menu to melt the filaments accumulated inside the nozzle, 

whereby the nozzle can be unclogged. (Reduce the extruder temperature again after use). 

If the method mentioned above fails to solve the problem, use a hex wrench to unscrew the two bolts po-

sitioned at an upper surface of the extruder and the two bolts positioned at a lower surface of the extruder, 

separate the two parts and check if filament scraps clog the nozzle hole. Next, unclog the nozzle hole using 

a long unfolded clip or a smallest hex wrench provided at the time of purchase while the extruder is under a 

preheated state (do the separation work while the power is turned off after preheat. Malfunction may occur if 

fan separation work is performed while the extruder is under the preheat state) 


If the printed material is not properly stuck to the output board, or if the printed material is not prop-

erly outputted, it means that there is a problem in a gap between the nozzle and the output board. If this 

problem occurs, select [Utilities] > [Standard Leveling], adjust round knobs underneath the printing bed, and 

properly adjust the gap between the printing bed and the nozzle. This problem can be easily solved if Auto 

Leveling function of EDISON H700 is used (See page 15).


The temperature of the printing bed may also be a cause preventing the printed object from being 

properly attached to the printing bed, which can be solved by setting a proper temperature of heated bed 

catering to the material to be used. In general, the temperature for PLA is in the range of 60℃ ~ 80℃, and the 

temperature of ABS requires a bed temperature of above 110℃.


Malfunction may also occur when the gear extruding the filament is not properly operated. If malfunc-

tion occurs, dismantle the extruder, and remove the wastes accumulated on the gear using a brush such as 

tooth brush, then the problem can be solved. 


It is also important to set the extruder temperature according to material. If the extruder temperature 

is too high or too low, the material may hold together, or may not be properly solved to prevent a smooth 

output. Be sure to check the proper temperature according to the used material.

Q. What if the filament is not properly discharged? 

Q. What if the printed material is not properly stuck to the printing bed? 

F.  Troubleshooting and Maintenance

F1.  Troubleshooting (FAQ)



A1  It is important to control an ambient temperature of printed object under FFF method in 
which filaments are melted and stacked at a high temperature and stacked. When an ambient tem-
perature of printed material is low, shrinkage might happen, and it may also occur if no heat exceed-
ing a predetermined temperature is applied to the output board depending on used material. In 
order to prevent shrinkage, the temperature inside the printer must be maintained at a predeter-
mined level or the temperature of output board must be adjusted according to used material. 

A1  The dedicated 3DISON’s software (CreatorK) is an optimized program to enable a simple 
setting 3D printing whereby no design correction is allowed.  Manufacturing and designing of 3D 
modeling file must use 3D design program. 

A1  Dedicated 3DISON’s software (CreatorK) supports Window and Mac operating systems. These 
operating systems can easily be installed and used.

A1  STL file that is identical to the existing 3D modeling file is required. However, the modeling 
must be performed in such a manner that a shape to be cut be done in a linear format of 1mm 
width, and a thickness to be cut be three times thicker. The modeled STL file can be easily used by 
selecting a laser mode on Creator K. 

Q. What if the printed object is generated with shrinkage?    

Q.Is design also available from the dedicated 3DISON’s software (CreatorK)? 

Q. Can MAX OS X use the dedicated 3DISON software (CreatorK)? 

Q. What types of 3D files are required to use the laser engraver?

※ Temperature inside the printer may change depending on the season and surrounding 



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F1.  Troubleshooting (FAQ)

F2.  Contract Support


A1  We recommend that you use a certified genuine filament in order to guarantee a stable out-
put and product protection. You might not be able to get after-sales service benefits if non-genuine 
filament is used.

For service assistance after purchase, please contact us to the phone number or email below.
T : +82-2-867-0182
F : +82-2-865-0182
Email : 3dison@rokit.co.kr

Please refer to our website for more information and latest news and questions regarding 
our products on our website. (http://en.3disonprinter.com/)

A1  The metal material is provided in a paste type in a dedicated cartridge, not in the filament 
type. Various materials may be outputted including a metal material and chocolate by replacing an 
extruder part from which material is extruded.   

Q. Is it possible to use material purchased from other companies? 

Q. Is it possible to print in filament format using a metal material?

Annex1. Exchanging the Extruder for the Metal Clay Printing 

3DSION Metal Clay Printing

What’s in the METAL KIT


  This metal kit comes with the printer. Final product is made by the process of 3D printing 
the metal clay through the nozzle and then firing the metal clay. For this interesting 3D 
printing, you should first open the metal kit.

