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September 2013
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  • Page 1 Card Stock & Label Guide Laser Printers September 2013 www.lexmark.com...
  • Page 2: Edition Notice

    September 2013 The following paragraph does not apply to any country where such provisions are inconsistent with local law: LEXMARK INTERNATIONAL, INC., PROVIDES THIS PUBLICATION “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Duplexing paper labels..........................20 Primary rib pattern design guidelines for reference edge alignment.............22 Label components...........................23 Label design guidelines...........................25 Printer specifications..................32 Lexmark C500n............................32 Lexmark C510............................33 Lexmark C520, C522, and C524.......................34 Lexmark C530, C532, and C534.......................36 Lexmark C540, C543, C544, and C546dtn....................38 Lexmark C720............................39...
  • Page 4 Lexmark C925............................59 Lexmark C935............................60 Lexmark C950............................62 Lexmark CS310n, CS310dn, CS410n, CS410dn, and CS510de..............63 Lexmark CX310n, CX310dn, CX410e, CX410de, CX410dte, CX510de, CX510dhe, and CX510dthe..65 Lexmark E120............................66 Lexmark E220............................67 Lexmark E230, E232, E234(n), E330, and E332n..................68 Lexmark E238, E240, E240n, E340, and E342n..................69 Lexmark E250, E350, and E450n......................70...
  • Page 5 Lexmark X651de, X652de, X654de, X656de, and X658de..............125 Lexmark X734, X736, and X738......................128 Lexmark X746 and X748........................130 Lexmark X782............................132 Lexmark X792de, X792dte, X792dtfe, X792dtpe, X792dtme, and X792dtse........134 Lexmark X850, X852e, and X854e......................136 Lexmark X860e, X862e, and X864e.......................138 Lexmark X925............................140 Lexmark X940 and X945........................142 Lexmark X950............................143...
  • Page 6 Contents Optra W810............................163 Glossary....................165 Index......................169...
  • Page 7: Overview

    See your printer documentation for general printing information and terms. For technical assistance contact numbers, see the printer registration card, information on the printer CD, or visit the Lexmark Web site at http://support.lexmark.com.
  • Page 8: General Information

    General information General information Paper and label industry The paper and label industry includes manufacturers, converters, and distributors. • Manufacturers produce the base stock. If the base is for labels, then manufacturers may ship it on large rolls or in a cut‑sheet form.
  • Page 9: Design Factors

    An optional Universally Adjustable Tray designed for the Optra S, Optra T, and Lexmark T printer families prints on a range of paper sizes including A6 and 3 x 5‑inch index cards, 3 x 7‑inch punch cards, and 4 x 6‑inch postcards.
  • Page 10 Most label manufacturers recommend printing in a temperature range of 18–24°C (65–75°F) with relative humidity of 40–60%. Lexmark printers are designed to operate in a temperature range of 15.5–32°C (60 to 90°F) with relative humidity of 8 to 80%. Printing in an environment outside these recommendations may cause jams, feeding problems, reduced print quality, and predispensing (peeling) labels.
  • Page 11: Pick Roller Technology

    (if applicable) • use of printing media outside of Lexmark specifications • use of non‑Lexmark supplies (such as toner cartridges and/or inkjet cartridges) • use of non‑Lexmark product or component Pick roller technology Some printers have an auto compensator which feeds paper more reliably than the corner buckler system used by earlier printer models.
  • Page 12 General information For the following printers, make sure perforations fall outside the 0.3–0.79‑inch area on the leading edge of the media: Optra S, Optra T, T520, T522, T620, T622, T630, T632, T634, T640, T642, T644, T650, T652, T654, T656dne, X203, X204, X264, X363, X364, X463, X464, X466, X543, X544, X546dtn, X560n, X642e, X644e, X646e, X651, X652, X654, X656, X658, X734, X736, X738.
  • Page 13 General information For the following printers, make sure perforations fall outside the 0.31–1.05‑inch area on the leading edge of the media: C520, C522, C524, C530, C532, C534, C540, C543, C544, C546dtn, C734, C736, C750, C752, C760, C762, C770, C772, C780, C782, C792e, C792de, C792dte, C792dhe, CS310n, CS310dn, CS410n, CS410dn, CS510de, CX310n, CX310dn, CX410e, CX410de, CX410dte, CX510de, CX510dhe, CX510dthe, X792de, X792dte, X792dtfe, X792dtpe, X792dtme, and X792dtse.
  • Page 14: Maintenance Procedures

    General information For the following printers, make sure perforations fall outside the 0.12–0.91‑inch area on the leading edge of the media: MS710, MS711, MS810, MS811, MS812, MX710, MX711, MX810, MX811, and MX812. Pick Roller Location 0.12 in. 0.91 in. 0.56 in. 1.08 in.
  • Page 15 General information Problem Solution Print on heavy stock is Make sure the Paper Type setting is correct for your print material. blurred or out of focus. Note: Card stock in excess of 203 g/m (54‑lb bond) may not produce acceptable print results.
  • Page 16: Card Stock

    Card stock Card stock Card stock is a rigid, stiff material that can have a wide variety of constructions. Orientation of paper fibers (grain direction), moisture content, thickness, texture, and other properties can significantly impact printing, as can preprinting, perforation, creasing, and other features common to forms. For example, preprinting introduces semi‑liquid, volatile components that must withstand the high temperatures used in laser printing.
  • Page 17: Grain Orientation

    Card stock Basis weight (lbs/ream) Bond Offset Cover Printing Bristol Index Bristol Metric 431.8 x 635 x 508 x 609.6 x equivalent 558.8 mm 965.2 mm 660.4 mm 571.5 x 889 mm 647.7 x 774.7 mm 914.4 mm (g/m (17 x 22 in.) (25 x 38 in.) (20 x 26 in.) (22.5 x 35 in.)
  • Page 18: Coatings

    Card stock Grain short is recommended for stock heavier than 135 g/m Grain long is recommended for stock lighter than 135 g/m Feed Feed direction direction Grain direction Grain direction For materials fed long edge first: Grain long is recommended for stock heavier than 135 g/m Grain short is recommended for stock lighter than 135 g/m Feed Feed...
  • Page 19: Offset Powders

    Card stock Offset powders We do not recommend using offset powders or other foreign materials to speed drying. Offset powders are used by print shops to prevent printed pages from sticking together. Powder is usually sprayed on the printed page right before it reaches the stacker on the offset printing press.
  • Page 20: Labels

