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The machines USPS is removing from distribution centers can sort more than 36,000 pieces of mail per hour. Here's how they work.

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The machines USPS is removing from distribution centers can sort more than 36,000 pieces of mail per hour. Here's how they work.· The United States Postal Service has been deactivating mail-sorting machines around the US ahead of the surge expected from mail-in voting this fall, reports say.
· Each machine can sort up to 36,000 pieces of mail per hour. 
· The machines sort letters, postcards, and other mail by bar code. 
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