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The Top 5 Letter Folding Machines of 2017

The Top 5 Letter Folding Machines of 2017

On the lookout for the best paper folding machine for your office?

Paper folding machines are a cost-effective solution for all of your mailing and letter folding needs. They are easy to use and free up the time you need to take care of other administrative tasks.

If you've decided to invest in a paper folding machine for personal or office use, it's important to do your research wisely.

Read on to learn about what we've chosen as the best paper folding machines of the year so you can be assured you're choosing the best model.

1. Martin Yale P6400 Paper Folder

When it comes to top brands for paper folding machines, Martin Yale is leading the industry. Their paper and print handling and finishing machines are high-quality, durable, and reviewed highly by customers.

You really can't go wrong with any Martin Yale paper folding machine. But we like the P6400 paper folder because it presents a cost-effective option to customers looking for a lighter duty machine.

This lightweight and space-efficient machine can fold up to 2200 sheets per hour, making it ideal for offices or homes with small to moderate paper output. It creates two folds for 8.5" x 11" documents.

The machine is manual, meaning you have to insert the paper yourself, but it does the folding work for you. The P6400 will even fold stapled documents. Use one of the selector knobs to easily change the type of fold.

Enjoy a tabletop folder that doesn't easily jam, stays secure on top of any surface with solid rubber feet, and is straightforward to troubleshoot.

2. MBM 98M Tabletop Paper Folder

MBM is another brand that we love here at Paper Folder Pro. As with Martin Yale models, MBM paper folders are hard to narrow down because each one is so well crafted.

However, we recommend the MBM 98M tabletop paper folder for its versatility, size, and quality.

The 98M tabletop paper folder is also space-efficient, making it ideal for home and business offices. It has a folding output of over 7,000 sheets per hour. If you have small to moderate paper folding needs that tend toward the moderate or heavier duty, this MBM model is ideal for you.

We also recommend this model because it is so user-friendly. Simply push some straightforward buttons to arrange paper fold type--you've got four options (Z, letter, single, and double-parallel folds).

You can load the paper yourself and walk away, because the 98M can hold up to 150 sheets at a time. You'll also find greater flexibility on paper sizes you can use, and can program the machine to fold larger projects.

3. Martin Yale P7200

If you're still wanting to stick with Martin Yale but need a higher hourly output than the P6400 model, you'll want to check out the P7200. This desktop paper folding machine is light-duty but can fold up to 4,000 sheets per hour.

You can load paper into a feed tray on this little guy, letting it do the work for you. You have 2 folds to choose from and only one paper size, but if you have smaller and more specific office folding needs, this won't be an issue.

If you've got a smaller space, no worries. This machine occupies very little space and even hangs its collection basket off of the edge of a table, so that folded copies neatly stack when completed.

Choose this model for an efficient and cost-effective solution to your paper folding needs.

4. Formax FD 38X

If you're on the search for a high duty paper folding machine for your busy office or company, you'll definitely want to consider a Formax. These machines are ideal for high output and the FD28X, in particular, can fold over 20,000 sheets an hour.

Users can use a backlit control panel to program jobs and easily navigate projects. Choose from eighteen pre-programmed folds or create up to 35 custom folds for any project need. Don't worry about loading paper yourself, because the FD38X can hold up to 500 pages at a time.

The Formax FD 38X is also compact enough to fit comfortably on a desktop space. Completed jobs are organized neatly in a loading tray.

Investing in this paper folding machine definitely means choosing one of the most efficient and high duty models on the market.

5. Duplo DF 970

Duplo is another phenomenal brand for higher duty paper folding machines. We recommend the DF970 because, despite its large size and high output, it's one of the quietest models on the market.

This machine folds up to 242 sheets per minute with a three-roller processing system, making it highly effective for large paper folding needs. It's so quiet because it has built-in sound absorbers. How's that for technology?

Invest in the DF970 for pre-programmed and custom folds, easily accessed by a user-friendly touchscreen. You'll feel confident walking away from this machine and letting it work its magic because the paper feed tray holds up to 500 sheets at a time.

The Duplo is ideal for letters, brochures, newsletters, menus, and beyond. You'll be able to use a variety of different paper sizes depending on your paper needs.

The Best Paper Folding Machine of 2017

Paper folding machines are essential business commodities, and it's important to invest in a high-quality one for your folding needs. When searching for folding machines, look for reputable brands and make sure you purchase from an established company like Paper Folder Pro.

Topping the charts for paper folding machines of 2017 are two Martin Yale models that are ideal for smaller folding needs. You'll also find an ideal light-duty tabletop paper folder in the MBM 98M model.

For offices requiring higher duties, Formax and Duplo are go-to brands. Specifically, the Formax FD38X and Duplo DF970 are cutting-edge.

At Paper Folder Pro, we supply all of the above brands, models, and more. Browse our selections organized by brand, duty, feed type, and fold adjustment. Whatever you discover, you'll be purchasing your machine from experts of the industry.

Or give us a call and we'll be happy to walk you through your exciting new purchase.


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