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Brother HL-3075CW DIGITAL COLOUR PRINTER

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Brother HL-3075CW DIGITAL COLOUR PRINTER

Mark: Very good

This is a colour LED (laser) printer supporting PCL6 and Postscript level 3. Connection types include USB as well as built-in Ethernet and WiFi connections; network protocols include LPD, IPP and AppSocket (raw), with built-in HTTP server for browser configuration, and SMTP e-mail notification support.

Installation was easy. The PPD file (BR3075_2.PPD) was located on the driver CD accompanying the printer. Importing with the eComStation 2.x "Printer driver import utility" (instpdr.exe) worked without any trouble. (I imported into the PSPRINT driver rather than the original IBM PSCRIPT driver, but the latter should also work.)

I connected the printer via Ethernet and powered it on; the printer acquired a DHCP address from the LAN's router and was ready to print. I configured the router to always assign the printer the same IP address, then installed an SLPR port on my computer pointing to that IP address (I used the "LPRPORTD compatible" setting). Finally, I created a new printer object for the newly-imported "Brother HL-3075CW BR-Script 3" printer using the new SLPR port, and double-checked the job defaults before testing printing from both Lucide and PMView.

Documents are crisp and high-quality, as would be expected for a laser printer. The HL-3075CW (like most lasers) is not a photo printer, but for colour documents should produce good results.

 

Information is sent by: Alex Taylor -- 2012-10-03 11:14:06