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I bought this as a replacement for my Phaser 6360 DN. The older printer lasted 12 years until a power surge finally killed it. It cost over two grand new and was worth every penny. The 6510 DN costs about 10% of the older printer and is a bargain at that price. While it is not as fast as the other one, it is fast enough and I'll gladly trade saving a lot of money in exchange for a bit of speed.
Installation was mostly easy, but it took a bit to figure out how to get it to print on two sides (the reason I bought the DN instead of the base model). I ended up calling Xerox technical support to see if they could help and their expert tried the same things I tried (installing both drivers). Finally he put me on hold to ask an expert. While I was on hold, I played with the printer properties in Windows 10 and discovered the trick.
In Windows, go to the printer properties. Select the Configuration tab. Change the Duplex Module from "Not Installed" (their default, guess Xerox uses the same driver for the base model too) to "Installed". That's it - then it will print on both sides as it should.
The toner replacement seems expensive. Will try a generic and see how it works. Other than that, the printer is working great so far. A wonderful price for the printer.
(Get the DN for 2 sided printing or the DNI for 2 sided printing AND wireless connectivity. The driver is the same for the non duplex model (6510 N) so to enable 2 sided printing with the DN or DNI the optional duplex unit must be checked as “installed” in device settings or configuration tabs within printer properties.)
The 6510 has excellent color accuracy and print quality but takes some time to set up since there are 2 trays that will render different types/sizes from each as needed. So before you do anything, go to the printer control panel and set the type and size for each tray. The machine is well built but big and heavy – exactly what I wanted.
Print quality is such that I pasted my company logo into the letter and envelope templates and no longer order stock from the printing company. I do mainly letters and envelopes and load tray 1 with envelopes and 8.5 X 11 in the bypass tray. (additional capacity is available via an optional 550 sheet tray)
Configure the unique settings once then name and save as 1 touch presets for each type of print task with regard to tray selection, orientation, size/type of paper, etc. in the printing preferences driver configuration and life is good. Change the paper type setting to "Plain" on the printer's front panel controls and enter the size of paper to avoid some problems with custom sizes. You will still need to enter that data in the print driver (Printing Preferences) AND in the application you are printing from. (That means telling Word the size and orientation.)
Just an FYI, the "Plain" setting on the printer control panel seems to be the path of least resistance (except for envelopes and other special stock.) Setting it for "Letterhead" when printing 8.5 X 11 caused the copy of a 1 page document to run through twice as if it wanted to print something on the back that didn't even exist. 1 other quirk: I prefer a USB connection and the 6510 has the bonus of a 3.0 interface. BUT to view the remaining toner levels, you apparently have to use Wi-Fi or ethernet. So I connected the ethernet cable after configuring the USB to monitor the toner levels.
I prefer the V4 driver and the manual is written for V3. At first glance, I overlooked printing custom sizes in V4 and found this workaround: in the printer control panel: select the tray, type of paper, and select "custom" for the size. Specify both the portrait (length) and landscape (width). Then, File>Print>Properties>Print Settings>Paper>Other size>Fit to new paper size>Off. (The “off” setting apparently keeps you from having to reenter the custom size you just entered in the printer control panel.) Don't forget to return the printer's settings back to your normal defaults when your custom task is complete.
The 6510 replaced my 30 yr. loyalty to HP and I was concerned about the switch. (The print quality of 2 HP color laser jets eventually deteriorated into a light washed out look.) Once I invested some time reading the manual, adjusting the settings on the control panel and within the printing preferences dialogue, the results were actually better than I hoped in terms of price, performance, and print quality. (I am glad I did not forgo the 6510 based on some of the negative reviews as there seems to be a correlation between results and the time it takes to get the settings right.)
Whatever your operating system just get the PPD file. (Just that it's <1mb) windows add it manually by up port 9100 you do not need the software per steering you. Linux/Mac it’s CUPS at localhost:631 same story. Both cases set defaults so it is aware you have duplexes, if you want double side by default, etc.
Leave it on it goes to sleep like it ought to. From that to 20ppm color takes about 25 seconds, after which it’s near instant
This is 1200x1200 DPI and that’s the best you’ll find. A 35mp DNG (photo) spools and prints in about 20 seconds and just isn’t glossy like photo paper but so what the toner waaay cheaper than inkjet DO NOT GET XEROX TONER CMYKK from a good remanafacturer vile Vivian my is 60 bucks.
Get extra yellow only kits you go through that the fastest if you don’t know why look at it with a black light on a page with one period on it in smartt color the yellow dots are the serial numbers. Check the EFF they all do it. Try and print a picture ir your kid holding Christmas money if the money is abbot real size and see what happens for an idea of why.
Hardwire it. Use Xerox app don’t register anywhere it’ll just bug you to buy 4x$$ pricier xerox cartridges just enable IPP
Quite large and heavy item, recommended to be a 2 person lift and is delivered in package that gives away it’s contents.
Had to have UPS deliver to my neighbor. Somehow my poor wife managed to haul this across the street by herself without injuring herself.
It is a duplex printer so automatically prints double sided. This is a nice way to save paper and probably why this unit is a bit larger and heavier.
Some of the reviews mention that it will only accept genuine toner, which if this is the case would be disappointing, from and environmentalists standpoint as someone joked in their review or perhaps were being serious that when the toner runs out they are going to buy a new printer. Which is disturbing as HP was recently hit with antitrust lawsuits for artificially inflating the costs of ink and toner.
My parents old Xerox will accept any old inexpensive toner and has been rock solid reliable.
This printer is made it Vietnam and without the WiFi “dongle” will need to situated near ones router. Build quality seems acceptable but I think my parents old Xerox was made in Japan, not Vietnam.
It is super fast and the prints in black and white are super crisp, accurate, and easy to read, even on flimsy and inexpensive paper. A color photo printed on, again, inexpensive paper looks pretty great too.
I guess I am really either going to be very upset when the toner runs out, and will be either part of a class action or filing my own separate lawsuit, or very happy if it will work with generic toner.
I guess we will have to see what happens when the toner runs out to really see if this is a five star or a zero star printer.
Software was super easy to set up. On Mac. No set up required on iPad or IPhones prints wirelessly without a hitch.
The wierd little legal size printer paper tray extension is tricky to attach.
I noticed after I lifted this tank out of the box just turn the plastic release knobs on the bottom of the box and the top of the box lifts away.
The owner’s manual is like 200 pages so I would not recommend printing it.