Video of the Martin Yale 1711 Paper Folder
Description of the Premier 1711 Folding Machine by Martin Yale
The Martin Yale 1711 Electronic Ease-of-Use Autofolder offers some of the latest folding technology available. Forget the hassle of manually configuring your fold plates and fold settings, simply press a few buttons, and the Martin Yale 1711 will automatically configure the fold plates, feed and fold your paper. No need to fan your documents before placing them into the feed tray, all you have to do is put your paper in and watch as it folds up to 9,000 sheets per hour. With 5 different fold types to choose from, including letter, half, z-fold, double parallel, and gate, the 1711’s electronic controls automatically pre-set letter, legal, and A4 paper sizes.
The paper tray, able to hold up to 150 sheets simultaneously, allows for large folding jobs to be completed quickly. Do you have multiple sheets of paper held together with staples? With the Martin Yale 1711 automatic paper folder you can hand-feed up to 5 stapled sheets at once into the machine, even paper measuring from 3 ½” x 5” to 8 ½” x 14”, weighing in from 16lb bond to 70lb index. This added features makes it extremely easy to fold your packets and handouts quickly and efficiently.
The 1711 automatic folder also features an automatic turn-off sensor that cuts power to the motor once the feed tray is empty of any paper, as well as a conveyor exit table that makes collecting all of your folded documents convenient. The auto jam detect sensor also keeps the 1711 from jamming itself further in the unlikely event of a paper jam, and alerts the user to when a jam has occurred.
Thanks to the enhanced precision skew adjustment, you don’t have to worry about your folds coming out incorrectly. The 1711 grants the user easy access to the rollers and offers improved stacking wheels and self-centering paper guides. These features just add to the 1711's simple operation. The conveyor exit table neatly stacks your finished documents for your convenience. Ideal for large mailrooms, associations, and offices, the Martin Yale 1711 proves reliable, user-friendly, and versatility.
|Manufacturer Name||Martin Yale|
|Fold Adjustment Setting||Automatic fold adjustment|
|Feed Tray Capacity||Up to 150|
|Fold Speed||9,000 sheets/hour|
|Fold Types||Half Fold, Letter Fold (Tri), Z Fold, Double Parallel Fold, Right Angle Fold, Baronial Fold|
|Pre-programmed Standard Folds||6|
|Accepted Paper Sizes||3 1/2'' x 5'' to 8 1/2'' x 14''|
|Accepted Paper Weights||16 to 70 lbs.|
|Voltage||115 Volts; other voltages available|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1711|
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Good but rollers hard to clean
This is WAY WAY quieter than our previous paper folder and it sets itself when I press the buttons. I'm super happy we got it.
I wish I could give it 4.5 stars because my complaint is very minor. But on my old paper folder the rollers popped out with a light yank but I haven't figured out this one yet. In the meantime I have to manually advance the rollers with my hand to clean the toner off. Where can I find the instruction manual?
- Feels nice and sturdy with lots of features that make it easy to use. I can flip between letter folding for accounting to half folds for accounts payable just by pressing a few buttons. The service department has begun using it to fold their leave-behinds too now. I'd estimate right now we are running 6,000 peices every three weeks and this paper folder hasn't been a problem.
Basically a 1611 but automatic
This is not an upgrade to the 1611, it's the same exact thing. The only difference I can see is that the fold adjusts automatically when you press a button. I do a different fold every day so that's useful to me, but if you only ever preform one fold then there's no point to getting an automatic folder.
I can also verify that custom folds are no problem. You aren't "locked" into the preset folds that the machine comes programmed with.
- Was convinced to upgrade to this from the 1611. Ended up being a good call. Folds about 2,000 statements per week for us and it hasn't jammed yet.
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