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Xerox 510 Wide Format Print System Supplies

The Xerox 510 Wide Format Print System is a scalable solution that adapts to your business needs. A budget conscious business owner can customize the monochrome Xerox 510 Print System by only buying the options their business needs right now. No need to purchase the optional color scanner, faster throughput, or high capacity stacker until your business needs change. Engineers, architects, print shops, and everyone else who needs large format capability will appreciate the versatility and scalability the Xerox 510 DP has to offer.

The Xerox 510, 510DP Wide Format Engineering Printer Copier Scanner is packed with features to give you crisp image quality through it's patented MicroDensity" technology. You'll get sharp prints and copies with edge-to-edge accuracy from black solid print areas to 256 grayscale levels. To keep your prints clean, the Xerox 510 printer's internal vacuums continually remove any toner particles that didn't adhered to your paper or other media.

Capable of printing up to 10 D size prints per minute with the optional upgrade and a capacity to hold 3 media rolls makes quick work for busy print shops and inhouse departments. The Xerox 510 wide format printer can produce up to 36 inch wide by 82 feet long prints. Don't overlook it's ability to also print at a minimum of 8.5 by 11 inches which is common of most copiers. With so many features on the Xerox 510, 510DP copier scanner printer, you'll quickly be on your way printing any job from architectural drawings to engineering designs.

Xerox 510 Wide Format Print System

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Xerox 510, 510DP wide format printer products we offer include:

If you don't see the product you're looking, then our Sales Team maybe able to help.

Many customers don't realize we manufacture our own Xerox 510 toner cartridges in our own facility. The toner cartridge, waste container, and all other components are brand new and we never reuse old components.  Of course you can always refill your empty toner cartridges yourself with brand new toner by purchasing our Refill Kits. 

Manufacturing our own Xerox 510 toner cartridges allows us to restock our inventory and offer large quantities quickly without having to rely on third party suppliers.  The biggest benefit is we can offer bulk pricing as well as Reseller, Service Technician, and Dealer volume pricing that other companies can't compete with.

Xerox 510 Wide Format Printer Additional Specs


  • Media: 3 Rolls at 36 inches by 500 feet
  • Media Type: Bond, Vellum, Film, Tracing Paper
  • Minimum Output: 8.5 inches by 11 inches
  • Maximum Output: 36 inches by 82 feet
  • Throughput: Up to 10 D's per minute (optional)
  • Speed: 4 IPS
  • Drivers: Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, AutoCAD 2002-2008
  • Formats: PDF, DWF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, GIF, DGN


  • Reduce / Enlarge: 25 to 400% in 0.1% increments.
  • Multiple Copy: Up to 999 Copies
  • Imaging: Inverse, Margins, Mirroring, Rotation, 7 Copy Contrast Levels
  • Modes: Normal, Line, Photo


  • Resolution: 400 by 400 dpi (monochrome), up to 600 (interpolated)
  • Copy and Scan Speed: 2 ips at 400 dpi
  • Scan Speed: 4 ips at 200 dpi
  • Minimum Input: 4.5 inches by 5.5 inches
  • Maximum Input: 42 inches by 100 feet, but will only capture 36 inches of an image.

How Much Can I Print With One Cartridge (Page Yield)?

Published yields should be considered as a guide line only and not an absolute indication of what yield can reasonably be expected in practice. It is important to be aware that actual coverage per page varies significantly depending on the job stream being processed, presence or absence of heavy graphics, machine density settings and the condition of the specific machine on which a job is being run.

Are Your Products OEM or Compatible?

Shop In Today offers a mixture of OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) and Compatible products. Our OEM products are designated with “Genuine” or "OEM" in the product titles as well as the Sku (Reorder) number ending in "-OEM". All other products are Compatible. Our Compatible products are manufactured to exacting specifications that meet or exceed OEM standards. You can have complete confidence in our compatible products as they have been sold for many years worldwide. Each product is backed by our "No Quibble Guarantee”. Any questions or concerns, please contact our Sales Department using the “Contact Us” form.

Why Should I Buy Compatible Products?

Think of the last time you picked up a prescription at the drug store. Many times you receive generic (compatible) medication rather than the brand name. This saves you a considerable amount of money.

You can also save a considerable amount of money over OEM products. Don’t be tricked into thinking that a lower price means a lower quality product. Compatible products are manufactured to exacting specifications that meet or exceed OEM standards.

Will Compatible Products Void My Warranty or Service Contract?

NO! We occasionally run into situations where our customer feels that they are forced to use OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) supplies. We, of course, do not know the specifics of the service contract that your company has with your service provider, however, we can make you aware of some important restrictions as to just how much a service provider can limit your freedom of choice with regard to supplies and consumables.

While we are not qualified to offer legal advice, it may be of interest for you to know that there two bodies of legislation that prohibit denying consumers freedom of choice with regard to from whom they can buy their supplies and consumables: The Sherman & Clayton Antitrust Acts and the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Improvement Act.



The Sherman Antitrust Act was passed by the US Congress in 1890. “The Sherman Act outlaws "every contract, combination, or conspiracy in restraint of trade," and any "monopolization, attempted monopolization, or conspiracy or combination to monopolize."”

The Clayton Antitrust Act was passed by the US Congress in 1914. “Section 7 of the Clayton Act prohibits mergers and acquisitions where the effect "may be substantially to lessen competition, or to tend to create a monopoly." As amended by the Robinson-Patman Act of 1936, the Clayton Act also bans certain discriminatory prices, services, and allowances in dealings between merchants”.



At one time it was common practice for IBM to intimidate customers by threatening to terminate, and in some cases terminating, equipment leases if the customer did not use all original supplies manufactured by IBM. The US Supreme court determined that this was a 'tying agreement' and found the practice to be in direct violation of the Sherman & Clayton Antitrust Act. This was a landmark decision ... and a very expensive and embarrassing experience for IBM.

The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Improvement Act, as the name implies, relates to similar situations when the equipment involved is under warranty.


Chapter 50 – Consumer Product Warranties
“2302. Rules governing contents and warranties”

“No warrantor of a consumer product may condition his written or implied warranty of such product on the consumer's using, in connection with such product, any article or service (other than article or service provided without charge under the terms of the warranty) which is identified by brand, trade or corporate name; except that the prohibition of this subsection be waived by the commission if:

1. The warrantor satisfies the Commission that the warranted product will function properly only if the article or service so identified is used in connection with the warranted product, and

2. The Commission finds that such a waiver is in the public interest.”


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