    Labels Labels Labels , or pressure‑sensitive materials, are multi‑ply materials that contain various combinations of face sheets (printable stock), adhesives, and removable protective backings (liners). These layers can result in thick materials that are difficult to handle. Labels are among the most difficult print materials for any printer to reliably feed and print. Factors such as heat, pressure, and paper path could make printing on labels quite challenging.
  • Page 21 The following graphics show the rib locations for the Optra S, Optra T, and Lexmark T, respectively. Optra S rib locations (rib width = 2 mm):...
  • Page 22: Primary Rib Pattern Design Guidelines For Reference Edge Alignment

    Labels Load label sheets with the label end first. Use grain long paper instead of grain short paper, which tends to curl easily. If a converter develops a grain short label sheet for duplexing, then test the sheet first to make sure it works satisfactorily. Note: We recommend testing any material with your application and printer before purchasing large quantities.
  • Page 23: Label Components

    The following table shows which printers use a corner buckler and which use an auto compensator. Note: If your printer is not listed here, then contact your Lexmark representative to verify which method your printer uses to separate sheets of labels.
  • Page 24 Printers using an auto compensator • 4019, 4029, 4039, 4049 • Lexmark E230, E232, E234(n), E330, E332n, E260, E360, E460, C510, C520, C522, C524, C530, C532, C534, C540, C734, C736, C750, C752, C760, C762, • Lexmark E220, E320, E321, E322,...
  • Page 25: Label Design Guidelines

    Labels The major adhesive‑related printing problem is printer and cartridge contamination. The adhesives are semi‑liquid and may contain volatile components. If the sheet jams in the fuser, the adhesive can melt, thereby contaminating parts of the printer or releasing fumes. To avoid exposing adhesive to the paper path guides, drive rollers, charge roller, photoconductor drum, transfer roller, and detack fingers, use full label sheets.
  • Page 26 Labels ‑ cut labels are cut with a non‑print area between each label. For best results, do not print within 2.3 mm (0.090 in.) of the edge of the label, of the perforations, or of the die‑cuts of the label. If you are using a butt cut or die‑cut label, then make sure adhesive contamination does not occur.
  • Page 27 Labels Leading Edge 8.5 in. 215.9 mm 0.094 in. 2.4 mm Liner edge Non-print area Stripped edge Waste strip 0.25 in (6.35 mm) 0.125 in. 0.33 in. 3 mm 8.38 mm 0.5 in. Top perforation 12.7 mm Driver edge 11 in. 279.4 mm 0.33 in.
  • Page 28 Labels The following diagram shows a recommended label design for the T640 and T650 laser printers.
  • Page 29 Labels The following diagram shows a recommended label design for laser printers, which use a different paper picking mechanism. Leading Edge 8.5 in. 215.9 mm 0.094 in. 2.4 mm Liner edge Non-print area Stripped edge 0.125 in. 0.33 in. 3 mm 8.38 mm 0.79 in.
  • Page 30 Labels • The two materials must be thin enough for the sheet to lie flat in the paper tray. The differences in thickness may cause the materials to curl down towards the leading edge of the form which can negatively affect feeding. For more robust feeding, it is recommended that the leading label edge should be as thick as or slightly thicker than the dual web overlap thickness to make sure the sheet lies flat in the tray.
  • Page 31 • For Optra S, Optra T, and Lexmark T printers, a leading and trailing edge stripped area is recommended to be a maximum of 3 mm. This area is recommended to prevent adhesive being close to the edge, which can contaminate your printer.
  • Page 32: Printer Specifications

    Printer specifications Printer specifications Lexmark C500n Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. The Lexmark C500n does not support vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark C500n supports 90–210‑g/m (24–55‑lb) stock. Card stock and labels are supported from Tray 1 and Tray 2.
  • Page 33: Lexmark C510

    Printer specifications Lexmark C510 Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. The Lexmark C510 does not support vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark C510 supports stocks up to 176 g/m . Feed labels from the standard tray only, which holds up to 80 sheets of labels or up to 120 sheets of card stock.
  • Page 34: Lexmark C520, C522, And C524

    For the best print quality, always set the Paper Type to Card Stock. Lexmark C520, C522, and C524 Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. The Lexmark C520, C522, and C524 do not support vinyl or polyester labels.
  • Page 35: Unacceptable Labels

    Printer specifications Tray 1 supports approximately 120 sheets of card stock and Tray 2 supports approximately 250 sheets of card stock. The multipurpose feeder supports approximately 50 sheets of card stock or labels, and the manual feed slot accepts single sheets only. The following table lists the maximum weights supported. Card stock Labels* Index Bristol...
  • Page 36: Lexmark C530, C532, And C534

    “Pick roller technology” on page Lexmark C530, C532, and C534 Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. The Lexmark C530, C532, and C534 do not support vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark C530, C532, and C534 support stocks up to 176 g/m .
  • Page 37 Printer specifications Labels Width: 76.2–216 mm (3–8.5 in.) Length: 123.8–355.6 mm (4.88–14 in.) Weight: 131 g/m (35 lb) Thickness: 0.13–0.20 mm (0.005–0.008 in.) Smoothness: 50–300 Sheffield* * 50–150 Sheffield is optimal. This printer may support labels with smoothness of less than 50 Sheffield such as coated paper, polyester, vinyl, or other synthetic facestock paper.
  • Page 38: Lexmark C540, C543, C544, And C546Dtn

    • Not all models are pictured. Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. The Lexmark C540, C543, C544, and C546dtn do not support vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark C540, C543, C544, and C546dtn support card stock weights up to 176 g/m .
  • Page 39: Lexmark C720

    Do not use labels that have exposed adhesive on the label sheets. When printing on card stock: • For optimal printing, use a 90‑lb Index card stock. • For the best print quality, always set Paper Type to Card Stock. For more information, see “Pick roller technology” on page Lexmark C720...
  • Page 40 Printer specifications Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. The Lexmark C720 does not support vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark C720 supports stocks up to 43 lb (163 g/m ). Feed labels from the standard tray only, which holds up to 80 sheets of labels or up to 120 sheets of card stock.
  • Page 41: Lexmark C734 And C736

