Archive for the ‘Paper Folders’ Category

Create a Half Fold Using Letter-size Paper Along the 11″ Side

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

Half Fold Paper Folding MachineThere are many reasons why you may want to half fold paper along the 11″ side of a letter-size sheet of paper. Some USPS mailing applications require it, some literature looks good with this fold and there are many other reasons that come into play. Many people ask, “Is there a machine that can half fold letter size paper along the 11″ side?” The answer to this is yes. There are many machines that can do this. Let me explain how and exactly which machines can do it.

Half Fold - Single Fold - V FoldThe half fold, often called the single fold or V fold, is essentially a sheet of paper folded in half. The fold goes down the entire center of the width of a sheet of paper. About 99% of people that half fold paper do it across the narrow width of the paper, regardless of whether the paper is letter size, 11″ x 17″ or 12″ x 18″. Every so often people ask if a single fold can be done along the widest axis of a sheet of paper using a paper folding machine.

This type of fold is often done manually, but when it needs to be done on a scale of hundreds to thousands per day, a folding machine simplifies and speeds up the process. There are a few requirements you will need in a paper folding machine in order to do this. The first is you need a paper folding machine that can handle at least 11″ x 17″ paper. This is because you need to feed the letter-size paper with the 11″ side facing the friction feed wheels (or air suction apparatus if using a pneumatic folding machine).

MBM 207M Paper Folding MachineThe first folding plate needs to be completely blocked off, which is the process when single folding letter size paper along the 8 ½” width. The second folding plate needs to be set at 4.25″, which is half of the 8 ½” length. These two settings should allow your 11″ x 17″ or 12″ x 18″ paper folding machine to complete the fold.

Not all paper folding machines are capable of handling letter size paper fed in the “wrong” way. I recommend having us either test a sheet of paper on the machine you would like to use or let us confirm compliance with the manufacturer prior to making a purchase. This way we can ensure the machine works properly.

I have tested the half fold on 8 ½” x 11″ paper along the 11″ side on four machines and can confirm that they will work for you. These machines are:

  1. Intelli-Fold DE-202AF
  2. Intelli-Fold DE-172AF
  3. MBM 207M
  4. MBM 307A

All four of these paper folding machines are some of the best available and can easily handle larger sheets of paper, making them perfect for folding letter size paper along the 11″ side. The results are clean, crisp and professional. All four of these machines are also capable of folding paper on a large scale, up to hundreds or even thousands a day.

If you are curious as to whether one of our machines will handle your unique half fold, please feel free to call us at 1-800-658-8788. We are more than happy to answer your questions. You can find our entire selection of paper folding machines here.

Can A Paper Folding Machine Be Used With Pressure Seal Checks?

Monday, July 16th, 2012

Pressure Sealing MachinesIf you’re a business that uses pressure seal checks or other pressure seal forms, you may be wondering if you can use the folding machine in the mailroom to fold and seal those checks. This is a common question and one that I completely understand where it’s coming from. Who wouldn’t want their folding machine to have multiple purposes! The answer to the question, however, is no. I’ll explain in this article.

Pressure seal checks use special pressure activated pockets of glue. These pockets of glue typically lie along the perforated sides and edges of the pressure seal check. As pressure is applied to these pockets, they burst open and seal the mailable check shut. It is an efficient and tamper proof system that is used by businesses around the world. The amount of pressure required to burst these pockets of glue open is significant.

Paper folding machines use silicon or rubber rollers in the folding process. These soft rollers are designed to absorb vibration, reduce noise and help feed paper through the machine. Unfortunately these rollers don’t have near the amount of pressure required to fold a pressure seal check and activate the pockets of glue. Trust me, I have tried it and can confirm it does not work.

Pressure sealing machines, designed to fold and seal pressure seal checks, use solid metal rollers that apply huge amounts of pressure to the rollers, bursting the pockets open. These metal rollers are used in conjunction with rubber rollers. These machines are louder than your standard paper folding machine due to the metal roller configuration. Formax is probably the best-known manufacturer of pressure sealing machines (found here) and they offer a lineup of basic tabletop pressure sealers all the way up to industrial machines designed to output hundreds of thousands of forms a month.

Pressure Sealer Rollers vs Folding Machine Rollers

Setting up a pressure sealer is very similar to a standard folding machine. They both use folding plates to create letter folds, accordion folds and single folds. If you have used a paper-folding machine, setting up a pressure sealer should be like second nature to you.

