- Hand-fed machine folds 1 to 3 sheets in seconds
- Creates a letter fold to fit a standard size business envelope
- Folds up to 30 letters a minute, 1800 sheets per hour
- For use with 8 1/2" x 11" paper, 20-24 lb. bond
- Accepts stapled sets
- Automatically folds paper when inserted
- Easy to remove unlikely paper jams
- Non-skid feet
- Dimensions: 13" x 5.75" x 5.875"
- Weight: 9 lbs.
- UPC Code: 11991620108
- Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Reviewed on 2/28/2016
We use this at our church to fold mailings. At first we had issues with jamming but it works well once we got the hang of it.
Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's have a look at the P6200, a desktop letter paper folding machine by Martin Yale. The MYP6200 is a great way to fold letters very quickly. Simply place your paper in the back slot and it folds it right through and comes out the front. This machine can handle 20-24lb paper as well as handling three sheets at a single time, even if they're stapled together. And that's the Martin Yale P6200. For more demos, reviews, and how to's of this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
Welcome to MyBinding How To videos. Today's video is how to remove a paper jam from your MYP6200. So you put the paper in but it didn't come out. You've got a jam. The first thing you do is remove the plug. Then flip over your paper folder to the under side. Here you'll note the green plastic paper stop. Remove it by bending it slightly and pulling it out. And the black round disk is the paper un-jammer. Twist it off. And turning the machine back over, place the knob into the right hand side. There's an opening and line the teeth up. Once in, begin twisting the knob until the paper begins to come out and you just pull it out the rest of the way. Replace the knob, replace the little plastic fence guard, again by sliding one end in, bending the end a little bit, and sliding it on the other side. Connect the power cord, and you're all set. Happy folding to you. For more demos, reviews, and how to's on this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
Martin Yale P6200 Desktop Letter Paper Folding Machine Review
Desktop paper folders are gaining popularity as people discover the convenience they offer. For light use, the Martin Yale P6200 Desktop Letter Paper Folding Machine is a great system. Built to sit on your desk, this device is easily accessible to be ready for use right when you need it. It will also save you money in time and wasted paper. Here is an in-depth look at this handy little machine.
Petite dimensions and lightweight design allow the folder to sit comfortably on your desktop. Non-skid feet help it to stay in place. And since it only weighs about 9 pounds, it is easy to carry around if you need to move it.
As previously stated, this is a highly convenient item. It is ready to go out of the box; no setup is required, just plug it in. A photo-optic sensor detects paper in the feed and automatically starts the motor for you. Paper jams are unlikely but easily removed thanks to an accessory handle included for manual turning of the rollers. If that doesn't clear up the jam, the machine is easily disassembled for further cleaning.
The hand-fed opening takes up to three sheets of 20lb to 24lb non-glossy paper at once. They can even be stapled together if you need to fold a statement or report. This device only folds standard or A4 sized papers into a "C" fold, the standard letter trifold. Documents emerge ready to slide into a business size envelope. Items fold at a rate of 30 sheets per minute or up to 1800 per hour.
A one year manufacturer's warranty guarantees the product to be defect-free. Unfortunately, the warranty doesn't include consumable parts, labor, or shipping.
Non-adjustable plates mean this device can only fold things into the standard trifold for letters. If that's the only fold you need, then this won't affect you. But offices preferring multiple fold styles would be better off with a machine offering a variety of fold options.
Though it can potentially provide up to 1800 folded sheets per hour, it is not designed for continuous use or high volume shredding. You will wear out your machine quickly by doing mass mailings. If you foresee your office needing the full 30 sheets per minute, you should look into a folder designed for medium to high volume use. This one will work better and last longer with only light, occasional use.
One other thing it would be nice to see on this folder is the ability to handle additional sizes of paper. If you're only looking for a simple device to fold letters, this one is perfect for you. But if you want to fold larger items, such as legal size documents, you will want a machine that can handle longer paper.
The Martin Yale P6200 is great for smaller jobs where letter folding is a necessity. This machine works ten times faster than folding items by hand, which improves productivity. Since it also saves money, this device will eventually pay for itself. We think any office needing to fold the occasional letter will benefit from the P6200 Desktop Letter Paper Folding Machine.