Morgana AutoFold Pro

Code: GM-MSY-AUTOFOLD

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Controlled by the same innovative 7″ SmartScreen panel as other machines in the Pro range, the AutoFold Pro is instructed how long the pre-creased sheet is and which fold to produce.

• SmartScreen touch screen operation
• Alpha-numeric memory
• Highly versatile
• Immediately improve productivity and quality
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Description

Description

The AutoFold Pro is an automatic folding machine designed specifically for the professional digital or litho printer who has the need to fold pre-creased sheets. Link the AutoCut Pro to the Morgana AutoFold for easy cutting,creasing and folding. The user interface operates with three modes depending on job requirements. PRESET Mode is used for most jobs. Non-standard jobs use the Manual Set mode which modifies preset jobs. Flex mode helps program th widest variety of formats. The optional AutoFold Pro includes Morgana’s unique “flying knife” technology which is in use in thousands of printing operations. When it’s not attached to the Morgana AutoCut Pro, it can be attached to other finishing devices.

AutoFold Pro:

•   6,240sph

•  Min. & Max. sheet size: 8.2 x 5.5” – 35.4” x 19.6” 

AutoCut Pro:

•  Min. & Max. sheet size: 8.2 x 5.5” – 35.4” x 19.6” 

•   Creases 5,000 sph

Specifications

Specifications

Sheet Size: 5.5 x 8.3" up to 15 x27.5" or 35.4" with table extension
Stock Weights: 90 - 300gsm (20lb bond - 150lb cover)
Folds: up to 2 folds, creases dependent on creaser model
Production Speed: up to 6,240 sheets / hr.
Feeder: N/A interfaces with AutoCreaser or 3rd Party
Creaser Knife Fold: 2-folds and unlimited pre-programmed jobs
Impact Creasing: N/A interfaces with separate creasing machine
Impact Perforation: N/A function of some creasing machines
Rotary Perforation & Scoring - N/A standard on Morgana creasers
Electrical: 115V / 60Hz Machine Dimensions (LxWxH): 66.9 x 26.7 x 48". 282 lbs.

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Operator's Manual
Optional Accessories
Parts Manual

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