Bagdol - 4 Nakkhu Dobato, Lalitpur, Nepal.

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  • Duplo DF-980

    Duplo DF-980

    The Duplo DF-980 Automatic Folder is the quietest tabletop folding machine in the industry. With a high speed of up to 242 sheets per minute, the DF-980 utilizes Duplo’s patented three-roller friction feed system to process a wide range of paper stocks and also comes equipped with Optical Double Feed Detection to ensure personalized documents are folded one sheet at a time. Easy to use and built-in with sound absorbers for quiet operation, the DF-980 eliminates folding by hand and is perfect for any office environment.

    The DF-980 comes pre-programmed with six standard fold types including single, double, half accordion, letter, accordion and gate – enabling users to fold a variety of applications at the touch of a button. The DF-980 automatically detects five of the most popular paper sizes from letter, legal, ledger, half letter and half legal, and sets the pre-programmed fold position without any adjustments required. Users can also create custom fold styles with non-standard paper sizes simply by moving the fold plates via the user-friendly control panel and save them into one of its 20 job memories. Further extending its capabilities, the DF-980 comes standard with a cross folding unit to reprocess single folded sheets into right angle folds.


    • Three-roller friction feed system
    • Miss-feed, paper jam, and optical double feed detection ensure document integrity
    • Standard cross folding unit for right angle folds
    • Six per-programmed standard folds
    • High speed folding up to 242 sheets per minute
    • 20 job memories for custom folds
    • Automatic paper size detection
    • Automatic fold plate setting
    • Built-in sound absorbents for quiet operation
    • 500-sheet feed tray capacity

    Key Applications

    • Letters
    • Brochures
    • Invoices
    • Book Covers
    • Menus
    • Newsletters

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