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Brother MFCJ6510DW Business Inkjet All-in-One Printer with 11-Inch x 17-Inch Duplex Printing and 11-Inch x 17-Inch Scan Glass


Brother MFCJ6510DW Business Inkjet All-in-One Printer with 11-Inch x 17-Inch Duplex Printing and 11-Inch x 17-Inch Scan Glass


MFC-J6510dw;Professional Series Inkjet All-in-One with up to 11” x 17” (Ledger-Size) Print / Copy / Scan / Fax and Duplex Printing;;The Professional Series MFC-J6510dw is perfect for printing, copying, scanning and faxing up to 11” x 17” (Ledger Size) documents. Create two sided documents up to 11” x 17” in-house. Easy to setup wireless (802.11b/g/n) or wired Ethernet network with embedded web support connects to others on a network. The 3.3″ Widescreen color LCD display allows you to easily navigate through menu options and offers access to help information. Uses Super High Yield (XXL series) replacement ink cartridges approx. 2,400 pages black and 1,200 pages color.▼ Convenient unattended fax, copy or scan with the up to 35-page ADF. The large 250-sheet paper tray capacity will be useful for handling large print jobs. ;▼Approximate page yields in accordance with ISO/IEC 24711.

  • Print, copy, scan and fax up to 11″ x 17″ (ledger size) for high impact business documents
  • Duplex printing for creating two-sided documents up to 11″ x 17″
  • Easy to setup wireless (802.11b/g/n) or wired Ethernet networking
  • 3.3″ Widescreen color LCD display for easy to use menu navigation
  • Unattended fax, copy or scan using up to 35-page ADF

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ok, so I have 2 cds, I don’t know how to install the cd to my computer. The printer is brother laswer 2170W and it is wireless. Can anyone help me in this and give me any videos or websites that I can go on. I really need help in this. I will be really appreciated for your answers. Thanks and 100 points for the best answer!

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Look at the quick setup guide for your printer:

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What customers say about Brother MFCJ6510DW Business Inkjet All-in-One Printer with 11-Inch x 17-Inch Duplex Printing and 11-Inch x 17-Inch Scan Glass?

  1. 332 of 336 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Reliable printer that sips ink slowly, March 9, 2011
    This review is from: Brother MFCJ6510DW Business Inkjet All-in-One Printer with 11-Inch x 17-Inch Duplex Printing and 11-Inch x 17-Inch Scan Glass (Office Product)

    ** Update: (Oct 2012) Please note that the figures in this review are probably out of date as ink prices have changed by now. I am leaving this review up but please check the price for ink vs yield yourself. FYI, the printer is still working well.

    **Update: (June 30, 2011) After using this printer for a few months, I am dropping the rating to 4 stars. I am still happy with the consumption and print quality, however, the paper trays are terribly engineered. It is annoying to add paper or change paper from letter to tabloid size. Lots of misfed paper and a few paper jams. The wireless scanning software is not intuitive and works sometimes but not always.

    I did some serious research on all-in-ones before purchasing this. I hope this is helpful:

    I had felt burned by previous HPs and Epsons because of the cost of ink and the frequency or replacing cartridges and I was determined to find an economical printer. . . This is it.

    The good:
    very economical -one of the most economical all-in-one inkjets available based on extensive research
    wireless printing works great
    wireless scanning works great
    11×17 printing and scanning
    prints reliably and quickly

    Areas for improvement:
    had some minor paper jams till I learned to load the paper exactly right.
    paper tray is somewhat inconvenient because you have to remove the whole thing to load it.
    limited options for print quality settings

    I compared printers based mostly on ink cost/ page yield. Some of the better performers are listed at the bottom of this review. My research showed that each printer brand offers ink cartridges that are far more economical than others from the same brand. Brother’s best value cartridge (for all-in-ones) is the LC-65 or LC-79. HP’s best value cartridge is the HP940XL. Epson’s is the 127 , Lexmark’s is the 105XL/ 100XL, Canon’s is the PGI-7/ PGI-9.

