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Product itself is good and works great. I rated three stars only because it took much longer than expected to arrive. There were supposed to be 3 in stock when the order was placed but it ended up getting backorderd and we had to go to the printers several times. We could have ordered elsewhere and saved the hassle.
The printing is good quality. We have another Xerox printer, basically the same model but with scanning capability and i really like the quality of product. But I didn't need another scanner and I did need the automatic duplexng. The specs on this printer state this one is an automatic duplexer but it doesn't perform.
Printer was OK when working with OEM toner. Started using generic toners, good thing is you don't have to transfer OEM chips onto generic toners. However the toner must have damaged the printer, because my pictures are now smeared. Had to get rid of printer.
It isn't wireless. had to pay $50 extra for a wireless mod, that I couldn't quite figure out how to use.
The margins on this printer are way off. Up and down they were off by an eighth of an inch and almost that much sideways. I see no way to solve this and it is causing layout problems since I have to compensate for this difference in what I create. This is too much to be acceptable for me.
Me encanta mi impresora. Sólo 3 estrellas porque la resolucion al imprimir es sólo de 600x600, sale la opcion de 1200 pero al parecer no imprime con esa opcion. La calidad de impresión es buena, para los exigentes quizás se requiera mayor definicion al imprimir!
I did not realize that this model needs an adapter if you are to use it with WI FI. I have ordered the adapter. I got this model because of the great price and did not realize that it would need this additional part.
This printer work great and works reliable until poof it goes bad. Mine started printing splotches on the page of mostly black then after a few days it stopped working altogether. I did buy another one.
Ultimately, the 6510 is a printer for a small business, and it’s strictly a printer – i.e., no scanning or copying. It’s actually the brand we use where I work, and we have a few of these scattered around the office. They’re good for large, two-sided color jobs, and set up within a network fairly easily. If you’re looking for a personal printer, definitely check out Brother and HP. Both of these have served me well over the years – particularly the laser printers.
I have come to appreciate the convenience of wireless printing; however, in the case of the 6510, this is a separate option that you’re required to purchase (around $50). There’s a port on the back that you can snap it in. Nowadays, I’d think this should be standard, as it’s standard in even the lower end home models. The other options are Ethernet and a USB printer cable - neither of which come with the unit. So you have to make sure you either have one on hand from the printer your replacing, or you’ll need to purchase one. I use Synchwire’s 6.5 USB 2.0 Type A Male to B Male cord. It’s around $7.
As with many of the laser printers I’ve worked with, when printing 50+ pages at a time, it tends to heat up. And when it does, it tends to jam. Any time I had to clear it, it was fairly easy – but you have to make sure you get every.single.scrap… or you’ll keep getting the error.
Four full ink cartridges come pre-installed, so you can hit the ground running. When it’s time to replace them, search Amazon for: V4INK Compatible for the 6510 and 6515. For a laser printer, the price is really pretty good (around $55 for all 4).
The set up was a bit more of a struggle than it should have been. The hardcopy and CD instructions that came with the unit were not much help. I had to go out to the Xerox site, find the model number, and download a PDF of the instruction manual. Why wasn’t this on the disc? From there, I was to figure out how to do the driver install and get everything up and running in about 15 minutes.