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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by stevesmowing, Jan 21, 2008.
does anyone use a tri folding machine for invoices? If so what model and how much was it?
I'd be curious to know too
I don't have enough customers to justify a folding machine. What I do is take 20 or so bills (on 8.5x11 paper) and fold them all lightly at the same time. Then I take them one by one and crease it down and shove it in a windowed envelope.
I used to deliver flyers that were tri folded like brochures but the printer would fold them for 11$ a thousand or something like that.
I use one at school to fold attendence letters. I will figure out what brand it is and tell you.
I have looked at them before. You can get a decent one for around $150.
I bought one off of e-bay for $100.00 with the buy it now option only to find someone elses online store was $15.00 cheaper for the exact same one. It was the best addition to my office. Us it to fold everything from invoices, esstimates, to flyers/brochures. Perfect folds everytime and fast.
do ya'll have some names of these machines or pics
I found a simple one for 50.00 at overstocked.com
We bought a Baum folder 714 w' air for 35.00 at auction years back and had to rebuild it but still only have 300 in it. It can fold so fast it sound like a machine gun,ha. We like it to do direct mailings.