We have been selling paper folding and pressure sealing machines for well over a decade, so please call us at 1-800-658-8788 with any questions. We can help you answer questions, look into leasing, e-mail you quotes and much more.

Duplo DF-920 Automatic Tabletop Folder Video Demo

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

Duplo DF-920 Paper Folding MachineIf you are in the market for a programmable paper-folding machine and need something that is easy to set up, is extremely accurate and creates professional folds as good if not better than the competition, consider the Duplo DF-920 (found here). This machine has been around for years and is a favorite with printers, businesses, government agencies and more. One great way to learn more about this machine is to watch the Duplo DF-920 video demo that we just added to our site.

Before I show you the DF-920 video, I would like to cover just a few main points on what this machine is, what it does and why you may want to consider using it.

What is the DF-920? The Duplo DF-920 is an automatic paper-folding machine. It features a digital control panel, self-adjusting folding plates and is considered by many to be one of the best automatic paper folders available. It uses a friction-feed system that uses rubber rollers to pull paper in for folding.

What does the DF-920 do? This machine is designed to quickly take your paper and fold it into a letter fold, accordion fold, single fold and much more. It is built with 6 pre-programmed common folds and allows you to set up custom folds as needed. The feed tray holds 500 sheets of paper (about a ream) and has a powered exit conveyor that keeps paper neatly stacked as it is folded.

Why should you consider using the DF-920? You may want to consider using this machine for your business if you need to fold hundreds to thousands of sheets of paper per day. If you need a reliable machine that will hold up for years, this is the machine you need. Considered a commercial / industrial folding machine, it can be used with paper up to 11″ x 17″ in side and can be used with paper ranging from 16# bond up to 90# index. It is robust enough for high-volume folding, yet compact enough to be used on just about any desk or table.

This is a video demo of the DF-920 Fully Automatic Tabletop Folder:

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As you can see, this is clearly one of the most professional and easy-to-use machines out there. It creates crisp and professional folds every time. Duplo has been around since 1951 and has one of the best reputations in the industry. If you need a quote, have questions or simply need to place an order, please don’t hesitate to speak with one of our Paper Folding Specialists at 1-800-658-8788. You can find our entire selection of paper folding machines here. Have a great day!

Introducing the Formax FD 6102 Envelope Inserting Machine

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

Formax FD 6102 Envelope Inserting MachineWhen it comes to automated mailing equipment, few manufactures come close to what Formax has to offer. Formax’s line of envelope stuffing machines, often called folder inserters, are excellent for mass mailing invoices, newsletters, promotional material and much more. We are happy to announce that we have just added their latest machine, the Formax FD 6102 (found here), to our site.

Folding and inserting machines are often a bit of an investment for a business. Formax, who manufactures some of the best medium and high-volume machines, also makes a great entry-level machine. The FD-6102 is a desktop envelope-stuffing machine that replaces both the FD-6100 and the FD-6150. This machine has a duty-cycle of about 5,000 pieces per month (at a rate of 1,360 per hour) and is a huge improvement over manually folding and inserting paper into envelopes.

One of the biggest improvements you will find with the FD-6102, over previous versions, is the touch-screen interface. This interface, which happens to be in color, is easy to navigate and makes setting up the type of folds and easy to do. A step-by-step job wizard helps guide you through the setup process. This machine will also allow you to set up, name and store 15 frequent jobs, making setup even easier later down the road.

An enhanced feeder design helps to make paper feeding more seamless and toner resistant fold rollers help cut down on jams. This, however, doesn’t mean that this machine, which uses friction rollers, will work with all glossy or coated paper. If you will be using glossy or coated paper, please send in samples for testing purposes.

Each of the feed trays can hold up to 100 sheets of 20# bond paper, the BRE / Insert tray can hold up to 100 pieces and the envelope hopper holds up to 100 outgoing envelopes at a time. If needed, the 2 sheet feeders can be linked together, doubling the sheet capacity to 200. When the first feed tray (100 capacity) empties, it will then move on to the second feed tray (in linked mode). In the event that you don’t what to set up any special jobs, you can simply manually feed a stack of up to 5 sheets via the drop-in feed system.

