High-Performance Monochrome Laser Printer for Businesses with Larger Print VolumesThe Brother HL-6180DW is the ultimate high volume monochrome laser printer solution for medium sized businesses and small workgroups. It features reliable, high-speed printing at up to 42ppm and automatic duplex printing for producing professional two-sided documents and booklets. The HL-6180DW provides a large 550-sheet‡ paper capacity for fewer refills, and offers low cost output via a super high-yield 12,000-page‡ replacement toner cartridge. Users can share the HL-6180DW with others on their network via its built-in Gigabit Ethernet or wireless 802.11b/g/n interfaces, and wirelessly print from their mobile device via‡: AirPrint™, Google Cloud Print™, Brother™ iPrint&Scan, Cortado Workplace and Wi-Fi Direct®.
Maximum capacity based on using 20 lb (bond) paper.
BR-Script3 is PostScript®3™ compatible
First Time to Print
From Ready Mode and standard tray.
"In-Box" Consumables (Yield)‡
Approximate toner cartridge yield in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752 (letter/A4). Drum yield is approx., and may vary by type of use. For more information see www.brother.com/pageyield.
Maximum Monthly Duty Cycle‡
Maximum number of printed pages per month and can be used to compare designed durability between like Brother products. For maximum printer life, it is best to choose a printer with a duty cycle that far exceeds your print requirements.
Mobile Device Compatibility‡
Requires connection to a wireless network. AirPrint is a trademark of Apple Inc. Cortado is a trademark of Cortado AG. For more details and mobile device compatibility, visit www.connectprintshare.com
Optional Paper Trays (capacity)
Maximum capacity based on using 20 lb. (bond) paper. Additional purchase required.
Recommended Monthly Print Volume‡
The recommended range of monthly printed pages to achieve the best possible performance and printer life. Printers are intended to handle occasional usage beyond this range with little or no effect. Consistently printing above the recommended print volume, however, may adversely affect the print quality or life of the machine. It is always best to choose a printer with an appropriate recommended print volume to allow for any anticipated increase in printing needs.