Uchida F43N Folding Machine

Uchida F43N
Folding Machine
The Uchida F43N Folding Machine is compact in
design and quiet in operation making it simple
and user friendly. This electric folding machine
features automatic fold types setting for seven
different folds and auto paper feeding. Custom
page set up is also available. The feeding tray
holds up to 500 sheets* and accommodates sizes
from B7-A3. The machine stops automatically
when preset count is reached or an entire paper
stock is folded. It features an audible signal and
digital display that alerts the user of incorrect
Three Roller friction paper feed system
Electric folding machine with automatic settings
Single sheet friction feed
Automatic paper size recognition
Handy test button folds two sheets for the
operators inspection
Automatic fold position setting
4 Digit digital counter
Features include auto stop when paper is depleted
and or if there is a paper jam
Feeding tray holds up to 500 sheets*
Able to fold paper from 45-160gsm at a high speed
Special Information
Seven different fold types as standard with custom
folds available.
To ensure customers are satisfied with the Uchida
performance stock samples should be used to
illustrate all the machine capabilities.
Technical Information
Part number: 058L00003
Paper weight: 45-160gsm
Min sheet format: B7
Max sheet format: A3
Folding Speed: Variable 3000–10800 sheet/hour
(single fold A4)
Fold Position Setting: Automatic
Dimensions: H 520 x W 870 x D 530mm
Weight: 33.5kg
Electric supply: 230V, 50Hz
*Based on 64gsm
Uchida 43N/47N Perforating Unit: 058L00005
Uchida 43N/47N Scoring Unit: 058L00006
For more information or to place an order please contact your Fuji Xerox Supplies Sales Representative, call 13 14 11 or go to
Fuji Xerox Australia Pty Ltd. Building D, Campus Business Park, 350 Parramatta Rd, Homebush, NSW, 2140. Tel: (02) 8756 6800 Fax: (02) 8756 6803 www.fxs.com.au.
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The contents described herein are correct as of 2011.
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