This is a video demo of the Formax FD 6102 in action:

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This machine will automatically, depending on the feed trays being used, pull a sheet off of each sheet and BRE feeder, fold them and insert them into an envelope. It will even seal the envelopes shut. The sealing function can be turned off if you prefer to leave your envelopes open.

In comparison to other folding and inserting machines out there, the FD 6102 is remarkably quiet. This makes it great for use in the office, in a mailing room or other location where people work.

This machine can be used with #10, #9 and 6″x9″ envelopes. It can be used with paper up to 14″ long and will create letter, half and double parallel folds. As documents leave this machine, the catch tray can be adjusted to accommodate the various sizes of envelopes that you are using.

If you still have questions, please give us a call at 1-800-658-8788. Our Mailing Specialists are more than happy to help answer your questions. You can find our entire selection of envelope stuffing machines here.

Recommended Martin Yale Paper Folding Machines

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

Martin Yale Paper Folding MachinesIf you’re shopping for a folding machine (found here), there are about a half-dozen manufacturers out there that produce some pretty good products. Few paper folder manufacturers have the reputation or the clout of Martin Yale. Martin Yale has been around since 1940 and has manufactured some of the best-selling machines of all time. I would like to go over a few customer favorites you may wan to use in your own office.

Martin Yale currently offers a lineup of about a dozen different machines. Some of these machines have been around for over a decade and use time-tested technology where other machines have a more modern finish and include digital keypads, self-adjusting folding plates and more. The machine you use for your business will ultimately depend on the type of fold you want to create, how many sheets you are folding per day and the type of paper you need to fold.

Recommended Martin Yale Paper Folding Machines

  • Martin Yale P6200 AutoFolder (found here)– This affordable desktop letter-folding machine is designed to help an administrative assistant fold the occasional invoice, bill, receipt or letter. It sits nicely on the side of a desk and doesn’t require any special setup. Simply place your paper in the top of the machine and it will do the rest. It is designed for use with letter size (8 ½” x 11″) paper around 20-24# bond thick.
  • Martin Yale 1501X AutoFolder (found here) – The 1501X, sometimes called the CV7, is a auto-feed folding machine. This means you can place a stack of paper in the feed tray (in this case about 160) and the machine will automatically feed the paper into the machine and fold it. The 1501X features manual-setup folding plates and can be used to fold paper in accordion, letter, single, double parallel and more. This machine has been around for a decade and is very popular with small businesses.
  • Martin Yale 1611 AutoFolder (found here) – This folding machine is relatively new to Martin Yale’s lineup of folding machines. It has been wildly popular with our customers. While the folding plates are manually adjusted, this machine is extremely easy to use. It is affordable and includes high-end features such as a drop-in feed system (no pre-fanning required) and a powered exit conveyor that helps keep paper stacked as it leaves the machine.
  • Martin Yale 1711 AutoFolder (found here) – This is one of the most affordable automatic folding machines available. By automatic, I mean that the setup is completely automated. Simply select the fold you want from the control panel and the machine will automatically adjust the folding plates. The 1711 features a drop-in feed system, a powered exit conveyor and works beautifully on a desk or table.
  • Martin Yale 2051 SmartFold (found here) – If you need a folding machine with a little more folding power, consider the Martin Yale 2051 SmartFold. This machine, formerly called the Intimus 2051, features a variable speed motor capable of running at a speed of 15,000 sheets per minute. It can handle small paper, large paper (up to 12″ x 18″), has a drop-in feed system, automatic folding plates and a nice powered exit conveyor system. This machine is perfect for medium to higher-volume folding.
  • Martin Yale Mark VII Pro (found here) – If you are a printing press or have need of a high-speed commercial folding machine, the Martin Yale Mark VII Pro is a great option. This replaces the popular Model 959. While it does have manually-adjusted folding plates, it runs at blazing fast speeds of up to 35,000 sheets of paper per hour. This is perfect for mailing literature, brochures, invoices and much more.

These six machines are some of our customers’ favorite Martin Yale folding machines. These six machines will provide you with trouble-free operation and all of them feature a great warranty. You can find our entire selection of Martin Yale folding machines here.  Please don’t hesitate to call one of our Paper Folding Machine Specialists at 1-800-658-8788 with any questions.

