Do you need a really big paper folder for really big sheets? Okay, in the desktop finishing machine world, a ‘big’ sheet is just 12 x 18 inches, but a tabletop folder than can handle a sheet that large is hard to find. It used to be that tabletop paper folders would max out at 11 x 17 inches. The advent of larger digital duplicators has created the need for a large sheet size a bit bigger – and this has been addressed this with the Martin Yale 1812 Autofolder.
While it’s rare to see a folder this size at less than $3000, it’s even more surprising to experience about the ease of use and quick setup that the 1812 folder provides. It’s a very universal procedure on most paper folders to adjust the feeding mechanism when switching between different thicknesses. On this folder, there is no adjustment needed, just load your sheets into the feed tray and dial in the settings on the two fold trays – then press start. with 4 selectable speed settings, the 1812 will precisely and quickly fold your job at speeds from 3,000 to 15,000 sheets per hour.
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