Rollo is a cheap 4x6" label printer that has some quality issues, but is a good entry option for high-volume shippers.
In this walkthrough we will:
Download and install the Rollo driver
Add the Rollo to your Printers in System Preferences
Print a test label
Calibrate (if needed)
Print your Pirate Ship shipping label
Download and install the Rollo Driver
First, download the Rollo Driver for Macs.
Follow the steps provided by Rollo.
Then, plug in your Rollo printer to the power source and connect it to your computer with the included USB cable.
Add the Rollo to the Printers in System Preferences
Click on System Preferences under the Apple Menu in the top left corner of your screen.
Then, click the Printers & Scanners icon.
Next, click the + button under the Printers window. From the drop-down, click Add Printer or Scanner...
The Rollo will display as Printer Thermal Printer. Select it from the list.
If desired, rename the printer in the Name field.
Then, in the Use drop-down, click Select Software.
Locate and select Rollo Printer and click OK.
Print a test label
Don't use the test label that Rollo provides, because it's a fake label that doesn't represent what a real label will look like. Instead, use the test labels Pirate Ship provides here.
Open the test label and Print the label using the settings configured as shown below (paper size will be 100mm x 150mm).
Once done, your Rollo is ready to print!
You may need to calibrate your new Rollo if your test label doesn't print correctly. Just load your labels into the Rollo printer, then click & hold the blue button on top until it beeps.
This will calibrate your label size. You can then print your test label again.
Follow these same steps for other brands
There are several other brands that make 4x6" label printers similar to the Rollo. Following these same steps will work to set these printers up with your Mac operating system. If you have a question about a specific printer other than Rollo, chat in our with Support Crew and we'll help you get sailing 😃