The 7 Best Automatic Paper Folders

Updated December 05, 2018 by Melissa Harr

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We spent 26 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top choices for this wiki. Whether you're working in a small business, church, or school, you're most likely way too busy to sit around repeatedly creasing documents, trying to get them ready for mailing or distribution. That's why you'll want one of these automatic paper folders, which take a time-consuming job and shift the labor onto a machine. Since needs differ, we've included models with varying capabilities. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best automatic paper folder on Amazon.

7. Martin Yale Desktop

6. Formax FD 38X

5. Pitney Bowes FD10

4. Martin Yale P7200 Premier

3. Duplo Manual

2. MBM 98M

1. Martin Yale 1611

Editor's Notes

December 04, 2018: Looked at paper folders with varying levels of automation, including those with manual feeding systems, as they tend to be more budget-friendly and accessible to smaller businesses. This led to including the Martin Yale Desktop and Pitney Bowes FD10, choices that are similar, although the latter can handle A4 while the former is not made for this size. Included the Martin Yale 1611, MBM 98M, and Duplo Manual for more robust needs.


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Last updated on December 05, 2018 by Melissa Harr

Melissa is a writer, editor, and EFL educator from the U.S. She's worked in the field since earning her B.A. in 2012, during which time she's judged fiction contests, taught English in Asia, and authored e-courses about arts and crafts. In her free time, she likes to make stuff out of sticks and string.


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