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Intelli-Fold DE-112AF Paper Folder Review

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Intelli-Fold DE-112AF Paper Folding MachineIf you are considering buying a Dynafold paper folding machine, or any machine for that matter, you should seriously consider the Intelli-Fold DE-112AF (found here). This paper-folding machine has been around for several years now and has proven that it has what it takes to keep up with the competition, and in many situations, surpass it. I have years of hands-on experience with this machine and I would like to share some of my thoughts and feelings on this machine with you.

To start off with, this machine is comparable to a Dynafold DE-102AF on steroids. It has several built-in improvements that make it a huge value over the DE-102AF and other similar machines. I will go into more details over the specifications, but I would like to say that this machine is currently one of our best sellers. One reason I like selling this particular machine is that when it leaves our building, our customers don’t have any trouble with it. It is very straightforward to set up and doesn’t have the finicky problems you find with other paper folding machines.

Who would be best off using this machine? The DE-112AF is the perfect letter-size paper folding machine. It can quickly fold invoices, letters and other literature up to 8 ½” x 14″ in size or as small as 3.5″ x 5″. With that paper size range, it is very versatile. It can handle paper ranging in thickness from 16# bond up to 50# index. These specifications allow the DE-112AF to keep up with most office paper folding operations.

While this machine does have manually adjusted folding plates, it is actually really easy to set up. A quick setup guide is printed on the folding plate, letting you know exactly where each of the two folding plates need to be set up. Simply loosen the thumb screws on the folding plate and slide it towards or away from the machine. Both plates must be adjusted. One thing I really like about this machine is that both of the folding plates are found on the same side of the machine. I have always found that his makes setup easier and seems to make better use of often-limited desktop space.

The DE-112AF will create most common folds you need. This includes folds such as the letter fold (also known as the C fold), the accordion fold (also known as the Z fold), the half fold, double parallel fold, gate fold and more. Because the folding plates are manually adjusted, custom folds are very easy to do as well.

Once the folding plates are set, the paper can be set in the tray. The feed tray on this machine holds up to 500 sheets of paper at a time. The machine will fold all of the paper in the  tray until it is empty, after which the machine will automatically stop. The DE-112AF uses three friction rollers to pull in paper, unlike many machines that have just one. The three friction rollers ensure even and aligned paper feeding. This results in an excellent skew and perfectly aligned folds.

There several things this machine has that you simply won’t find in the DE-102AF. To begin with, this machine has sensors that won’t allow this machine to run without the folding plates being properly inserted. The DE-102AF doesn’t have this, which can result in some significant paper jams. The DE-112AF also has paper stacking wheels and a powered exit conveyors. The stacking wheel slows paper down after it is folded and keeps paper neatly aligned as it leaves the machine. This is ideal if you need to keep your folded literature organized as it leaves the machine. The DE-102AF only has a catch tray, which can potentially lead to some jumbled paper.

Here is a video of the DE-112AF paper folding machine in action:

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I have used this machine a lot. I can safely say that it is one of the finest machines we offer in this price range. The internals are well put together, servicing is readily available and it is just a great overall machine. You can find the DE-112AF paper folding machine here and our entire selection of paper folding machines here.

Please feel free to contact us at 1-800-658-8788 with any questions .We would love to help you out. We can even test samples prior to purchase if you would like to see how your material would look folded on a DE-112AF. Do you already own one? Post your experiences here as a comment. Thanks for reading and have a great day!

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.

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.

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.

Paper Folding Machines: When Quality Matters

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

MBM 93M Entry-Level Paper Folding MachineYou’ll be hard pressed to find someone that says the economy is booming right now. Most businesses and individuals are strapped for cash and trying to squeeze as much as they can out of their budgets. While I understand budgets only allow for so much, there is one piece of office equipment you shouldn’t be cheap with…paper folding machines. I’ll explain why.