    I chose this Brother MFCJ6510DW because the cost per page for the Brother LC79 cartridge was one of the very best ($.0333 per page avg.) and the LC79 cartridges are very large so don’t need to be replaced as often. (2400 pages black, 1200 color). Compare this to my old Epson CX9400FAX. ($.0595 per page avg., 370 pages BW and 500 pages color with the Epson 68 cartridge) My old HP was even worse.

    Read this article here: […]

    I was a little skeptical cause I’d never purchased a Brother. It is not as nicely designed as HP or Epson but it is OK looking. I like that it can print (and scan) 11×17. Wireless printing was pretty easy to setup and it works great. You can even scan and wirelessly send the scans to you computer. (worked the first time). The only problem I’ve had with it is some minor paper jams but I learned that you have to load the paper tray just right and it hasn’t happened since. The paper tray is a bit inconvenient cause you have to remove the whole thing to add paper (like old full-size copy machines).

    I’ve had it for about a month and have printed a 2″ thick stack of 8.5×11 color prints (with about 30% page coverage) on the highest setting and still haven’t run out of ink from the original (non-high-yield) cartridges. I haven’t tried many of the other funstions except scanning and printing but I will re-post if anything comes up. . .

    results of ink yield (figures based on average page yield vs ink cost between color and BW):

    HP Officejet Pro 8500A Plus e-All-in-One Printer – A910g
    cartridges: HP 940XL
    avg $.0315 per page

    Brother MFC-6890CDW
    cartridges: LC65
    avg $.0322 per page

    Brother MFC-6490CW
    cartridges: LC65
    avg $.0322 per page

    Brother MFC-5895cw
    cartridges: LC65
    avg $.0322 per page

    Brother MFC-J6710DW
    cartridges: LC79
    avg $.0333 per page

    Brother MFC-J6510DW
    cartridges: LC79
    avg $.0333 per page

    LEXMARK PLATINUM PRO905
    cartridges: 105XL/ 100XL
    avg $.0432 per page

    LEXMARK PINNACLE PRO901
    cartridges: 105XL/ 100XL
    avg $.0432 per page

    Epson WorkForce 840 Color Ink Jet Wireless All-in-One with Fax (C11CA97201)
    cartridges: 127
    avg $.0438 per page

    Epson WorkForce 635 All-in-One Printer
    cartridges: 127
    avg $.0438 per page

    Epson WorkForce 630 All-in-One Printer
    cartridges: 127
    avg $.0438 per page

    Epson Stylus NX625 All-in-One Printer
    cartridges: 127
    avg $.0438 per page

    By the way, the LEAST economical printer in my research:
    drum roll. . .
    The Epson WorkForce 325 All-in-One Printer
    cartridges: Epson 125
    avg $.0839 per page. Each cartridge prints only 230 pgs black and 305 pages color before needing to be replaced.

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  2. 64 of 67 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    My Thoughts, June 12, 2011
    By 
    x-man

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    This review is from: Brother MFCJ6510DW Business Inkjet All-in-One Printer with 11-Inch x 17-Inch Duplex Printing and 11-Inch x 17-Inch Scan Glass (Office Product)

