Brother HL-3170CDW - printer - color - LED

Art.no. BI1 208831
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Product Info



Brother HL-3170CDW - Printer - color - Duplex - LED - A4/Legal - 2400 x 600 dpi - up to 22 ppm (mono) / up to 22 ppm (color) - capacity: 250 sheets - USB 2.0, LAN, Wi-Fi(n)


The Brother HL-3170CDW is a perfect choice for the small business looking for a fast, reliable digital color printer. It packs big business features like duplex printing into an affordable, compact printer designed to fit your small business workspace and budget. It prints high-impact color and crisp black documents at up to 23 ppm, so it's ideal for businesses that primarily produce black business documents, but also need to print professional-quality color documents in-house from time to time. It also offers wireless printing from your mobile device via AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint&Scan, Cortado Workplace and Wi-Fi Direct.

Specifications

  • Document & Media Handling / Standard Media Capacity
    250 feuilles
  • Printing / Max Resolution Color
    2400 x 600 dpi
  • PC Connectivity / AirPrint Enabled
    Yes
  • Document & Media Handling / Media Size Class
    A4/Legal
  • Office Machine / Functions
    Printer
  • Office Machine / Type
    Printer
  • Miscellaneous / Compatible Mobile Devices
    HL-3170CDW
  • Header / Compatibility
    PC
  • Header / Product Line
    Brother
  • Power Device / Type
    Power supply
  • Printer / Max H-Document Size
    216 mm
  • Office Machine / Printing Output Type
    Color
  • Printer / Connectivity Technology
    Wireless
  • Document & Media Handling / Max Media Size
    A4 (210 x 297 mm)
  • Printer / PostScript Support
    Standard
  • Printer / Language Simulation
    BR-Script3
  • Printing / Max Resolution B/W
    2400 x 600 dpi
  • Office Machine / Monthly Duty Cycle (max)
    20,000 - 49,999 pages
  • Printing / Max Printing Speed Color (ppm)
    22 ppm
  • Printer / Media Type
    Labels
  • System Requirements / OS Required
    Apple MacOS X 10.7.x
  • Networking / Type
    Print server
  • Header / Packaged Quantity
    1
  • Dimensions & Weight / Depth
    46.5 cm
  • Dimensions & Weight (Handset) / Weight
    18.1 kg
  • Dimensions & Weight / Width
    41 cm
  • Dimensions & Weight / Height
    24 cm
    • Colour:
  • RAM / Installed Size
    128 Mo
  • Printing / Max Printing Speed B/W (ppm)
    22 ppm

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Reviews

Brother HL-3170CDW - printer - color - LED is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 382.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unreliable setup and crumples paper when printing The driver setup is very unreliable. On some computers the installation software has no trouble identifying the printer. On other computers, it can't find the printer. This comes down to a limitation of the software and device not communicating over the network when the device is connecting to, say, a 2.4 GHz channel and the software pinging only a 5 GHz channel. Finally, once the driver installs and you go to print, the device crumbles up the paper every time. I've tried different paper stock and live in a low humidity area so not sure what else could be wrong besides this device.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy setup for Wifi Setup was very easy, print quality is at about 95% or so. Depends on the quality of the paper used. HOWEVER, the cost of consumables is higher than I thought it would be.
Date published: 2017-02-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great with everything except manual feed This machine connected easily with my PC and portables. It does a great job in printing and duplex printing when the paper source is the unit's tray. It is routinely hit and miss when I manually feed paper, card stock, or envelopes into the machine. Placing the object to be printed into the slot always causes the machine to "activate". Sometimes it then responds by drawing the leading of the paper into the machine, followed by printing correctly on it. Other times it fails to draw the edge in and then fails to print. Removing and replacing the paper once, twice, or more times may be necessary to get it to completely draw the paper in and print on it. Sometimes you won't feel it being drawn in....but it has been and then prints properly. The time spent in overcoming this nuisance problem is exasperating. Additionally, when using the manual feed, the paper regularly is printed upon at a slight angle because the manual feed guides are too loose and too close to the printer to keep the paper properly aligned to the printer's color drums/fuser. So print border is not parallel to the paper's border.
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Awful product with serious network issues The printer prints well. HOWEVER I have had recurrent problems connecting it to our network. It self disconnects frequently . It goes into "deep sleep" frequently and can't be revived without unplugging it and often that doesn't work. Have to frequently reset the network connection etc etc etc. I HATE this printer. I will never buy a brother product again. Nearest service center is 4 1/2 hours away. Very helpful Also the printer won't print when the toner is "low". That is not the same as out. Not even near so that Brother can get you to spend more money on toner. There is a way to bypass that but it is not intuitive.
Date published: 2017-02-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Fuser roller wears out prematurely I purchased one of these printers and then two more as I was thrilled with the print quality and price. So far two of them have had their fuser rollers lose their coating just shortly after the one year warranty expired. Bits of brown roller material started to come out of the printer one day in little bits and then larger and larger bits. This continued with large spots of unwelded toner occurring on the pages. Finally a large enough area wears off that the paper would feed and then terminally jam in the roller. At that point you unplug it and it becomes a paperweight. Interestingly the rollers of both wore out on the left side in the exact same spot. On checking the internet, this seems to be a common problem with the fault in the same location, so to my eye, this seems to be a quality problem. No remedy has been offered. There seems to be a considerable side industry with an abundance of off brand rollers for sale for this printer on the internet but I couldn't be bothered. The repair of the roller is more than the cost of the original printer so I am hoping that the 3rd printer will at least run long enough to use up the toner cartridges that I invested in. We will see but I'm doubting it. And yes, they are genuine brother toner cartridges. I've been laser printing since the 1980's and have had some workhorse printers from Brother but this model is quite a disappointment.
Date published: 2017-03-22
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