Refurbished Martin Yale CR828 Semi-Automatic Paper Creaser
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Refurbished Martin Yale CR828 Semi-Automatic Paper Creaser

Part #: R4MYCR828
Brand: Martin Yale
  • Quick and easy set-up, simply remove from the packaging, install the paper stops, plug in and done!
  • Has six sturdy rubber feet allowing the machine to sit squarely and evenly on any flat surface
  • Durable steel construction for many years of use
  • Hard-anodized alumnum paper guides/paper stops to secure your documents firmly in position for a more accurate crease everytime
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Product Description

The Martin Yale CR828 Semi-Automatic Paper Creaser creases a panel of up to 28" wide and 18.2" long. This creasing machine is quick and easy to set-up, simply remove from the packaging, install the paper stops, plug in and done! It is equipped with hard-anodized aluminum paper guides/paper stops to secure your documents firmly in position for a more accurate crease every time. Plus, it has a durable steel construction that will stand for many years of use. If you want to have a professional quality literature production, then this Martin Yale CR828 Semi-Automatic Paper Creaser is a must have.
Please note that our refurbished products have been inspected by our technicians and function like-new. We have a limited inventory of these items at the special refurbished prices. They are only available while supplies last.

Product Details

  • Quick and easy set-up, simply remove from the packaging, install the paper stops, plug in and done!
  • Has six sturdy rubber feet allowing the machine to sit squarely and evenly on any flat surface
  • Durable steel construction for many years of use
  • Hard-anodized alumnum paper guides/paper stops to secure your documents firmly in position for a more accurate crease everytime
  • Creases a panel of up to 14" wide and 18.2" long
  • 3-button hand activation control panel: Crease, Foot Pedal On/Off, Reverse test/DeJam
  • Automatic Jam detection
  • Easy set-up for single or double-fold

Item Specifications

  • Type: Manual Paper Creaser
  • Paper Weights: 341 GSM, 130# Cover, 16 (0.016") Point
  • Dimensions: 24" W x 20" D x 7" H
  • Weight: 33.5 lbs.
  • Manufacturer's Warranty: 180 Day Manufacturer's Warranty (Extended Warranties Available)

Demonstration Video

Transcript: This is the Martin Yale CR828 Semi-Automatic Paper Creaser!

Folding paper by hand results in cracking and tearing of the ink as seen here—and the fold isn’t straight.

Using a creaser produces a clean fold line that presses the ink, preparing it for a fold.

First, we’ll go over the the controls: Push the green button to crease your page. Or if plugged in you can use the foot pedal, shown by the blue icon. The yellow one unjam the creaser—but our Martin Yale guy has never seen one jam.

Ok, now you place your page in and make sure you edge guides are measured out to the correct length ...
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This is the Martin Yale CR828 Semi-Automatic Paper Creaser!

Folding paper by hand results in cracking and tearing of the ink as seen here—and the fold isn’t straight.

Using a creaser produces a clean fold line that presses the ink, preparing it for a fold.

First, we’ll go over the the controls: Push the green button to crease your page. Or if plugged in you can use the foot pedal, shown by the blue icon. The yellow one unjam the creaser—but our Martin Yale guy has never seen one jam.

Ok, now you place your page in and make sure you edge guides are measured out to the correct lengths. Push the foot pedal or green button to make your crease. If you want two creases, move your page to the other guide and crease again.

By using both edge guides we can create a booklet fold as seen here, which can even act as a thermal cover. Or you can do a single crease, like this one straight down the middle.

It’s an easy creasing machine, because folding pages shouldn’t be difficult.

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