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With your DuraLabel Toro, producing custom labels and signs is fast and easy. Its powerful software expands your creative capabilities and simplifies safety compliance. This versatile, go-anywhere printer comes with a built-in keyboard, mouse, and touchscreen for your convenience.
Because your Toro is a standalone system, you can take it to a remote site, or place it on a cart and use it anywhere in your facility.
An optional battery provides three hours of continuous printing capability, even when there is no power outlet nearby. Additional options include an Ethernet port for shared printing and a Wi-Fi expansion for full networking capability.
Due to different licensing agreements, some Toro systems use Microsoft Windows XP Embedded™ software, while others use Ubuntu Linux™ software. The functions of the two system types are only slightly different and are described in this User Guide.
To identify the operating system in use on your DuraLabel Toro, press the system information icon on your toolbar. In the lower right part of this window, you will see the name of the operating system in place on your Toro. If your DuraLabel Toro uses Ubuntu Linux the system also includes a list of preferred fonts, which can be found by pressing the help icon on the toolbar and then pressing the View button for Preferred Fonts. This list shows which fonts we recommend for use, and similar fonts available on Windows-based systems.
Toro’s control panel is centered at the top of the printer.
Contains Toro’s power and data transfer ports.
NOTE: The Toro supports communication through a USB cable no longer than three meters or 9.5 feet.
The Toro keyboard is permanently mounted to the printer housing. Open the keyboard by moving the release slider on the control panel to the right and pulling the keyboard down until it rests on your work surface. When finished with the system, you can raise the keyboard back into its locked, upright position.
Your DuraLabel Toro has two different modes:
When the keyboard is open (showing Toro’s screen) the system is in its Standalone mode. To use Desktop mode and design labels on your computer, close the keyboard (hiding Toro’s screen). While in Desktop mode, Toro’s internal software will be deactivated to save power. You can turn your Toro on or off while it is in either mode, and you can switch it between the two modes whenever it is not busy.
Toro includes a 9" (diagonal) screen with touch capability. You can use a fingertip or the Toro stylus (seated in the bottom-right edge of the keyboard) to design your labels.
To unlock the screen and adjust its angle, push the release button to the right of the screen. Then, lift the screen to the desired angle. The screen features four tilt positions to optimize viewing and touch accessibility. Each position is held firmly in place for finger touch and pointer use.
In addition to the touchscreen, Toro includes a wireless optical mouse. The mouse comes with a small USB receiver, which will be pre-installed into one of the USB-A ports on the Connection Panel of your Toro. The mouse uses a single AA battery and includes its own power switch; if the Toro does not respond when you use the mouse, make sure that the USB receiver is still firmly connected, that the mouse power switch is set to ON, and that the battery is still fresh.
If you have any questions about using your DuraLabel Toro printer, get help from Graphic Products’ world-class support team by calling 800-788-5572 or visiting GraphicProducts.com. We’re here to help with all your labeling needs!