Invoice Folding Machines (Business Automation Tips)

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

Invoice Folding MachinesWe’re supposed to live in a paperless society now, right? With computers, laptops, iPads, Android devices and other useful tools to assist us, a lot of paper use is down. Many businesses, however, still deal with inbound and outbound mail on a regular basis. Much of this mail comes in the form of invoices. It should come as no surprise that folding and mailing invoices takes a lot of time. Luckily, there are several machines available designed to make folding and mailing invoices easier.

Most invoices are either folded and inserted into an envelope or the yare put into a package. The most common type of fold used for invoices is what’s known as a C-fold (aka Letter Fold). This type of fold involves 3 panels and 2 folds. The second most common type of fold for invoices is the accordion fold (aka Z Fold). Here is diagram showing both types of folds:

Letter / Accordion Paper Folds

Invoice Folding Options

There are four different tools you can use to fold invoices. The first is by hand, the seconds is by using a paper folding machine, the third is by using a folder inserter and the fourth is by using a pressure sealer. I will explain each of these methods in detail and will cover the pros and cons of both.

  1. Hand Folding Paper – If you’re a small business, and only mail out a few invoices a day, folding paper by hand may be an option. The only problem with this is that hand-folded paper looks hand folded. What I mean by that is the skew is often off, which means the folded paper looks misaligned and unprofessional. Don’t forget about those annoying paper cuts as well.
  2. Paper Folding Machines (found here)Paper Folding MachinePaper folding machines use a couple of folding plates and a series of rollers to fold paper. This is the most common method used for folding paper and is very popular for folding invoices. Simply set your fold, insert a stack of paper and let the machine do the res. The only downside to a traditional paper folding machine is that you still have to manually insert the folded invoice into an envelope. Paper folding machines are accurate and create very professional folds.
  3. Envelope Stuffing Machines (found here)Envelope Stuffing MachinesEnvelope stuffing machines, sometimes called folder inserters, automate the invoice folding process. Much like a stand-alone paper folding machine, envelope stuffing machines will fold the invoice, insert it into an envelope and seal the envelope shut for mailing. These machine, depending on the model, can be used to fold multi-page invoices in a single pass. While automated envelope stuffing machines are more money than a stand-alone folding machine, they make up for that cost in time saved.
  4. Pressure Sealers (found here) Pressure Sealer MachinePressure sealers are excellent machines to have for single-sheet invoice mailing. Pressure sealers use special pressure activated paper. This paper has tiny bubbles of pressure-activated glue around the edges of the paper. As this paper is run through the pressure sealer, the pockets burst open and seal the invoice shut. The invoice can later be opened by tearing off the perforated edges. The nice thing about pressure sealers is there is no envelope involved, yet the folded invoice can still be mailed. The special pressure-seal paper (found here) can be used in an inkjet or laser printer and then be fed into the pressure sealer. The results look great, are professional and are secure.

The invoice-folding machine you use will depend entirely on the size of your business, how many invoices you fold per day and what your budget allows. I recommend a standard folding machine for entry level to mid-level folding and an envelope stuffing machine or pressure sealing machine for medium to higher-volume invoice folding.

We have been selling invoice-folding machines for over 30 years now and are able to provide you with a lot of advice and expertise. Please feel free to contact one of our specialists at 1-800-658-8788 with any questions.

Paper Weight Conversion Chart – Bond / GSM / Cover / Index

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Paper Folding Machine Paper WeightsHave you ever been shopping online for a paper folding machine (found here), or other piece of office equipment, and saw the terms bond, gsm, cover or index weight listed next to a number? I don’t know about you, but this had always confused me. There are literally a half dozen different ways to determine the thickness of paper. For that reason, and to help all of you, I am including a convenient paper weight conversion chart.

Knowing the thickness of paper your paper folding machine can handle will mean the difference between a professional job and a complete disaster. There is no faster way to jam your paper folding machine, or other piece of office equipment, than trying to feed a thick piece of card stock through it when it can only handle half the thickness.

In Europe, and around the world, the method used for measuring paper thickness is gsm (grams per square inch), sometimes listed as g/m2. In the United States, and some other locations, other “weight” based measurements are used for determining the thickness of paper. This includes bond weight, text weight, cover weight, index weight and several others. This can be very confusing. The weight is usually based on a fixed width of 500 sheets.

This guide is designed to help get a round about idea on what one measurement converts over to another. Because paper weights vary so much, depending on several factors, this should be used as a guide only.  Numbers in bold are common thicknesses.