    For the best print quality, always set the Paper Type to Card Stock. Lexmark C734 and C736 Lexmark C734 and C736 support card stock and labels from the standard 550‑sheet tray, an optional 550‑sheet tray, the multipurpose tray, and an optional 550‑sheet specialty media drawer.
  • Page 42 Printer specifications Labels Width: 76.2–216 mm (3–8.5 in.) Length: 123.8–355.6 mm (4.88–14 in.) Weight: 180–300 g/m (48–92 lb) Thickness: 0.13–0.20 mm (0.005–0.008 in.) Smoothness: 50–300 Sheffield* * 50–150 Sheffield is optimal. This printer may support labels with smoothness of less than 50 Sheffield such as coated paper, polyester, vinyl, or other synthetic facestock paper.
  • Page 43: Lexmark C746 And C748

    Printer specifications Lexmark C746 and C748 The Lexmark C746 and C748 printer models support card stock and labels from the standard 550‑sheet tray, an optional 550‑sheet tray, the multipurpose feeder, and the optional 550‑sheet specialty media tray. Note: The optional 2,000‑sheet tray does not support card stock or labels.
  • Page 44 Printer specifications The minimum size for labels supported in the multipurpose feeder is 76 x 124 mm (3 x 4.88 in.). The minimum size for labels supported in the standard and optional trays is 148 x 210 mm (5.82 x 8.26 in.) 50–150 Sheffield is optimal.
  • Page 45: Lexmark C750

    The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder. The Lexmark C750 paper feeding mechanism uses advanced technology that enhances feeding reliability. The Lexmark C750 trays, which hold approximately 500 sheets of 75 g/m paper, reliably feed all supported media.
  • Page 46 Vinyl labels are supported only when printing environment and media are 20–32°C (68–90°F). Pressure‑sensitive area must enter the printer first. For paper and transparency specifications, see the Lexmark C750 Publications CD. The following table indicates the paper sizes each tray supports.
  • Page 47: Lexmark C752

    • “Troubleshooting” on page 14 Lexmark C752 The Lexmark C752 prints on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The Lexmark C752 trays, which hold approximately 500 sheets of 75 g/m paper, reliably feed all supported media. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 48 Vinyl labels are supported only when printing environment and media are 20–32°C (68–90°F). Pressure‑sensitive area must enter the printer first. For paper and transparency specifications, see the Lexmark C752 Publications CD. The following table indicates the paper sizes each tray supports.
  • Page 49: Lexmark C760 And C762

    “Troubleshooting” on page 14 Lexmark C760 and C762 Lexmark C760 and C762 print on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder. Note: The optional 2,000‑sheet drawer supports paper only.
  • Page 50 Printer specifications Range or maximum weight supported 500‑sheet tray and optional Print material 500‑sheet drawer Multipurpose feeder Xerographic or business Paper 60–176 g/m 60–176 g/m paper (16–47 lb bond) (16–47 lb bond) (grain direction Card stock Index Bristol 163 g/m (90 lb) 163 g/m (90 lb)
  • Page 51: Lexmark C770, C772, C780, And C782

    “Troubleshooting” on page 14 Lexmark C770, C772, C780, and C782 The Lexmark C770, C772, C780, and C782 print on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following tables list the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 52 Printer specifications Labels 1, 2 Paper source Paper Dual‑web paper Polyester Vinyl 500‑sheet drawers 180 g/m 180 g/m 220 g/m 300 g/m Multipurpose feeder 199 g/m 199 g/m 220 g/m 260 g/m Vinyl labels are supported only when the printing environment and media are 20–32.2°C (68–90°F). The skew performance of heavy vinyl labels may be enhanced by feeding from an optional 500‑sheet drawer if placement of the image is critical.
  • Page 53: Lexmark C792E, C792De, C792Dte, And C792Dhe

    Printer specifications Lexmark C792e, C792de, C792dte, and C792dhe The Lexmark C792e, C792de, C792dte, and C792dhe printer models print on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following tables list the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 54: Lexmark C910

    Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark C910 supports stocks up to 163 g/m (90 lb). The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the heavy media tray and the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 55 — 180 g/m Multipurpose feeder — — 163 g/m 163 g/m 180 g/m For paper and transparency specifications, see the Lexmark C910 Publications CD. Labels Width: 210–216 mm (8.3–8.5 in.) Length: 279–297 mm (11–11.7 in.) Weight: 120–180 g/m (32– 43 lb) Thickness: 0.13–0.20 mm (0.005–0.008 in.)
  • Page 56: Lexmark C912

    Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark C912 supports stocks up to 216 g/m The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the standard tray and the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 57: Lexmark C920

    • For the best print quality, always set the Paper Type to Card Stock in the Paper Menu. Lexmark C920 Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels.
  • Page 58 Printer specifications The Lexmark C920 supports stocks up to 216 g/m The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the standard tray and the multipurpose feeder. Card stock Labels Paper source Index Bristol Paper Vinyl Standard tray — —...
  • Page 59: Lexmark C925

    Printer specifications Lexmark C925 Limit label printing to occasional use of A4‑ or letter‑size paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. The trays and the multipurpose feeder support card stock. The multipurpose feeder supports card stocks up to 256 g/m Always feed labels from the standard 150‑sheet tray or the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 60: Lexmark C935

    Limit label printing to occasional use of A4‑ or letter‑size paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. Lexmark C935 supports card stock up to 220 g/m The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 61 Printer specifications Labels Width: 210–216 mm (8.3–8.5 in.) Length: 279–356 mm (11–11.7 in.) Weight: 120–128 g/m Thickness: 0.13–0.20 mm (0.005–0.008 in.) Smoothness: 100–400 Sheffield* * 150–250 Sheffield is optimal. Using media higher than 300 Sheffield could result in print quality degradation.
  • Page 62: Lexmark C950

    Limit label printing to occasional use of A4‑ or letter‑size paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. Lexmark C950 supports card stock up to 300 g/m The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 63: Lexmark Cs310N, Cs310Dn, Cs410N, Cs410Dn, And Cs510De

    The 250‑sheet tray (Tray 1), 550‑sheet tray, and the 650‑sheet duo tray support the same paper sizes and types. Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. The Lexmark CS310n, CS310dn, CS410n, CS410dn, and CS510de printer models do not support vinyl or polyester labels.
  • Page 64 Printer specifications Labels Width: 76.2–215.9 mm (3–8.5 in.) Length: 127–355.6 mm (5–14 in.) Weight: 131 g/m (35 lb bond) Thickness: 0.102–0.254 mm (0.004–0.010 in.) Smoothness: 50–300 Sheffield* * 50–150 Sheffield is optimal. This printer may support labels with smoothness of less than 50 Sheffield such as coated paper, polyester, vinyl, or other synthetic facestock paper.
  • Page 65: Lexmark Cx310N, Cx310Dn, Cx410E, Cx410De, Cx410Dte, Cx510De, Cx510Dhe, And Cx510Dthe

