Dimensions W x D x H:
399 x 472 x 468mm
6cm LCD Display
Double Sided Print Size:
PCL5/6 & Postscript 3
First Page Out:
Max Paper Size:
Max Paper Weight:
Pages Per Min Mono:
Paper Handling Output:
2400 x 600
600 x 600
Move up to a multifunction product that combines printing, copying, scanning and faxing into a single compact and affordable device. The MX317dn produces professionalquality prints and documents at up to 33 pages per minute and is recommended for a usage of up to 6,000 pages per month. Includes a 6 cm (2.4 inch) colour LCD screen, builtin networking, security and mobile print capability.
Looking to consolidate devices to save space, time and money? The compact and reliable MX317dn provides multifunction performance at a low price. It’s built for durability and speed, thanks to a fast dual-core processor, 256MB of memory and builtin networking. This MFP can deliver up to 33 pages per minute, with the first page printed in as little as 6.5 seconds.
4 Years Warranty (up on customer registration)
Dimensions: (W)399 x (D) 472 x (H)468mm - Weight: 20kg
- Lexmark MX317dn Printer
- Power Cable
- User Guide
- Software CD
- Starter Toner: Black 2,500 Pages
Customer Questions & Answers
1).Would you be so kind as to tell me if this printer will work with my Home Wifi please?
2).Having only used inkjet printers before, can you tell me the significance of The Black imaging unit and its consumability in relationship to the ink cartridge. ie. Would I need a new Imager unit, every time I changed the ink cartridge.
Lucy da Costa
Question by: Mrs Lucy da Costa on 4 Jan 2018 15:41:00
A: Hi Lucy,
Thank you for your questions. I will answer them below.
1. This machine does not have integrated WiFi and so you would need to connect it via USB directly or onto your network via Ethernet cable. If the machine is close to your Wifi router you can in fact connect it directly to the router via Ethernet cable in order to make it effectively wireless.
2.Unlike an inkjet machine a laser device uses a series of components to print, one of which is the imaging unit. The toner is in effect the 'ink' and the imaging unit is the component that transfers the image to the page. You do not need to replace the imaging unit each time you change the toner, in fact an imaging unit for this model will last for around 60k pages and so you may never actually need to replace it if your print volume is low.
If you have any additional questions, please email them directly to me,
Answer by: Chris Hall (Admin) on 4 Jan 2018 16:07:00