1 Universal Extruder 
(it consists of syringe in which metal clay is contained and an extruder which discharges 
required quantity)
1 Ceramic tile (used as print bed)
1 Motor cable
1 Stainless steel brush (for processing after firing) 
1 Nozzle
1 Extended stopper (for the limited switch)

※  Visit  our  website  to  purchase  additional  accessories  (metal  clay  syringes,  coal 
crumbs, cube box etc.) and get further information on metal clay 3D printing.

-   Metal clay syringes : Silver/ Bronze/ Copper/ Steel
-   Coal crumbs (carbon for preventing the metal binder from meeting with Oxygen)
-   Cube box (for containing coal crumbs with the metal clay printout when firing) 

Universal Extruder

Mini Electric Kiln

Cube box

Coal crumbs

Extruder Stopper

Motor Cable

Stainless Stell Mrush


Ceramic Tile


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3DSION Metal Clay Printing

1. How to install and use extruder

 First, open the box and take the metal extruder 

out of the box. Release 2 bolts on the base part and 
separate the extruder installed in 3DISON H700. 
Pull all of the cables out of the PCB and keep the 
bunch of nozzles separately.

 Install the metal extruder by fastening the bolts 

with a hex wrench. Connect supplied motor cables 
to the motor and PCB. 

③ Take the syringe out of the box and insert the
syringe in the installing part of the extruder and

NOTE : Check if discharging goes well by pressing 

the piston to take about 4~5cm of clay.

Turn the biggest gear to the front as shown in the 

image so that the belt will be as tight aspossible.

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3DSION Metal Clay Printing

 Attach the Extended Stopper to the lower part of Z 

axis to make the printing bed stop at the fixed distance 
for metal printing. (Use stopper in the image1 for 3DISON 
Multi and use stopper in the image2 for 3DISON H700. 
They differ in length.)



Put the ceramic tile on the bed after save x3g. file 

in the SD card. Select file to print and start printing.

NOTE : In case the thickness of layer is out of the 

range 0.7~1mm when printing, adjust the thickness 

by re-tuning the leveling. Or tighten the bolt (small 

set screw in the gear) using a supplied hex wrench 

makes  thicker  layer  and  releasing  the  bolt  makes 

thinner layer.





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3DSION Metal Clay Printing

2. How to do a after-treatment for metal print-out : Firing method after 3D printing



  Take out printed clay with the tile and dry it for 24 hours by natural drying or dry it by 

warming for at least 1 hour using hair dryer or dry it by heating in the mini toaster oven for 
10 minutes in 200°C. Print-out which has been completely dried and cooled down can be 
detached from the tile easily.

NOTE : Be careful that print-out which is not completely dry, might be difficult  to get com-

plete firing and liable to crumble.

  Put the dried print-out in the electric kiln and set temperature at 780°C and fire it for 10 

minutes. Then silver clay changes into fine silver. Switch off the kiln and open the door to 
cool down the heat enough before taking the print-out out of the kiln.

NOTE : Mini electric kiln which ROKIT Inc. provides or any electric kiln which can be heated 

up to 980°C  can be used but quality of fired output may vary depending on the kiln. 

NOTE : Use tongs or wear gloves when take the sample out of the kiln to avoid scald.

 As the surface of the print-out taken out of the kiln has binder powder on it, brush off 

the surface using stainless steel brush provided in the kit box and silvery product will be 

NOTE : Brush thoroughly every corner for completion.

Annex1. Exchanging the Extruder for the Metal Clay Printing 

3DSION Metal Clay Printing


  Take out output clay with the tile and dry it for 24 hours by natural drying or dry it by 

warming for at least 1 hour using a dryer. Print-out has been completely dried can be 
detached from the tile easily.

 Prepare firing for dried sample using cube and carbon which are optional items. Build 

up about 3cm of carbon on the cube and put the sample on it and bury the sample entirely 
by pouring carbon on the sample as much as possible and then close the cover.






NOTE : Cube and carbon are recyclable (only the part which has not changed into white 

ash by oxidation). 



Be careful of scald when use toast oven or kiln and especially, in case the output has been 

fired in kiln, cool the output enough by opening the door at least an hour before take the 

printed object out of the kiln.

When you print in the tile after dry in toast oven, the output will not be separated easily unless 

you cool it enough so cool it for at least 30 minutes before you separate the output and then 

put it on wire mesh and put in the kiln.