    The automatic document feeder (ADF) does not support card stock or labels. Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for use with laser printers. The Lexmark CX310n, CX310dn, CX410e, CX410de, CX410dte, CX510de, CX510dhe, and CX510dthe printer models do not support vinyl or polyester labels.
  • Page 66: Lexmark E120

    When printing on card stock: • From the printer control panel, set Paper Type to Card Stock in the Paper Menu. • Set Card Stock Weight to Normal or Heavy. • Do not use creased card stock. It may cause paper jams. Lexmark E120...
  • Page 67: Lexmark E220

    (16–43 lb) Manual feed — 135–163 g/m (up to 90 lb) 60–163 g/m (16–43 lb) For paper and transparency specifications, see the Lexmark E220 Publications CD. Labels Width: 210–216 mm (8.3–8.5 in.) Length: 279–297 mm (11–11.7 in.) Weight: Up to 163 g/m...
  • Page 68: Lexmark E230, E232, E234(N), E330, And E332N

    Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark E230, E232, E234(n), E330, and E332n support paper and label stock from 60–90 g/m (24 lb) and card stock up to 163 g/m (43 lb).
  • Page 69: Lexmark E238, E240, E240N, E340, And E342N

    Note: To minimize curl, use the rear exit when printing on card stock and labels. For more information, see “Maintenance procedures” on page Lexmark E238, E240, E240n, E340, and E342n Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels.
  • Page 70: Lexmark E250, E350, And E450N

    Note: To minimize curl, use the rear exit when printing on card stock and labels. For more information, see “Maintenance procedures” on page Lexmark E250, E350, and E450n Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels.
  • Page 71: Lexmark E260, E260D, E260Dn, E360D, E360Dn, E460Dn, E460Dw, And E462Dtn

    Note: To minimize curl, use the rear exit when printing on card stock and labels. For more information, see “Maintenance procedures” on page Lexmark E260, E260d, E260dn, E360d, E360dn, E460dn, E460dw, and E462dtn Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels.
  • Page 72: Lexmark E320, E322

    Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark E320 and Lexmark E322 support stocks up to 163 g/m (43 lb). The automatic paper feeder can hold up to 10 sheets of card stock or labels.
  • Page 73: Lexmark E321, E323

    Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark E321 and Lexmark E323 support stocks up to 163 g/m (43 lb). The automatic paper feeder can hold up to 10 sheets of card stock or labels.
  • Page 74: Lexmark Ms310D, Ms310Dn, Ms410D, Ms410Dn, Ms510Dn, Ms610Dn, And Ms610De

    Lexmark MS310d, MS310dn, MS410d, MS410dn, MS510dn, MS610dn, and MS610de Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. The Lexmark MS310d, MS310dn, MS410d, MS410dn, MS510dn, MS610dn, and MS610de printer models do not support vinyl, pharmacy, or polyester labels.
  • Page 75 Printer specifications Labels Width: 210–216 mm (8.3–8.5 in.) Length: 279–297 mm (11–11.7 in.) Weight: Up to 163 g/m (43 lb) Thickness: Up to 0.25 mm (0.01 in.) Smoothness: 100–400* Sheffield *150–250 Sheffield is optimal. Using media higher than 300 Sheffield could result in printing degradation. Card stock Weight: Up to 163 g/m...
  • Page 76: Lexmark Ms710 And Ms711

    Printer specifications Lexmark MS710 and MS711 The Lexmark MS710 and MS711 printer models print on many labels, which includes vinyl and polyester, designed for use with laser printers. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 77 Lexmark "Converter Lists" to see which converters have successfully developed this type of label, and you must install a special fuser wiper. The wax wiper that is used with the Lexmark MS710 and MS711 is P/N 40X8581. Cartridges designed for duplex label printing contain two wax wipers. Change the wax wiper at the halfway point of your normal cartridge usage to provide additional cleaning and optimize performance.
  • Page 78: Lexmark Ms810, Ms811, And Ms812

    “Primary rib pattern design guidelines for reference edge alignment” on page 22 Lexmark MS810, MS811, and MS812 The Lexmark MS810, MS811, and MS812 printer models print on many labels designed for use with laser printers. However the MS81x and MS71x printer models have been specifically designed for slightly different media applications.
  • Page 79 Printer specifications Labels Card stock Paper source Index Bristol Cover Paper Dual‑web paper Standard and optional 199 g/m 203 g/m 176 g/m 180 g/m 180 g/m 250‑ and 550‑sheet trays Multipurpose feeder 199 g/m 203 g/m 176 g/m 180 g/m 180 g/m “Grain orientation”...
  • Page 80: Lexmark Mx310Dn, Mx410De, Mx510De, Mx511De, Mx511Dhe, Mx610De, Mx611De, And Mx611Dhe

    Lexmark MX310dn, MX410de, MX510de, MX511de, MX511dhe, MX610de, MX611de, and MX611dhe Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. The Lexmark MX310dn, MX410de, MX510de, MX511de, MX511dhe, MX610de, MX611de, and MX611dhe printer models do not support vinyl, pharmacy, or polyester labels.
  • Page 81 Printer specifications For the MX31x and MX41x printer models, you can load paper labels up to 50 sheets in the standard tray and up to the full capacity of the optional trays. You can load up to 15 paper labels and up to 10 sheets of card stock in the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 82: Lexmark Mx710, Mx711, Mx810, Mx811, And Mx812

    Lexmark MX710, MX711, MX810, MX811, and MX812 The Lexmark MX710, MX711, MX810, MX811, and MX812 printer models print on many labels designed for use with laser printers. However the MX71x, MX81x, and MS71x printer models have been specifically designed for slightly different media applications.
  • Page 83 Printer specifications Note: Scanning labels through the ADF is not recommended. Labels Card stock Paper source Index Bristol Cover Paper Dual‑web paper Standard and optional 199 g/m 203 g/m 176 g/m 180 g/m 180 g/m 250‑ and 550‑sheet trays Multipurpose feeder 199 g/m 203 g/m 176 g/m...
  • Page 84 Printer specifications When printing on labels: • From the printer control panel, set the paper size, type, texture, and weight in the Paper menu to match the labels loaded in the tray. • Do not load labels together with paper or transparencies in the same paper tray. Combining print materials can cause feeding problems.
  • Page 85: Lexmark T420

