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Martin Yale 1711 Automatic Paper Folder
Martin Yale 1711 Automatic Paper Folder

List Price: $2,527.00
Our Price: $1,438.81
Savings: $1,088.19

Product Code: E-FOLD3132

Description Technical Specs
The Martin Yale 1711 Automatic Paper Folder can handle documents from 3-1/2" x 5" to 8-1/2" x 14" in size, and can create up to six of the most common folds such as the letter, half, z-fold, double parallel, right-angle, and baronial. The 1711 paper folder has a smooth operating feed system, stacking wheels, and skew adjustment. The feed table has a capacity of 150 sheets and it operates at a speed of 9,000 sheets per hour. Stapled or unstapled sets of up to 5 sheets can be fed manually through a by-pass in the feed table. It has self centering paper guides ensuring paper loading and feeds squarely into the folder. Take advantage of advanced improvements in the fold plate settings that allow for precise folds and easy adjustment.
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  • Automatic document folding machine
  • Can fold 9 000 sheets per hour
  • Creates six different fold types:letter half z-fold double parallel right-angle and baronial fold
  • For use with 8-1/2" x 14" paper 16-70 lb bond
  • Drop in feed system
  • Folds 8-1/2" x 14" into letter fold style
  • No fanning needed and the retarder is self adjusting
  • Self centering paper guides
  • Stapled sets of up to 5 sheets can be folded by hand-feeding documents into the feed table bypass
  • Folds stapled or unstapled sets up to 5 sheets via manual bypass
  • Made in USA
  • Free Ground Shipping!

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