Martin Yale Mark VII High Speed AutoFolder Paper Folding Machine

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Martin Yale Mark VII High Speed AutoFolder Paper Folding Machine

Z Fold, Half Fold, Letter Fold, Double Parallel Fold, Engineering Fold, Church Fold - Folds 35,000 Sheets/ Hour - Compatible With Up To 14" x 20" Paper Sizes - 43" x 24" x 19.5" - Gray - View Complete Details

Product Number: PREMK7000

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Martin Yale Mark VII High Speed AutoFolder Paper Folding Machine - The Martin Yale Mark VII High Speed AutoFolder uses a continuous feed system and features a manual adjust sheet separator. The feed table holds up to 350 20 lb. sheets. Get the fold you want there using the manual paper guide and skew adjustment- create letter, half, z-fold, double parallel, engineering and church folds. Includes removable cartridges for perforation and/or score. The LED fold counter helps you keep track of your work. Handles coated, laser and copier paper types.

  • 35,000 sheets per hour
  • Accepts 16 lb. bond to 80 lb. index paper
  • Takes paper sizes from 3.5" x 4.25" to 14" x 20"
  • 43" x 24" x 19.5"
  • 108 lbs.
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