    Printer specifications Lexmark T420 The Lexmark T420 prints on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The Lexmark T420 supports stocks up to 60‑199 g/m (16–53 lb). The standard tray is designed to handle 100 sheets of heavy labels, but its capacity may be reduced due to the thickness of some labels. The multipurpose feeder can feed up to 30 sheets of dual‑web or integrated labels and 10 sheets of card stock.
  • Page 86 Printer specifications Card stock Weight: Up to 163 g/m Index Bristol (90 lb) Up to 163 g/m Tag (100 lb) Note: Always use the rear exit when printing on card stock. To minimize curl, use the rear exit when printing on labels. Card stock and label guidelines When printing on labels: •...
  • Page 87: Lexmark T430

    Printer specifications Lexmark T430 The Lexmark T430 prints on paper office labels designed for laser printers. Limit label printing to occasional use. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark T430 supports stocks from 60–163 g/m (16‑43 lb). The multipurpose feeder can feed up to 30 sheets of dual‑web or integrated labels and 10 sheets of card stock.
  • Page 88 Printer specifications Card stock and label guidelines When printing on labels: • Set the Paper Type to Labels from the printer driver, the Local Printer Setup Utility, or MarkVision. • Do not load labels together with paper or transparencies in the same paper source. •...
  • Page 89: Lexmark T520, T522

    Printer specifications Lexmark T520, T522 The Lexmark T520 and T522 print on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder. Range or maximum weight supported...
  • Page 90 “Dimensions” on page For those difficult‑to‑print sizes, such as 3 x 5‑inch index cards, Lexmark offers a variety of special media trays and drawers. Note: Optional 250‑sheet Universally Adjustable Trays can be used to print forms with a minimum length of 5 inches using a T520, when installed either in the integral tray location or in a 250‑sheet drawer under a 250‑sheet integral...
  • Page 91: Lexmark T620, T622

    “Maintenance procedures” on page 14 • “Troubleshooting” on page 14 Lexmark T620, T622 The Lexmark T620 and T622 print on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 92 “Grain orientation” on page 17 for specific recommendations. The Lexmark T622 does not support vinyl labels. Pressure‑sensitive area must enter the printer first for grain short paper. Due to label design characteristics, unacceptable feeding may be experienced from the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 93 “Dimensions” on page For those difficult‑to‑print sizes, such as 3 x 7‑inch forms, Lexmark offers a variety of special media trays and drawers. Note: Optional 250‑sheet Universally Adjustable Trays support forms with a minimum length of 7 inches on both the T620 and T622.
  • Page 94: Lexmark T630, T632, T634

    “Troubleshooting” on page 14 Lexmark T630, T632, T634 The Lexmark T630, T632, and T634 print on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder. Range or maximum weight supported...
  • Page 95 Printer specifications Range or maximum weight supported Multipurpose feeder Print material 250‑sheet and 500‑sheet trays optional 250‑sheet drawer Card stock Index Bristol 199 g/m (110 lb) 163 g/m (90 lb) (grain short 203 g/m (125 lb) 163 g/m (100 lb) Cover 216 g/m (80 lb)
  • Page 96 The Lexmark T630, T632, and T634 paper feeding mechanism uses advanced technology that enhances feeding reliability. The standard Lexmark T630, T632, and T634 tray, which holds 250 or 500 sheets of bond paper, reliably feeds all media tested according to the guidelines specified under “Dimensions”...
  • Page 97: Lexmark T640, T642, T644

    “Troubleshooting” on page 14 Lexmark T640, T642, T644 The Lexmark T640, T642, and T644 print on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder. Card stock...
  • Page 98 The Lexmark T640, T642, and T644 paper feeding mechanism uses advanced technology that enhances feeding reliability. The standard Lexmark T640, T642, and T644 tray holds 250 or 500 sheets of bond paper and reliably feeds all media tested according to the guidelines specified under “Dimensions”...
  • Page 99: Lexmark T650, T652, T654, And T656Dne

    It is possible to duplex certain labels that have been specifically designed for this application. To duplex labels, consult the Lexmark "Converter Lists" to see which converters have successfully developed this type of label, and you must install a special fuser wiper. The wax wiper that is used with the T640, T642, and T644 is P/N 40X2666. (Cartridges designed for duplex label printing contain two wax wipers.
  • Page 100 “Dimensions” on page For difficult‑to‑print sizes, such as 3 x 5‑inch index cards, Lexmark offers a variety of special media trays and drawers. Note: Optional 200‑sheet Universally Adjustable Trays can be used to print forms with a minimum length of five inches when installed either in the integral tray location or in a 200‑sheet drawer under a 200‑sheet integral...
  • Page 101 It is possible to duplex certain labels that have been specifically designed for this application. To duplex labels, consult the Lexmark "Converter Lists" to see which converters have successfully developed this type of label, and you must install a special fuser wiper. The wax wiper that is used with the T650, T652, T654, and T656dne is P/N 40X2666.
  • Page 102: Lexmark W812

    “Maintenance procedures” on page 14 • “Troubleshooting” on page 14 Lexmark W812 The Lexmark W812 prints on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder. Card stock Labels...
  • Page 103: Lexmark W820

    Limit label printing to occasional use of A4‑ or letter‑size paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark W820 supports stocks up to 163 g/m . Always feed labels and card stock from Tray 1, 2, or 3, each of which can hold up to 250 sheets of labels or card stock.
  • Page 104: Lexmark W840

    Limit label printing to occasional use of A4‑ or letter‑size paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark W840 supports stocks up to 216 g/m . Always feed labels and card stock from Tray 1, 2, or the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 105 Printer specifications Card stock and label guidelines When printing on labels: • Set the Paper Type to Labels from the printer driver. • Use standard‑size products (either A4 or Letter). • Do not use label sheets with a slick backing material. •...
  • Page 106: Lexmark W850

    Limit label printing to occasional use of A4‑ or letter‑size paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark W850 supports stocks up to 216 g/m . Always feed labels and card stock from Tray 1, 2 or the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 107: Lexmark X203N And X204N

    Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend printing more than 20 pages of labels a month. For best results, feed labels from the paper tray. The Lexmark X203n and X204n printer models support stocks up to 90 g/m (24 lb).
  • Page 108 Printer specifications Note: The smallest supported Universal size is 76 x 127 mm (3 x 5 in.); the largest is 216 x 356 mm (8.5 x 14 in.). The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the paper tray and the manual feeder. Card stock Labels Paper source...
  • Page 109: Lexmark X215