    Purchased it 5/31/11. It arrived 6/2/11. Loved that. Got started right away. First night wireless setup to wireless router went relatively smooth. Not knowing the wireless router WPA Key password was just about the only hick-up. Spent the first weekend loading the print and scan drivers to MAC OS X 10.6 and PC WIN 2000. Problems began. The MAC loading went relatively smooth. The PC loading became frustrating. I think more so because I did not know all the network lingo so setup errors were made which created more frustrating errors. Spent the second weekend working on the PC setup errors. Finally things started to operate as advertised. I began to realize a few network settings on the Brother were best if they were changed from the default setting, and the network settings on the PC were not matching up with what the Brother was set to. Now everything operates as advertised. So far no paper jams experienced. I use 11×17 scan all the time. It saves me time on how many scans I need to do if I am scanning multiple receipts, pics, or docs. Fax works better than expected. Love the fax preview feature. It saves on paper. Absolutely love the distinctive ring feature which makes for a hands-off approach to receiving faxes. The telephone line stays plugged in, and I never have to worry if the call is a fax or a person. The distinctive ring feature does all the work. Copy quality is 97% exact to the original copy with standard settings. Print speed is slow to start, however cranks out the remaining sheets fairly quickly. In fact, the pages literally shoot out of the printer so be sure the output “stop guide” is engaged. Love the PaperPort software. Makes document and photo manipulation/correction a cinch. Used the Brother to help me scan/compile my documents for a loan application. Was able to compile and send all requested documents in easy to view, read, and secure PDF format the same day the documents were requested. The Brother is loaded with more features than advertised. Unlike other machine features which are additional, these extras actually come in handy and are useful time/money saving features. Love the mechanical design. Love the front loading placement of the ink cartridges. Love the easiness and cleanliness of inserting and replacing the ink cartridges. No ink replacements have been necessary yet. It’s size is as advertised, however it fits on the home-office table exactly where the previous fax machine was located. So not feeling the pinch for space. Overall: the only regret–not having bought the MFC-J6710DW as it has dual paper tray capability. Not because use of the machine is so often, but because scratch paper is used to save on cost of printing on regular paper. Had I bought the MFC-J6710DW, scratch paper would be loaded in one tray, while regular paper would be loaded in the second tray. Hence, eliminating the need to swap in/out scratch & regular paper.

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  3. 45 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Enjoying this printer…, June 14, 2011
    By 
    Christoffer (Raleigh, NC) –

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    This review is from: Brother MFCJ6510DW Business Inkjet All-in-One Printer with 11-Inch x 17-Inch Duplex Printing and 11-Inch x 17-Inch Scan Glass (Office Product)

    There’s not much negative that I can say at this point. I purchased this printer due to the specifications I found attractive: Large Print/Scan/Fax (11×17), Wireless, automatic Duplex Printing. I have not tested the faxing, as I rarely use it. But it looks like the software allows you to fax from your computer quite easily — e.g., print to a virtual “fax printer”.

    Setup was quite easy, and was done in about 15 to 20 minutes without any problem. That included unpacking, powering the printer, installing the ink, self-test, and setting up the wireless. Once that was done I downloaded the latest drivers from the Brother website (there is a drivers disk included, but may as well make sure you’re getting the latest; the web address is in the quick setup manual). After that, everything worked as expected.

    I was able to scan to a USB device, which allowed me to save as PDF or TIFF. I then specified “Scan to File” and it scanned wirelessly to my computer as a JPG. If you really want to know all the modes and formats, you can go to the Brother website and download the instruction manual for the printer.

    Duplex printing worked great. I printed two ~60-page documents in duplex mode and when it was done it was ready to hole-punch and put into a folder. No paper jams. So much easier than trying to do that manually!

    To be sure, this is a hefty printer and you should consider where you’ll put it. As for speed, this may not be the fastest printer on the block, but for the casual printer’er I’m fine with a slower output. I usually set the print quality to “Best” and let it do its thing.

    I’ll update this review if there is anything significant to report.

    — CHRIS

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  4. Insert the installation CD. Some printers install automatically, but the CD contains software that may make the printer easier to use. If you have it, check the documentation to see what the CD contains.

    Install the software if desired or necessary to utilize all the printer’s functions. Follow the CD’s on-screen instructions.

    Insert the ink cartridges and paper. Different printer models use different kinds of ink. Check the specific Brother model documentation to verify how to install the ink (see Resources below).

    Check printer setup by printing a test page. After installing the Brother printer, you can verify it is working by printing a test page. Click on “Control Panel > Printers > Brother Model > Properties > Maintenance > Print Test Page. If the test page fails, consult the documentation for troubleshooting tips.


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