I recently had a conversation with a customer who had a broken MBM 87M paper folding machine. They were looking at possibly buying the replacement model, the MBM 93M. They asked me if improvements had been made to make it better and fix previous issues. I was a little taken aback. The MBM 87M was considered to be a decent machine and had a great track record. I decided to ask a few questions.

QUESTION: What type of fold are you creating?

ANSWER: We create a letter fold. This is being used at a university.

I thought to myself, “No problem here.” The 87M was perfect for creating letter folds. I decided to ask another question.

QUESTION: How many sheets do you typically fold in a day?

ANSWER: We will sometimes fold 3,000 to 5,000 sheets a day and then nothing for the rest of the month.

It was then that I discovered the problem. While the 87M was a good machine, it was never intended to fold that many sheets a day. The 87M, a machine that only cost a few hundred dollars, was designed to fold a few hundred sheets a day. Folding 3,000 to 5,000 on the 87M in a single day was like using a 1970 AMC Gremlin to race in a Grand Prix.

Intelli-Fold DE-102AF Paper Folding MachineI went on to explain that they would probably experience the same issues with the MBM 93M. They informed me that their university was cash strapped and they couldn’t afford much more.  I went on to explain that they needed to at least go with a folding machine like the Intelli-Fold DE-102AF. This folding machine, while not designed for high-volume paper folding, can handle a few thousand sheets in a day every so often without breaking down.

I can’t begin to stress enough how important it is to get a good paper folding machine. Trying to stretch a budget, and go with a cheaper product, will almost always lead to frustration and a short-lived machine.

If you are strapped for cash, and need to find a good machine for your money, please feel free to call us at 1-800-658-8788 and speak with one of our paper folding machine specialists. They are skilled and able to answer your folding machine questions and point you in the right direction. We want to provide you with a machine that is designed to hold up for years, not months.

You can find our entire selection of paper folding machines here.

Setting Up Folds on a Paper Folding Machine – Video Demo

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Friction Feed Paper Folding MachineIf you own a paper folding machine, or would like to know how one works, you have come to the right spot. I have 11 years experience using folding machines, both friction and air-suction styles. About a week ago I got an opportunity to use an Intelli-Fold DE-172AF and film it. As part of this video demo, I set up an created each of the 6 most common paper folds. This includes the single fold, letter fold, Z fold, double parallel fold, gate fold and half accordion fold.

Creating folds on a paper folding machine is remarkably easy and saves an amazing amount of time. Folds created on a folding machine are far more accurate, aligned and professional. I also appreciate the lack of paper cuts.

Here is a visual representation of each of these folds:

Types of Paper Folds

In the video demo, I go through how to set up each of the folding plates for these types of folds. I have found that once you know how to use one paper folding machine, they are all very similar in setup and operation.

This is a video demo of 6 common folds being created on a paper folding machine:

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The Intelli-Fold DE-172AF is a manually setup paper folding machine. This means that each of the folding plates have to be set up by hand. This involves loosening the strike plates and sliding them to the appropriate position and re-tightening them. I have found that this only takes about 30-60 seconds. Folds are clearly marked on the folding plates.

Once you know how to use the DE-172AF, you shouldn’t have a problem using other folding machines like the Dahle 10560, MBM 93M, Martin Yale 1217A and any other machine that uses manually adjustable folding plates.

One feature that I really like about the DE-172AF is the powered exit conveyor. This conveyor helps to slow down paper as it leaves the machine and also helps to keep paper neatly organized and stacked. This, in my opinion, is a nice advantage over other machines that simply spit the paper out into a catch tray. This is also nice for keeping paper in alphabetical order.

So who uses a paper folding machine? Many businesses use them for mailing purposes. I have also seen many people use them to fold brochures, booklets, fliers and promotional material.

At ABC Office we currently over 45 different friction-feed machines. You can find our entire selection of paper folding machines here.

Because we literally have over 30 years experience (company was created in 1980), we have some of the best-trained and skilled paper folding specialists available. Please feel free to call one of them at 1-800-658-8788 with any folding machine questions.