    “Maintenance procedures” on page Lexmark X215 The Lexmark X215 prints on paper office labels designed for use with laser printers. Labels can be fed only from the manual bypass feeder. Card stock and labels must be fed one sheet at a time through the manual bypass feeder.
  • Page 110 Printer specifications To prevent specialty media sheets from sticking together, remove each sheet from the output bin as it is printed. When printing on labels: • Set the Paper Type to Labels from the printer driver. • Use standard‑size products (either A4 or Letter). •...
  • Page 111: Lexmark X264Dn, X363Dn, X364Dn, And X364Dw

    Printer specifications Lexmark X264dn, X363dn, X364dn, and X364dw Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl, pharmacy, or polyester labels. It is recommended to print no more than 20 pages of paper labels a month.
  • Page 112: Lexmark X422

    “Maintenance procedures” on page Lexmark X422 The Lexmark X422 prints on many labels designed for use with laser printers. Card stock is supported from the multipurpose feeder, and labels are supported from the standard tray. The following table lists the maximum weights supported.
  • Page 113 Printer specifications Paper source Card stock Paper labels Tray 1 (standard) — 60–90 g/m Multipurpose feeder — 60–199 g/m Card stock and label guidelines Use only materials recommended for use with laser printers. To prevent specialty media sheets from sticking together, remove each sheet from the output bin as it is printed. When printing on labels: •...
  • Page 114: Lexmark X463De, X464De, X466Dte, And X466Dtwe

    Printer specifications Lexmark X463de, X464de, X466dte, and X466dtwe Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl, pharmacy, or polyester labels. It is recommended to print no more than 20 pages of paper labels a month.
  • Page 115: Lexmark X500 And X502N

    “Maintenance procedures” on page Lexmark X500 and X502n Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. The Lexmark X500 and X502n do not support vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark X500 and X502n support 90–210 g/m (24–55 lb) stock.
  • Page 116: Lexmark X543, X544, And X546Dtn

    For more information on the supported media sizes, see the printer User's Guide on the publications CD. Lexmark X543, X544, and X546dtn Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for use with laser printers. Lexmark X543, X544, and X546dtn do not support vinyl or polyester labels.
  • Page 117 Printer specifications Card stock Labels Paper source Grain direction Index Bristol Cover Paper Standard and optional grain long 120 g/m 120 g/m 135 g/m 131 g/m 250‑sheet tray grain short 163 g/m 163 g/m 176 g/m Optional 550‑sheet grain long 120 g/m 120 g/m 135 g/m...
  • Page 118: Lexmark X548

    Printer specifications Lexmark X548 Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for use with laser printers. Lexmark X548 does not support vinyl or polyester labels. Note: Printing large quantities of labels is not recommended. Card stock...
  • Page 119: Lexmark X560

    Do not use creased card stock to avoid jams. Lexmark X560 The Lexmark X560 prints on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder. Note: Scanning large quantities of labels is not recommended.
  • Page 120: Lexmark X642E

    Do not use card stock that is creased. It may cause paper jams. Lexmark X642e The Lexmark X642e prints on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 121 Standard trays and special trays The Lexmark X642e paper feeding mechanism uses advanced technology that enhances feeding reliability. The standard Lexmark X642e tray holds 250 or 500 sheets of bond paper and reliably feeds all media tested according to the guidelines specified under “Dimensions”...
  • Page 122 It is possible to duplex certain labels that have been specifically designed for this application. To duplex labels, consult the Lexmark "Converter Lists" to see which converters have successfully developed this type of label, and you must install a special fuser wiper. The wax wiper that is used with the X642e is P/N 40X2666 (Cartridges designed for duplex label printing contain two wax wipers.
  • Page 123: Lexmark X644E, X646E

    Printer specifications Lexmark X644e, X646e The Lexmark X644e and X646e print on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder. Note: Scanning large quantities of labels is not recommended.
  • Page 124 The Lexmark X644e and X646e paper feeding mechanism uses advanced technology that enhances feeding reliability. The standard Lexmark X644e and X646e trays hold 250 or 500 sheets of bond paper and reliably feed all media tested according to the guidelines specified under “Dimensions”...
  • Page 125: Lexmark X651De, X652De, X654De, X656De, And X658De

    Lexmark X651de, X652de, X654de, X656de, and X658de The Lexmark X651de, X652de, X654de, X656de, and X658de print on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 126 550 sheets of bond paper, and reliably feed all media tested according to the guidelines specified under “Dimensions” on page For difficult‑to‑print sizes, such as 3 x 5‑inch index cards, Lexmark offers a variety of special media trays and drawers. Notes: •...
  • Page 127 It is possible to duplex certain labels that have been specifically designed for this application. To duplex labels, consult the Lexmark “Converter Lists” to see which converters have successfully developed this type of label. You must install a special fuser wiper. The wax wiper that is used with the X651de, X652de, X654de, and X656de printers is P/N 40X2666 (cartridges designed for duplex label printing contain two wax wipers).
  • Page 128: Lexmark X734, X736, And X738

    “Troubleshooting” on page 14 Lexmark X734, X736, and X738 Lexmark X734, X736, and X738 printer models support card stock and labels from the standard 550‑sheet tray, an optional 550‑sheet tray, the multipurpose tray, and the optional 550‑sheet specialty media drawer.
  • Page 129 Printer specifications Labels Width: 76–216 mm (3–8.5 in.) Length: 124–356 mm (4.88–14 in.) Weight: 180–300 g/m (48–92 lb) Thickness: 0.13–0.20 mm (0.005–0.008 in.) Smoothness: 50–300 Sheffield* * 50–150 Sheffield is optimal. This printer may support labels with smoothness of less than 50 Sheffield such as coated paper, polyester, vinyl, or other synthetic facestock paper.
  • Page 130: Lexmark X746 And X748

    Printer specifications Lexmark X746 and X748 The Lexmark X746 and X748 printer models support card stock and labels from the standard 550‑sheet tray, an optional 550‑sheet tray, the multipurpose feeder, and the optional 550‑sheet specialty media tray. Note: The optional 2,000‑sheet tray does not support card stock or labels.
  • Page 131 Printer specifications The minimum size for labels supported in the multipurpose feeder is 76 x 124 mm (3 x 4.88 in.). The minimum size for labels supported in the standard and optional trays is 148 x 210 mm (5.82 x 8.26 in.) 50–150 Sheffield is optimal.
  • Page 132: Lexmark X782

