How to Print Labels on a Toshiba Printer and Copier

by Kyle McBride; Updated September 26, 2017

Toshiba America Business Solutions markets a mid-volume line of copiers and printers under the eStudio model name for business use. These multifunction machines have copying, printing, scanning and faxing capabilities. A wide variety of print mediums can be run through the machines including sticker labels. The settings for running these labels is different from those for standard paper. With attention to the special needs of the labels as a print medium, they can be run reliably.

Copied Labels

Place the original on the glass or in the automatic document handler.

Open the bypass tray on the right side of the copier. Flip down the tray, then pull out the tray extension.

Place the label sheets into the bypass tray face down with the head toward you.

Adjust the paper guides in the bypass tray appropriately for the label sheet.

Touch the paper size button on the control panel to correspond with the label sheet size (usually "LTR" size). Touch the "Media Type" button on the control panel, then touch "Thick 2." Touch "Enter."

Press the "Start" key.

Printed Labels

Open the bypass tray on the right side of the copier. Flip down the tray, then pull out the tray extension.

Place the label sheets into the bypass tray face down with the head toward you.

Adjust the paper guides in the bypass tray appropriately for the label sheet.

Return to your desk, then select the "Print" option in the software application from which you wish to print.

Select the Toshiba printer. In the Print dialog, select the bypass tray as the paper source and select "Thick 2" print mode, then print the document.

Tips

  • Toshiba recommends Avery 5165 sticker labels for use in its multifunction printers and copiers.

References

  • "Toshiba: Operator's Manual for Basic Function, eStudio 350/450;" Toshiba TEC Corporation: 2003
  • Lynn Bowker; Field Service Technician; Gulfport, Miss.
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