How to Dramatically Increase Office Productivity with a Paper Folding Machine

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Intelli-Fold DE-172AF Paper Folding MachineBe sure to join David Stuart, ABC Office Marketing Supervisor this Friday, Oct. 28 for a free live video webinar. David will show you how easy it is to set up and operate an automatic paper folding machine and answer any questions you may have.

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Folding paper by hand can be long and tedious, not to mention the loss of productivity and painful paper cuts! Automatic paper folders can save your office a significant amount of time and money.

Today’s advanced letter folding machines are simple to use and easy to operate. Paper folding machines can increase the number of letters you fold to anywhere from 4,000 to 115,000 sheets per hour.

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Why an automatic paper folding machine?

* Dramatically increase the number of sheets folded per hour
* Saves you time by allowing you to do other things
* Reduces physical and mental fatigue
* Saves money by increasing output and decreasing manpower
* Increase the types of letter folds you can create

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Why You May Want to Use the Intelli-Fold DE-172AF

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Intelli-Fold DE-172AF Paper Folding MachinePaper folding machines really find their place in copy centers, schools, non-profit organizations, churches and businesses. If you need to fold paper as large as 11″ x 17″, menus, brochures, pamphlets and other material, you are going to love the Intelli-Fold DE-172AF. This versatile paper folding machine is quickly becoming a customer favorite. There are many reasons for this. I have personally used this machine and this is my review.

The DE-172AF is especially an upgraded Intelli-Fold DE-202AF or an upgraded Dynafold DE-202AF. It is essentially the same machine as the DE-202AF except the DE-172AF features the addition of an extremely useful exit conveyor. This powered exit conveyor helps slow and control paper as it exits the machine. This process also helps to stack paper as it exits the machine. A powered exit conveyor is nice for any folding job, but is especially nice for invoices, bills, statements and other material that needs to be kept in order.

The Intelli-Fold DE-172AF (by Intelli-Zone) may be one of the best 11″ x 17″ paper folding machines around. It is certainly one of the most affordable. While it can easily handle larger 11″ x 17″ paper, it can also be used to handle paper as small as 3.5″ x 5″. This makes the DE-172AF extremely versatile. Acceptable paper thicknesses range from 16# up to 24#. This is about the thickness of a sheet of copy paper.

Setting up the DE-172AF is extremely easy. It uses a series of 2 folding plates to complete the job. Both plates need to be manually set prior to folding. Folds, based on the paper size, are clearly marked on the folding plates. While the plates are manually adjusted, they are really easy to handle. I can personally adjust the plates in less than a minute.

Unlike many folding machines in this price range, the DE-172AF does not require paper to be pre fanned prior to being placed in the machine. Simply make sure the paper is squared up and put it in the machine. Because the DE-172AF can hold up to 500 sheets of paper, it doesn’t require much babysitting. Paper feeding is extremely smooth, accurate and aligned.

Having used this myself, I can tell you that the folded edge of the paper is extremely crisp and professional. Paper doesn’t look like it was manually folded, rather, it looks like it has come right out of a printing press. A variable speed dial lets you easily slow down or speed things up.

Many people ask me about the build quality. This is understandable as a lot of “plastic” folding machines have a bad habit of easily breaking down. The DE-172AF features a high-end build. Much of this machine is made out of metal. Not saying all Chinese stuff is low quality, but I think the fact that the DE-172AF is not made in China really helps iron out the fine wrinkles and electronics that plague other machines.

The DE-172AF can create 6 of the most common folds used today. These folds include:

  • Single (Half, V) Fold
  • Letter Fold (C Fold)
  • Z Fold (Accordion Fold)
  • Double Parallel Fold
  • Gate Fold
  • Half Accordion Fold (Engineering Fold)

Because the folding plates are manually adjusted, it is also very easy to create custom folds on this machine. I personally like using this machine. As long as you aren’t folding heavy card stock, this machine is probably perfect for you. You can find the Intelli-Fold DE-172AF here and our entire selection of paper folding machines here.