* Aftersetat130°C,










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Annex2. Extra Features

            (Laser Engraver / WiFi Camera / Embedded Battery)

Laser Engraver


1. How to install


Power must be off before installation for your 


 Separate the existing extruder connector and 

PCB connector.

Release connecting two bolts between the noz-

zle mount and the existing extruder using a hex 
wrench and then separate.

Assemble the laser mount in the right direction 

on the separated nozzle mount and fix it using a 
connecting bolt.

Laser Engraver

Switch on power after connecting the laser 

connector to the PCB connector.

Insert the laser nozzle bar into the laser mount 

and fix it.

WARNING : Do NOT disassemble the laser mounted in the aluminum socket. This is de-

signed for user’s  safety. A laser is a light source that can be dangerous to people exposed 

to it. Even low power lasers can be hazardous to a person’s   eyesight.

NOTE : Before exchanging the existing extruder, please make sure that the hot end reaches 

the printing bed. 

1. How to use

Put the plywood or acrylic plate to cut on the 

printing bed of the printer.

Perform 3D modeling for the shape to cut in line 

of 0.4mm width and store the 3D modeling in STL 
file format. 
The height of the object on 3D modeling should be 
1 mm.

NOTE : In using this laser engraver, it is possible to 

cut a maximum 3 mm-high acryl and a maximum 

2 mm-high plywood.

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            (Laser Engraver / WiFi Camera / Embedded Battery)


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Laser Engraver

 Import worked .stl file after execute CreatorK 8 

and click G-code generating button on the top.

 Select Laser Mode in Printing Option and click 

Generate Gcode

Transfer the generated Gcode to another Gcode 

optimized to use the laser function by clicking 
Laser Icon.

Save the generated Gcode for laser use in the 

format of x3g in SD Card. Then directly insert it in 
the printer and turn on the printer. 

NOTE : Go to Utilities < Laser Blinking to check if 

laser works properly or not. This blinking lasts for 5 


NOTE : Before using the laser engraver, make sure 

that ‘Standard Leveling’ has been completed. 

(refer to page 13)

Annex2. Extra Features

            (Laser Engraver / WiFi Camera / Embedded Battery)

WiFi Camera


Click an added camera to set IPCAM for wireless 

[Camera settings] > [WIFI settings] > [WIFI Man-
 > select a currently used wireless SSID > fin-
ish by inputting PIN.

Enter [Add Camera] after execution of ‘VsCam 

app’ to input UID number attached to a rear surface 
of body, and input an initial PIN (personal identifica-
tion number) 888888. 

Download “VsCam” app using a mobile phone.

(Android and IOS are supportable) 

Connect the Internet router to WIFI Camera via 

LAN cable. About one minute of booting time is 

Annex2. Extra Features

            (Laser Engraver / WiFi Camera / Embedded Battery)

1. Connecting to your mobile


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WiFi Camera

You can check an image in real time by clicking 

the added camara to ‘VsCam app’.



The wireless connection may generate a 

problem if the Internet router SSID (wireless 

network name) is inputted with special 

characters, Hangul and/or word spacing, 

so you must check the SSID when connecting.


PIN may be changed after installation. 


About two minutes of booting time is required after removal of LAN cable connected 

to the camera.  


When the wireless SSID is not set with PIN, simply click OK button without inputting 

the PIN.

Enter Add Camera after execution of the pro-

gram to input UID number attached to a rear sur-
face of body, and input an initial PIN (personal iden-
tification number) 888888.  

Install the IP Camera Super Client by executing 

the CD enclosed in the product. 

Connect the Internet router to WIFI Camera via 

LAN cable. About one minute of booting time is

2. Connecting to your computer

Annex2. Extra Features

            (Laser Engraver / WiFi Camera / Embedded Battery)

WiFi Camera

Embedded Battery

Connect the camera to the program by double 

clicking IP Camera on the right. Once you have 
checked the connection, Click a button at right of 
mouse to select [Camera Options]. 


Click [Set WIFI]>[Search Signals] on the option 

screen. Select currently used wireless SSID > click 
[Set] button > click [OK] button after inputting PIN. 
Once the message saying to disconnect LAN Cable 
appears, disconnect.




The wireless connection may generate a problem if the Internet router SSID (wireless net-

work name) is inputted with special characters, Hangul and/or word spacing, and therefore, 

it is imperative that SSID be checked when connecting.


PIN may be changed after installation.


About two minutes of booting time is required after removal of LAN cable connected to the 



When the wireless SSID is not set with PIN, simply click OK button without inputting the PIN.







Annex2. Extra Features

            (Laser Engraver / WiFi Camera / Embedded Battery)


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