Martin Yale releases its 1811 Paper Folder

Martin Yale's new 1811 Paper Folder.
Martin Yale’s new 1811 Paper Folder.

Martin Yale (Wabash, Indiana) a leading U.S. manufacturer of print-finishing, office and mailroom equipment, has introduced its latest paper folder – the 1811. Designed to require no pre-fanning of paper, it provides mailrooms and offices in schools, churches, businesses and associations, with a convenient way to automatically fold a stack of up to 300 sheets of paper. The new 1811 Paper Folder performs seven types of folds quickly and easily at up to 12,000 sheets per hour. The fold range is adjustable on both the first and second folds. Large rubber rollers provide consistent paper feeding, while durable conveyor belts create easy-to-handle, fanned stacks. The new 1811 can also fold stapled sets of papers up to five sheets through its Manual Bypass feature.

Greg German.
Greg German.

“Martin Yale’s new 1811 Paper Folder will handle even the largest folding jobs with ease,” said Greg German, President of Martin Yale. “The 1811 is built to last, whether you’re folding hundreds or thousands of papers a week. This highly durable machine takes the pain out of folding tasks.” As with all of the OEM’s products, the 1811 is backed by the company’s 5 Star Service commitment – which includes customer service, order handling, support, product quality and performance and integrity. Martin Yale manufactures print-finishing, office and mailroom equipment, was founded in 1940, and has over 75 years’ experience in designing, engineering and manufacturing.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.