People who need to SCAN and/or PRINT without a compatible Lion driver from their manufacturer can use Apple's very basic "PRINT & SCAN" utility in System Preferences:
- Click the Apple menu ( ), and then click System Preferences .
- Click Print & Scan ( ).
- Click Scan , and then click Open Scanner .
- Click Show Details . The details of the scan display, including options to modify scan settings such as output type.Figure 2: Example of the Show Details scanning screen
- Change any settings as necessary, and then click Scan .
The next window looks like this:
Hope this helps
The specs for this printer show that it supports Postscript and PCL. So for starters I suggest you try creating a print queue using the Generic Postscript printer driver included with Lion. If this prints then you have confirmed that it does support Postscript, so the next step is to find a driver, or at least a PPD, that will let you access more finishing options. But if you are happy with just printing then the Generic PS driver will work fine.