See How Notepads Are Made

At Hopkins Printing simple notepads with a glue binding are constantly produced. We begin by printing the necessary pages and stacking them in the correct order of the notepad. Each stack gets a cardboard piece at the bottom. These stacks are them placed on a shelf and neatly put into place. Once they are firmly stacked, glue is painted on the outside edge, or the binding. The picture depicts the way that the stacks are packed firmly onto the shelving unit. After the glue has dried, the notepads are cut apart to size. They are then ready ship.