Aug.28, 2013

ROKIT, a start-up in South Korea founded in 2012, launched its first desktop 3D printer "3DISON" in January 31th 2013. In June the company released an upgraded version "3DISON PLUS" which features smooth printing and 50 micron resolution.

The 3DISON+ 3D printer is equipped with 'Spring Block' extruder to minimize risk of the nozzle jamming. It uses eco-friendly and biodegradable PLA material only to ensure a harmless environment. The 3DISON+ is now priced at 1,750,000 Korean won (approx $1,560) for a start up pack, including 700g filament, Filament spool, Printing Yellow Tape, SD Card(2GB), Mechanical tools, Creator K V6 Program, User Manual, Warranty for 1 year.


  • Building Envelope: 225 x 145 x 150 mm
  • Layer thickness: 0.05~0.3mm
  • Printing Speed: 40mm/s ~ 200mm/s
  • Positioning precision: Z=0.0002mm/ XY=0.011mm
  • Printing Temperature: 215℃
  • Filament: PLA
  • Printer size: 467 x 324 x 380mm
  • Weight: 14.5kg
  • Software: Creator K

Watch below the promo video:

Below are a few 3D printed samples made on the 3DISON+:

Above: Printed in 34 hours

Printed in 25 hours

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Miroslav wrote at 1/20/2015 4:23:26 PM:

Where I can bay Edison 3d printer

Benito Mendonça wrote at 10/24/2014 4:30:42 PM:

the extruder of Makerbot Replicator 2 is very horrible !

Oscar Vilaro wrote at 6/24/2014 9:14:59 PM:

Hi, I'm in the export sales business, dealing with electronics, mostly cell phones, I'm getting calls for 3D printers, I wonder if you can supply a good reliable 3D printer, that's reasonable priced for South America, something complete, ease to set an use, right out of the box. If you can help me, will be appreciated. Thank you, Oscar Vilaro....

Tired of Begging to Distribute Makerbot wrote at 11/15/2013 1:59:12 PM:

Makerbot is a fork of the open RepRap project. The Edison+ is a fork/improvement on the Makerbot. Maybe Makerbot will wake up, lower their prices and lead times. Makerbot has 2 month lead times...gimmee a break! I'm happy that there are alternatives being developed.

lena wrote at 10/30/2013 12:03:37 PM:

Oh my gosh.... this is so cool! But isn't their a larger version that looks like an actual printer?

Tobias wrote at 8/29/2013 8:42:16 AM:

@ I think it's not a problem with open source. It's not like chinese and korean Companies would never ever ripp off a closed source product. With open source many companies have at least the dignity to admit whose design they stole.

steve wrote at 8/29/2013 6:32:58 AM:

Oh my god................................

hong wrote at 8/29/2013 3:49:58 AM:

"Made In Korea" Desktop 3D printer 3DISON Plus copy bot

Steve wrote at 8/29/2013 3:06:48 AM:

Wow...So Many Makerbot commercial patriots...~~??!

makeyou wrote at 8/29/2013 2:56:59 AM:

Almost every FFF 3D printers are copying each other. The most important thing is the quality of printed things

JD90 wrote at 8/28/2013 10:46:38 PM:

What is with this "for the first time" on the spring loaded filament drive? It's not new.

Julio wrote at 8/28/2013 4:52:31 PM:

Yeah, a copy of replicator. I also hate when manufacturers say "we only use pla to protect the environment", that is bs. They use PLA only so not have to implement a heated bed.

Verins wrote at 8/28/2013 4:21:30 PM:

Makerbot replicator 2X clone! To their credit they put in the springblock as standard while Makerbot will never see fit to upgrade their current models with the springblock, instead looking to owners to print and attach it themselves....

Adam wrote at 8/28/2013 4:08:39 PM:

This is why open source doesn't work. It's supposed to be about the sharing of knowledge, not blatant ripping off and theft.

... wrote at 8/28/2013 3:41:19 PM:

goddam copycat..

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