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Formax FD314 Desk Top Paper Folder - Demo Model

The FD 314 Office Desktop Folder provides an economical solution for low-volume folding projects. It combines a compact footprint with push-button controls, so it's simple to use, right out of the box! Fold plates are clearly marked for four common folds - letter, zig-zag, half and double parallel - and can be easily adjusted for custom folds. With a three-tire drop-in feed system, it processes 11” and 14” paper at speeds up to 7,700 sheets per hour, and offers a hopper capacity of up to 250 sheets.

The LCD control panel includes a resettable 3-digit counter, and AutoBatch for processing a set number of sheets with a pause between sets. The built-in output conveyor features adjustable stacker wheels for neat, sequential stacking of folded pieces.

User-friendly fold settings and straighforward operation make this folder ideal for churches, schools, and offices that demand quick and easy set-up with minimal adjustment. 

Factory Warranty, Demo Model, Excellent Condition.

  • $1,075.00
Market price: $1,225.00, you save $150.00
  • 12% less
  • Please choose your delivery option. There is an additional charge for crating, shipping & local delivery with onsite setup & training. If you choose a request for quote delivery option we will contact you to determine the logistics & delivery charges.
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    FD314D
  • Please choose your delivery option. There is an additional charge for crating, shipping & local delivery with onsite setup & training. If you choose a request for quote delivery option we will contact you to determine the logistics & delivery charges.
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