    Printer specifications Lexmark X782 The Lexmark X782 can print on many labels designed for use with laser printers. The following tables list the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder. Note: The optional 2000‑sheet drawer supports plain and glossy paper.
  • Page 133 Printer specifications Card stock and label guidelines Labels are one of the most difficult print materials for laser printers. A fuser equipped with a dry web cleaner may be required for label applications to optimize feed reliability. If you print large quantities of labels or other glossy print media, then install a dry web cleaner upgrade kit (P/N 40X1856).
  • Page 134: Lexmark X792De, X792Dte, X792Dtfe, X792Dtpe, X792Dtme, And X792Dtse

    Lexmark X792de, X792dte, X792dtfe, X792dtpe, X792dtme, and X792dtse The Lexmark X792de, X792dte, X792dtfe, X792dtpe, X792dtme, and X792dtse printer models support card stock and labels from the standard 550‑sheet tray, an optional 550‑sheet tray, and the multipurpose feeder. Note: The optional 2000‑sheet drawer does not support card stock or labels.
  • Page 135 Printer specifications Overview of label support Labels 1, 2 Paper source Paper Dual‑web paper Polyester Vinyl Standard and optional 550‑sheet trays 180 g/m 180 g/m 220 g/m 300 g/m Multipurpose feeder 199 g/m 199 g/m 220 g/m 260 g/m Vinyl labels are supported only when the printing environment and media are 20–32.2°C (68–90°F). The skew performance of heavy vinyl labels may be enhanced by feeding from an optional 500‑sheet drawer if placement of the image is critical.
  • Page 136: Lexmark X850, X852E, And X854E

    Load card stock into the multipurpose feeder with the recommended print side faceup and the top edge entering the printer first. Lexmark X850, X852e, and X854e Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. Paper labels are supported in Tray 1, Tray 2, and the manual bypass feeder.
  • Page 137 Printer specifications Tray 1 Tray 2 Multipurpose feeder Labels 64–105 g/m 64–216 g/m 64–216 g/m Card stock 64–105 g/m 64–216 g/m 64–216 g/m Labels Width: 89–297 mm (3.5–11.7 in.) Length: 99–432 mm (3.9–17 in.) Weight: 64–216 g/m Thickness: Up to 0.25 mm Smoothness: 100–400 Sheffield* * 150–250 Sheffield is optimal.
  • Page 138: Lexmark X860E, X862E, And X864E

    Limit label printing to occasional use of A4‑ or letter‑size paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. The Lexmark X860e, X862e, and X864e support stocks up to 216 g/m . Always feed labels and card stock from Tray 1, 2 or the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 139 Printer specifications Labels Width: 89–297 mm (3.5–11.7 in.) Length: 99–432 mm (3.9–17 in.) Weight: 64‑216 g/m Thickness: Up to 0.25 mm Smoothness: 100–400 Sheffield* * 150–250 Sheffield is optimal. Using media higher than 300 Sheffield could result in printing degradation. Card stock Width: 89–297 mm (3.5–11.7 in.)
  • Page 140: Lexmark X925

    Load card stock into the manual bypass feeder with the recommended print side faceup and the top edge going in first. Lexmark X925 Limit label printing to occasional use of A4‑ or letter‑size paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels.
  • Page 141 Printer specifications Labels Paper source Paper Vinyl Standard 150‑sheet tray Not applicable 131 g/m Multipurpose feeder Occasional use up to 131 g/m 256 g/m Labels Width: 210–216 mm (8.3–8.5 in.) Length: 279–356 mm (11–11.7 in.) Weight: 120–128 g/m Thickness: 0.13–0.20 mm (0.005–0.008 in.) Smoothness: 100–400 Sheffield* * 150–250 Sheffield is optimal.
  • Page 142: Lexmark X940 And X945

    Limit label printing to occasional use of A4‑ or letter‑size paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. Lexmark X940 and X945 support stocks up to 220 g/m . Always feed labels and card stock from Tray 1, 2, or 3. We recommend printing on grain long card stock.
  • Page 143: Lexmark X950

    Limit label printing to occasional use of A4‑ or letter‑size paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. Lexmark X950 supports card stock up to 300 g/m The following table lists the maximum weights supported by the trays and the multipurpose feeder.
  • Page 144: Optra Plus, 4039, 4029, 4019, Winwriter 600 Printers

    Printer specifications Card stock and label guidelines When printing on labels: • From the printer control panel, set the paper size, type, texture, and weight in the Paper menu to match the labels loaded in the tray. • Do not use label sheets with a slick backing material. •...
  • Page 145 Printer specifications Label material 200‑sheet heavy duty tray 500‑sheet card stock & label tray Paper, dual web 125 sheets 250 sheets Vinyl, polyester 70 sheets 200 sheets The following table lists the print material specifications for the special card stock and label trays, as well as guidelines for the tray position (upper or lower drawer).
  • Page 146: General Maintenance

    Printer specifications Integrated forms Dual web forms Pressure‑sensitive area Pressure‑sensitive area Media Paper base Paper base 500‑sheet tray (550 grams) 140–175 g/m 140–170 g/m 75–131 g/m 75–135 g/m (20–35 lb bond) (20–36 lb bond) 500‑sheet tray (650 grams) — 170–175 g/m —...
  • Page 147: Optra C

    1200 dpi quality desirable for graphics and gray scaling. Using third party, non Lexmark cartridges and fuser cleaners can void the printer warranty. Using refilled non‑Lexmark cartridges can result in toner build‑up in the printer, which increases the potential of toner contamination.
  • Page 148: Optra C710

    Printer specifications Optra C710 Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels. The Optra C710 supports stocks up to 163 g/m (90 lb). Feed labels from the multipurpose feeder only, which holds up to 30 sheets of card stock or labels.
  • Page 149: Optra Color 1200

    Printer specifications Card stock and label guidelines When printing on labels: • Use only label sheets that have no gaps between the labels. Acceptable labels Unacceptable labels • From the operator panel or from MarkVision Professional, set the Paper Type to Labels. •...
  • Page 150: Optra E, Ep

    Printer specifications Card stock Labels Paper source Index Bristol Cover Paper Vinyl Multipurpose feeder — — 163 g/m 163 g/m 135 g/m For paper and transparency specifications, see the printer User's Guide. Labels Width: 210–216 mm (8.3–8.5 in.) Length: 279–356 mm (11–14 in.) Weight: 60–135 g/m Card stock...
  • Page 151: Optra E310, E312

