Download the file labeled MAC OS Driver Package Software for MX-3640N.
Open the file and double-click the installation software.
From the options select your Mac operating version number and double click the installer.
Create Printer Object
Open your System Preferences and select Printers & Scanners.
Click the plus sign (+) to add a new printer.
Go to Advanced and in the next window, fill out the following:
Type: Windows printer via spools
Device: Another Device
Use: Use the drop down menu to find SHARP MX-3640N
The printer name and location are optional fields.
Note: If you do not see the Advanced icon in your dialog box, see the following instructions to add it.
Add the Advanced Icon on a Mac
In System Preferences > Printers & Scanners, click the plus sign (+) to add a new printer.
Hover over Default and right click. Select Customize Toolbar from the options.
Drag the Advanced button into the toolbar and select Done.
Choose the device options in the following dialog box and click OK:
Input Tray Options: Four Trays
Output Tray Options: Finisher
In the home screen toolbar, select Go > Connect to Server.
Enter smb://oit-pprcut-clus1.seattleu.edu in the Server Address field. If prompted, enter your Seattle University username and password.
Select PCClient and click OK.
In the Mac folder, double-click the client-local-install and select Yes in the dialog box.
Note: macOS Catalina users: if client-local-install script does not run successfully
The client-local-install script to install the macOS client will no longer work on macOS Catalina, since it is still 32-bit.
The workaround, and much simpler way to install the macOS client is to copy the PCClient.app from the server, to the local /Applications folder - as you would do with other macOS apps. The PCClient.app will then run successfully.
Print Your Document
Select Ctrl + P on a document to test.
When prompted, enter your Seattle University username and password and choose a budget (personal or department).