Paper Weight (Thickness) Conversion Chart

Paper Weight Conversion Chart - GSM - Cover - Bond - Index

If you are in the market for a paper folding machine (found here), or if you simply need some advice on choosing a machine for the thickness of paper you are using, feel free to contact one of our paper specialists at 1-800-658-8788.

How to Create a Church Fold Using 11″ x 17″ Paper

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

MBM 307A Paper Folding MachineWe recently had an opportunity to have MBM, one of the leading manufactures of paper folding machines, stop by our office and demonstrate some of their equipment. While I am already very familiar with MBM machines, one of the folds demonstrated on the MBM 307A (found here) was the church fold. This fold isn’t as common as many other folds, but is still very popular for folding literature. So what does a church fold look like and how do you create one?

To begin with, the church fold is technically a modified C fold (aka letter fold). In a letter fold, all three panels are equal widths. With a church fold, one of the three panels is smaller than the other two. The end result is a nice looking fold that is unique and really stands out.

Here is a picture of what the church fold will ultimately look like:

Church Fold

All paper folding machines (found here) are designed different, so my measurements may not work with your machine, but this is a great place to start. Most paper folding machines have two individual folding plates. Depending on the brand, sometimes these plates are on opposite sides of the machine and on other machines they are on the same side. With the MBM 307A (which I was just playing around with), the folding plates are on the same side of the machine. With this in mind, my measurements are based on a top and bottom plate located on the same side of the machine.

While the church fold can be easily done with an 8 ½” x 11″ sheet of paper, most church folds are created using 11″ x 17″ paper. I will cover the 11″ x 17″ size of paper in this article. Once you understand the concept, doing this fold on smaller paper should be pretty easy.

The church fold I created has a 3.5″ panel with two 6.75″ panels. What I did with the MBM 307A is set the top fold plate to 3.5″ and the second folding plate to 6.75″. The 307A is complexly automatic. After punching in the numbers, the machine adjusted itself and in seconds I was creating church folds.

This fold can be easily modified. Keep in mind that the length of the paper I am using is 17″. This is the most important measurement to remember when doing custom folds. If I want the first fold to be 3″ instead of 3.5″, all I have to do is subtract 3 from 17. This leaves me with 14. I now need that remaining 14″ to be folded in half. This means I need the second fold plate set to 7″.

Creating a Church Fold on a Folding Machine

I have tried this variation of the church as well and it looks great. This simple math will allow you to easily create just about any custom fold you want.

So there you have it! A church fold. It is easy to create and literally takes just seconds to minutes (depending on experience) to set up and create. If you are having trouble setting up your church fold, or need a machine that can create one, please call one of our experts at 1-800-658-8788. They are more than happy to help you out. You can find our entire selection of paper folding machines here.

Folding Card Stock with Scoring Wheels and Folding Bones

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Paper Scorers and Folding Card StockFolding card stock and thicker paper can be a tricky issue. While many paper folding machines are capable of handling cover stock, the results aren’t always what you expect. Have you ever noticed the spine of your folded paper cracking, or the fold is jagged or crooked? This is a result of incorrectly folding thick paper, which results in what many in the print industry refer to as a cracked spine.

A cracked spine or a bad fold on card stock looks like garbage. It isn’t professional and is barely usable. If your folding machine isn’t capable of properly folding card stock, or the paper you are using is simply too sensitive to be folded using a machine, you may have to use different tools. One of the most popular methods for folding card stock and finicky paper is by using paper scorer (found here). Other popular tools include folding bones (found here).

Here is an example of paper manual folded without using a scoring wheel or folding bone. Looks pretty bad, right?

Non Scored Paper

Folding Bone – A folding bone is a long and slender tool, usually made out of plastic or real bone, that is used to slide along the surface of paper to help fold it or crease it. This is a very affordable solution for folding card stock on a low volume level. This is popular with home scrapbookers and small businesses. Folding bones are used for creasing, scoring and folding paper. Here is an example of someone using a folding bone:

Using A Folding Bone
(As found on www.vikiscardmakingideas.com)

People sometimes using scissors for the same purpose, however, scissors don’t slide along paper the same way a folding bone does. Scissors will often tear or damage the card stock. Because folding bones cost hardly anything, I highly recommend using a folding bone over scissors. You can find our folding bones here.