    Printer specifications Card stock Weight: Up to 163 g/m Index Bristol (90 lb) Up to 163 g/m Tag (100 lb) For more information, see “Maintenance procedures” on page Optra E310, E312 Limit label printing to occasional use of paper office labels designed for laser printers. We do not recommend using vinyl or polyester labels.
  • Page 152: Optra Es Special Media Printer

    Printer specifications Optra Es special media printer The Optra Es printer has highly precise print registration and excellent feeding reliability. It was designed to handle a wide range of paper and card stock weights, as well as continuous printing of labels. The following table lists the maximum weights supported by Tray 1 and the manual feed slot.
  • Page 153: Optra K 1220

    Printer specifications Maximum stack Source Print media height Input capacity Output capacity Tray 1 Paper 20 lb bond 15 mm (0.6 in.) 150 sheets 100 sheets 24 lb bond 15 mm (0.6 in.) 100 sheets 100 sheets Labels Paper 13 mm (0.5 in.) 70 sheets 70 sheets Vinyl...
  • Page 154: Optra M410, M412

    Printer specifications Card stock Labels Paper source Index Bristol Cover Paper Vinyl Multipurpose feeder — — — — 150 g/m Manual feed tray — — — — 150 g/m For paper and transparency specifications, see the printer User's Guide. Labels Width: 210–216 mm (8.3–8.5 in.) Length:...
  • Page 155 Printer specifications Labels Paper source Paper Vinyl Dual web Integrated Multipurpose feeder 120–180 g/m 260–300 g/m 140–180 g/m 140–175 g/m 250‑sheet label tray 120–180 g/m 260–300 g/m 140–180 g/m 140–175 g/m The 250‑sheet label tray option accommodates plain paper, transparencies, simple paper labels, dual web paper labels, and vinyl labels.
  • Page 156: Optra N

    Printer specifications When printing on card stock: • From the operator panel or MarkVision Professional, set the Paper Type to Card Stock. • Do not use preprinted card stock manufactured with chemicals that may contaminate the printer. • Do not use card stock that is creased. It may cause paper jams. •...
  • Page 157: Optra S

    Printer specifications Optra S Optra S 1250, S 1255, S 1620, S 1625, S 1650, S 1855, S 2420, S 2450, S 2455, Se 3455 The following table lists the maximum weights supported by each of the printer trays. Range or maximum weight supported Multipurpose feeder and optional Print material 250‑sheet and 500‑sheet trays...
  • Page 158 9. If specialty media does not conform to these guidelines, we recommend using the 250‑sheet special media tray option, P/N 43H5410, to prevent double sheet feeds. For those difficult‑to‑print sizes, such as 3 x 5‑inch index cards, Lexmark offers a variety of special media tray and drawer options.
  • Page 159: Optra Sc 1275

    Printer specifications The information in the specification tables is intended to convey general guidelines for tray and drawer selection. The material type, rigidity, sizing, perforations, die-cuts, and surface influence the performance reliability. The duplex option supports all paper weights and types that the printer supports, except for transparencies and envelopes.
  • Page 160: Optra T

    Printer specifications Limit card stock printing to occasional use of A4‑ or letter‑size Index Bristol or Tag. The Optra SC supports stock up to 163 g/m (43 lb). Always feed card stock and labels from the multipurpose feeder. The multipurpose feeder can hold up to 75 sheets of card stock or labels.
  • Page 161 Printer specifications Range or maximum weight supported Multipurpose feeder and Print material 250‑sheet and 500‑sheet trays optional 250‑sheet drawer Paper Xerographic or business paper 60–176 g/m 60–135 g/m (grain long) (16–47 lb bond) (16–36 lb bond) Card stock Index Bristol 163 g/m (90 lb) 120 g/m...
  • Page 162 “Dimensions” on page For those difficult‑to‑print sizes, such as 3 x 5‑inch index cards, Lexmark offers a variety of special media trays and drawers. Note: Optional 250‑sheet Universally Adjustable Trays designed for the Lexmark T printer family support forms with a minimum length of 5 inches when installed either in the integral tray location or in a 250‑sheet drawer under a...
  • Page 163: Optra W810

    Printer specifications • Use full label sheets. Partial sheets may cause labels to peel off during printing, resulting in a paper jam. Adhesive material may contaminate your printer. It could also void your printer and cartridge warranties. When printing on card stock: •...
  • Page 164 Printer specifications Card stock Width: 210–216 mm (8.3–8.5 in.) Length: 279–356 mm (11–11.7 in.) Weight: Up to 163 g/m Index Bristol (90 lb) Card stock and label guidelines When printing on labels: • Set the Paper Type to Labels in the Paper Menu. •...
  • Page 165 Glossary Glossary Adhesive contamination Migration of adhesive away from a label, which can cause printer contamination. Also known as glue contamination. Anvil cuts Cuts that penetrate both the face stock and the liner of a label. Auto compensator A gear‑driven pick arm suspended by a counterbalance spring that allows the printer to automatically adjust the pick force necessary for different types of print materials.
  • Page 166 (as opposed to printers that center paper in the path), the edge of the print material that is positioned next to the hardware reference and that is driven by the rollers in the printer. For most Lexmark printers, the driver edge is the left edge of a portrait page.
  • Page 167 Glossary Pick The mechanical action the printer performs to remove one sheet of material from the tray. Pick roller The roller that assists in picking a sheet of material from the tray. Pull strength “Release” on page 167. Release The ability of adhesive to resist label peeling during the printing process. Rollback The lifting of labels from the backing during the printing process.
  • Page 168 Glossary Vellum finish A finish with a rough surface similar to eggshell and antique finishes. A vellum finish is relatively absorbent, providing good ink penetration. Wash boarding Waviness in the stock that gives a rippled appearance to the material; generally moisture related.
  • Page 169 Index Index form design 11, 9 moisture content 166 fumes 9, 25 adhesives fuser cleaner contamination 20, 23, 25 Optra Plus and 4039 printers 147 notices 2 integrated forms 25 Optra S 159 label component 23 oil bleed 31 grain orientation 17 orientation 11 backing 23 bar codes 11...
  • Page 170 Index weight, basis 9 weights, card stock comparison 0 zone coating adhesives 25 integrated forms 31 labels 26...