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Industry Spotlight: Print On Demand

Print on demand has truly revolutionized the printing industry. 

Historically, single or small print jobs had many limitations and were quite costly. Now, with digital printing and efficient short run case-making equipment (like the the machines from GP2 Technologies), on demand print jobs are more popular than ever.

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Summertime and the Animal Glue is Still Sticky

Summer can be a tough time for protein (animal) glues.

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Animal Glue Manufacturing Company Meeting

LD Davis Animal Glue Keeps us Stuck Together!

If you read our last blog about LD Davis company meetings, you know we strive as a company to effectively collaborate to produce the best possible animal glue and provide the best possible customer service to our customers. That being said, this blog comes to you today from our animal glue, or protein adhesive, manufacturing plant in Monroe, North Carolina where we are gearing up for our company meeting to discuss how we can be the best possible animal glue supplier for our customers.

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Happy Halloween Hide Glue Fans!

Hide Glue History

Hide glue is important to us at LD Davis, because we know that it is important to you.  We have been America’s premier and largest hide glue manufacturer for decades.  Our company was founded in 1926, and has changed with the times over the past eight decades, but one factor has always stayed the same- quality hide glue from our manufacturing plant to your application. LD Davis hide glue is useful for a variety of applications and is also referred to as animal glue, cake glue, and protein adhesive.  Some common uses include use as book binding adhesive, set-up box production, and many more.  Hide glue is considered an eco-adhesive because it is totally non-toxic and recyclable.  Once it is recycled back into the natural environment, it will begin to break down in a matter of weeks.

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