Please feel free to contact one of our paper folding machine specialists at 1-800-658-8788 with any questions.

Intelli-Fold DE-102AF Paper Folding Machine Video Demo

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

Intelli-Fold DE-102AF Paper Folding MachinePaper folding machines are remarkable pieces of machinery. They have just one task….to fold paper. That almost sounds too simple. While folding machines do fold paper, they are efficient, meticulous, professional and accurate. They literally save you hours of time and untold amounts of money. One heck of a deal, not to mention a customer favorite, is the Intelli-Fold DE-102AF automatic paper folding machine. I recently had a chance to break it out of its box, set it up in our showroom and play around with it.

The DE-102AF is about the best paper folding machine you can buy for folding standard letter-size paper. It can be used to fold invoices, statements, brochures, pamphlets and more. While it really finds its stride with letter-size paper, it is also a great little machine for folding paper anywhere from 3.5″ x 5″ up to 8.5″ x 14″. As far as paper thickness is concerned, it can handle 16# up to 24#, which is about the thickness of copy paper.

What really impresses me about this machine is the build quality. The fold plates and the bulk majority of the components are made out of metal. The silicon rollers are designed to hold up with continued use and the electronics do a great job. It is easy to maintain, clean and takes just minutes to set up.

This is a video demo of the Intelli-Fold DE-102AF in use:

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I can safely say that the Intelli-Fold DE-102AF (formerly known as the Dynafold DE-102AF) will impress you as long as you are aware of the machine’s capabilities. We also offer a great selection of other folding machines (found here) if you need something that handles thicker paper or larger sheet sizes.

You will find the DE-102AF used in churches, schools and many other businesses and organizations. It can be used create the most common folds used today such as letter folds, Z folds, half folds, gate folds and much more.  Feel free to call one of our specialists at 1-800-658-8788 with any questions.

Martin Yale 1217A AutoFolder Folding Machine Video Demo

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

Martin Yale 1217A AutoFolder Paper Folding MachineThe Martin Yale 1217A is a paper folding machine is very near and dear to me. I actually learned how to use a paper folding machine by practicing on a Martin Yale 1217A and a CV7 (aka 1501x). While the time has flown by quickly over the past few years, that was over 10 years ago. While there have been a few tweaks and modifications, the 1217A is pretty much the same machine it was a decade ago.

There are a lot of reasons the 1217A continues to be a popular machine. For one, it can handle sheet sizes ranging from 4” x 4” all the way up to 12″ x 18″. It also has the ability to handle paper thicknesses ranging from 16# up to 135#. This is just about as much range as you need in most paper folding machines.

Another benefit of the 1217A AutoFolder, especially years ago, is the inclusion of a powered exit conveyor. The conveyor is designed to lay down folded material and organize it. Sheets of paper, as the near the end of the conveyor, are neatly stacked. This is perfect if you are folding invoices, bank statements and other alphanumeric material.

The 1217A folding machine is big enough to handle low to medium-volume jobs, yet is compact enough to sit on most tabletops and desktops. I have to admit this video is now a few years old, but this video still does a good job demonstrating the Martin Yale 1217A in action:

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Why should you consider the 1217A? For one, it has been around for years. This means Service Technicians, should the need arise, are very familiar with this machine. Parts and accessories are also readily available. There are also a lot of manuals, videos and other supportive material available online.

The only downside, which can be frustrating at times, is the fact that you have to pre-fan the paper prior to placing it in the feed tray. It isn’t too difficult, but I have been spoiled over the past few years with all the drop-in machines that require no special tweaking or fanning of the paper. You also have to adjust the retarder wheel on this machine to properly feed in paper, depending on the thickness.

You can find the Martin Yale 1217A AutoFolder paper folding machine here.

If you’re not certain this is the machine you need, I also highly recommend the following paper folding machines:

I hope this video and article has been helpful to you. Please do not hesitate to call us at 1-800-658-8788 with any questions. We are more than happy to help. You can find our entire selection of paper folding machines here.

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