Scoring Wheel – Scoring wheels look a lot like pizza cutters. Scoring machines and paper scorers do a great job of creasing paper. Regardless of whether you are using an electric or manual machine, the results will look great. Essentially a metal grooved surface or wheel sits on the back of the paper and a scoring wheel rolls across the top of the paper (with pressure). This results in nice clean crease along the surface of paper. This can even be used for folding laminated paper. The score is clean and precise. Scoring machines are significantly faster than folding bones. Electric scoring machines can be use for mas production of greeting cards, literature and other folded card stock.

Here is an example of paper that has been properly scored:

Properly Scored Paper

At ABC Office we offer a great selection of paper scoring machines found here. We also offer a great selection of rotary paper cutters (found here), many of which are available with a scoring wheel option.

Regardless of the method you decide to use to fold your card stock and cover stock, be sure to use a folding bone or a scoring wheel for optimum results. Please feel free to contact one of our paper handling specialists at 1-800-658-8788 with any questions.

Paper Folding Machine Buyer’s Guide

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Paper Folding MachinesWhen shopping around for a paper folding machine, you typically find dozens of different models with dozens of different features. It is difficult to know exactly what machine is best for you. I have 11 years of experience with paper folding machines and would like to share with you some common questions that you can ask yourself prior to making a purchase. Answers to these questions will help you find the right machine.

Question 1: What type of paper are you using? The type of paper you use will definitely determine the machine you purchase. If you are using standard paper or card stock, a friction-feed machine will work fine. If you are using glossy or coated paper (slick surface), you will need to consider using an air feed folding machine. Friction feed machines often slip on glossy paper, resulting in a paper jam.

Question 2: How thick is the paper that you will be folding? All paper folding machines have a minimum and a maximum paper thickness capacity. Be sure the paper you are using falls within the machine’s capabilities. All machines can fold 20# copy paper, but not all can fold thinner 12# paper or thicker card stock.

Question 3: What kinds of folds do you need to create? Most paper folding machines will list the types of folds they can create. It is important to know, however, that some machines use a different word to describe the same fold. Here are a few examples:

  • C Fold – AKA Letter Fold
  • Z Fold – AKA Accordion Fold
  • Cross Fold – AKA French Fold
  • V Fold – AKA Single Fold
  • Engineering Fold – AKA Half Accordion Fold

Types of Paper Folds


Once you have determined the fold you need, make sure the machines you are looking at can accomplish the required fold.

MBM Paper Folding MachineQuestion 4: How much paper do you need to fold per day? Paper folding machines range from daily duty cycles of a few dozen to thousands of sheets per day. Most paper folding machines will list their motor speed and some will even list a daily duty cycle limit. It is important to know that the motor speed doesn’t necessarily reflect duty cycle, but it is a good place to start. Feel free to call us at 1-800-658-8788 if you need advice on the duty cycle of a specific machine.

Question 5: Do the documents need to be kept in order? If you are folding invoices or bills, you may need to keep folded material in alphabetical or numerical order. If this is the case, you will probably need a folding machine with a powered exit conveyor. Conveyors help slow paper down and assists in neatly stacking the paper. If you don’t need to keep folded documents in order, you may still like a conveyor as it helps keep things neat and orderly.

Question 6: Where will you be using your paper folding machine? Folding machines vary a lot in weight and size. If you plan on using your paper folder on a desk, be sure your desk or table can hold the weight. It is also a good idea to take into account the size of the machine as you will need a place to store and use it. It is also important to note that paper folding machines generate some noise, especially air suction feed machines. You may want to consider using your machine in a separate room or away from people, especially for long runs.

Glossary:

  • Friction Feed – A machine that uses rubber or silicon wheels to pull paper into the machine.
  • Air Feed – A machine that uses air suction to pull paper into the machine.

These six questions will narrow down your search to just a few models. Once you have selected a few models that will work, you then need to factor in your budget and feedback from other people who have used the machine. This should help make your final decision even easier.

We have been selling paper folding machines since 1980, and have a lot of experience with machines from Martin Yale, MBM, Formax, Standard, Intelli-Fold, Dahle and more. We are more than happy to help guide you in the right direction and will not pressure you into buying a machine. You can reach us by calling 1-800-658-8788. You can find our entire selection of paper folding machines here.

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