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Martin Yale SP200 2-Pass Score and Perf Machine

Martin Yale SP200 2-Pass Score and Perf Machine

Martin Yale SP200 2-Pass Score and Perf Machine

Part #: MYSP200
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The Martin Yale SP200 scores and perforates cards and tickets into a tent style (folded in half). Thicker paper types cannot be folded in a typical manner. Instead, to prevent unsightly cracking or tearing, a scoring or perforating machine will make tiny piercings for clean folds in thicker materials. Place any paper width between 3.5" to 12" by adjusting the paper guides. The SP200 will score or perforate (or both) down the center for an even, symmetrical fold. Use it for special business cards, greeting cards, or events with tickets. The SP200 is fast and efficient, perfect for big jobs.

Product Details

  • 14,000 sheets per hour
  • Paper widths from 3.5" to 12"
  • Adjustable guides to accommodate different paper widths
  • Feeder holds 5/8" stacks
  • Adjustable scoring and perforating hubs
  • Two 14-tooth scoring/perf wheels each
  • Easy set up


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Questions & Answers
What is the highest pound paper this machine will perf or score?
Asked by Rebecca 3 months ago
Thank you for your question. The Martin Yale SP200 2-Pass Score and Perf Machine is able to perf and score stock up to #100 cover stock.

Answered by MyBinding 3 months ago
I see in the description that this machine delivers a perforation directly down the middle of the paper. My question is whether or not it is possible to offset the guide to allow for the perforation to be put an inch in from one side of the paper?
Asked by Nurse 8 months ago
The perforation wheel does have the ability to move. You would need to move the guide roller to the edge with the perforation roller so it has support so the paper does not roll.

Answered by Mybinding.com 8 months ago
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