Martin Yale Model 1217A Medium-Duty AutoFolder, 10300 Sheets/Hour

Product Number: PRE1217A
  • Ideal for frequent medium to large size jobs.
  • Automatically feeds, folds and collects a stack of documents.
  • Simplified adjustment for folding different size documents.
  • Adjustable for customized folds.
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Martin Yale Model 1217A Medium-Duty AutoFolder, 10300 Sheets/Hour - Medium-Duty Autofolder automatically feeds and folds sizes up to 12 x 18" and at up to 10,300 sheets per hour. Ideal for medium to large mailrooms. Folds include half, letter, z-fold, and double parallel. Make simple adjustments for 8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 14" and 11" x 17". Autofolder is adjustable within a fold range of 2" to 11-1/2" on the first fold and 1-1/2" to 5-3/4" on the second for customized folds. Fold sheets from 4" x 4" to 12" x 18" from 16 lb. to 135 lb. bond stock. Large rubber rollers provide consistent paper feeding and a professional tight fold that emerges on durable conveyor belts, creating easy-to-handle, fanned stacks. Feed tray capacity is 250 sheets. Use manual bypass to feed up to five sheets with or without staples."

  • Ideal for frequent medium to large size jobs.
  • Automatically feeds, folds and collects a stack of documents.
  • Simplified adjustment for folding different size documents.
  • Adjustable for customized folds.
  • Fully adjustable paper guide for ease of use and accuracy.
  • Bypass for hand feeding stapled sheets.
  • Handles most common paper stocks.
  • Folded material emerges on durable conveyor belts creating easy-to-handle fanned stacks, which are kept in numerical order.
  • One of the first machines in the industry to have a reversible motor.

Product Specifications

  • Additional Information
    Operates at a speed of up to 10,300 8.5" x 11" sheets per hour Unit has a reversible motor that helps clear paper and mistaken feeds Folded material emerges on conveyor belts creating easy-to-handle, fanned stacks, which are kept in numerical order
  • Assembly Required
    No
  • Auto Jam Detection
    No
  • Auto Off
    No
  • Brand Name
    Martin Yale
  • Certifications & Standards
    UL CE CSA
  • Color
    Gray
  • Conveyor
    Yes
  • Country of Origin
    United States
  • Depth
    17"
  • Ease-of-Use Skew Control
    No
  • Electrical
    115V 60Hz
  • Electronic Controls
    No
  • Features
    Automatic Document Feed
  • Feed Table Sheet Capacity
    250
  • Fold Range
    2" to 11.50" 1st Fold 1.50" to 5.75" 2nd Fold
  • Fold Type
    Half-fold Z Fold Baronial Fold Right Angle Fold Double Parallel Fold Letter Fold
  • Fold Types
    Double Parallel Half Z Letter Gate Engineering Church
  • Folder Speed - Sheets per Hour
    10,300
  • Folding Speed
    10300 Sheets/hour Maximum
  • For Maximum Sheet Size (W x H)
    12 x 18
  • For Minimum Sheet Size (W x H)
    3 1/2 x 4
  • Global Product Type
    Folding Machines-Automatic
  • Height
    13"
  • Input Voltage
    115 V AC
  • Manual Feed of Stapled Sheets
    Yes
  • Manufacturer
    Martin Yale Industries
  • Manufacturer Part Number
    1217A
  • Manufacturer Website Address
    www.meadhatcher.com
  • Material
    Plastic Steel
  • Number of Folds
    7
  • Packaged Quantity
    1 Each
  • Paper Feeder Type
    Automatic
  • Paper Size
    4" Width x 4" Length Minimum 12" Width x 18" Length Maximum
  • Paper Weight Range
    135 lb Index 16 lb Bond
  • Perforating/Scoring/Slitting
    No
  • Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent
    0%
  • Post-consumer-waste%
    0%
  • Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent
    0%
  • Product Name
    Premier Medium-Duty Auto Folder
  • Product Type
    Paper Folding Machine
  • Recycled
    No
  • Recycled Content
    0%
  • Shipping Weight (Approximate)
    62 lb
  • Stack Capacity
    250
  • Total Recycled Content Percent
    0%
  • Variable Speed Control
    No
  • Weight (Approximate)
    53 lb
  • Width
    21.25"

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