The Martin Yale P6200 is a letter folder that is small enough to sit on an office desk. In fact, weighing less than ten pounds, thirteen inches wide and just under six inches in height, it is one of the smallest paper folders currently available on the market.
The P6300 is used to fold documents such as letters, statements and invoices so that you don't need to fold them by hand. It was designed to sit alongside a postage meter and printer to create a complete mailing setup within a small space.
The P6200 is not meant for high volume folding but is ideal for small businesses or home offices and can be used on a daily basis. It will cope with stapled sets of up to three pages.
As it is designed for low-volume use, it struggles to handle thicker paper stock and cannot fold anything bigger than standard letter size. The heaviest recommended paper stock is 24lb bond paper and it folds papers so that they will fit into a standard number ten size envelope.
It does not jam up very easily but, if it does, it is easy to remove the jammed paper.
Due to the speed at which it runs, it can fold up to thirty letters in a minute, or eighteen hundred sheets in an hour. But it is not recommended for users who need to fold more than fifty letters per day.
There is no set up required. Simply take it out of the box, plug it in, switch it on and it's ready to go.
There is no feed tray. The pages are fed into the machine by hand, one set at a time, but it does have an automatic start/stop function so you only need to use one hand.
Originally costing around $300, it is now possible to source these machines for around half that price.