Formax FD 300 Desktop Office Folder

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  • Formax FD 300 Desktop Office Folder



Formax FD 300 Desktop Office Folder

The Formax FD 300 Desktop Office Folder is the perfect solution for low-volume folding projects, offering speed, efficiency, and ease of use. Designed for churches, schools, and small offices, this compact folder handles 11” and 14” paper with a throughput of up to 7,400 sheets per hour. It is pre-marked for four popular fold types: C, Z, Half, and Double Parallel, making it versatile for various folding needs.

Key Features:

  • Compact Design: Ideal for low-volume applications, fitting easily on any desktop.
  • High Speed: Processes up to 7,400 sheets per hour.
  • User-Friendly: Quick set-up right out of the box with push-button operation.
  • Versatile Folding: Pre-marked for C, Z, Half, and Double Parallel folds.
  • Adjustable Output: Features an output conveyor with stacker wheels for neat sequential stacking.
  • AutoBatch Function: Processes a set number of sheets with pauses in between, perfect for batch jobs.
  • LCD Control Panel: Includes a 3-digit resettable counter for easy tracking.


  • Hopper Capacity: Up to 200 sheets (20#)
  • Speed: Up to 7,400 sheets per hour
  • Paper Size: Min: 4” W x 5” L, Max: 8.5” W x 14” L
  • Paper Weight: Up to 30# (112gsm)
  • Fold Types: C, Z, V, Double Parallel
  • Dimensions: 24” L x 14” W x 16.5” H
  • Weight: 25 lbs
  • Power: 120V AC, 60Hz
  • Safety Certifications: CE Approved

The Formax FD 300 is designed to deliver crisp, accurate folds with minimal effort, thanks to its high-quality construction and thoughtful features. It includes an LED laser cut line for pinpoint accuracy, ensuring each fold is perfect. Safety features such as front and rear transparent covers, blade lock, and an easy-to-use blade changing handle make it both efficient and safe to operate.


  • 402 Series Jogger: Aligns pages and reduces static electricity commonly caused by printers, ensuring smoother operation and better end results.


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