I have a supplier that provided us with wristbands that can be printed in a laser printer. However, it should be a printer that uses low melt point toner. As I understand, the Xerox coloe 570 uses the low melt toner. As a result, I was hoping we would be able to print these wristbands without a problem. On my first run, I ran it as plain paper like an idiot and the 3rd sheet through got stuck in the fuser and literally melted into a blob. An hour later of carefully cleaning it, it was working fine.
I need to reduce the temp on the fuser. I've read that this can be done on other printers but haven't found this opiton yet on the 570. I am thinking to try the "Transparency" media type next because I imagine it has to lower the temp on the fuser so as not to melt the clear plastic.
Any insight, tips, ideas, or suggestions greatly welcomed!
You can't lower the temp, you have to change the stock type, which in turn raises/lowers the temp.
Transparency would be your best option