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Find everything you need to know before starting your notebook business. From binding and printing methods to paper types to printing techniques, Interwell customizes notebooks of various sizes and types, making us the best supplier for your personalized notebook needs.
Learn about the different methods of notebook binding, from hardcover to spiral binding, and the materials used. Choose the perfect binding method based on purpose, budget, longevity, features, and aesthetics.
Explore the different paper types for notebooks, including weight, finish, and printing methods. This blog highlights the importance of paper quality and eco-friendliness.
Check the various types of paper weights, their applications, and how to measure them. At Interwell, we provide recommendations for your custom notebook and printing needs.
Find everything you need to know about offset and coated paper for printing in this blog. Coated paper is best for solid colors, while uncoated is ideal for embossing.
This blog provides complete information on various notebook sizes, including the ANSI series, A, and B series. Check the most popular notebook size chart and comparison at Interwell.
Check the comprehensive list of different types of notebooks, including spiral, leather, cute, marble, pocket, hardcover, A4, softcover, glitter, subject, recycled, and portfolio notebooks.
In this article, you will find lists of the 7 most popular notebook printing methods, including debossing, screen printing, foil printing, die-cut printing, CMYK printing, lamination printing, and digital printing.
Embossing and debossing are printing techniques that create a 3D effect for notebooks. Both require detailed dies and thicker paper. Embossing is best for intricate designs, while debossing is more subtle. Choose based on the design and intended purpose.
View everything you need to know about pencil types, lead grades, and the manufacturing process at Interwell. We provide custom pencil service with FSC certified production line.
Discover the complete information about pencil lead grades, hardness, and uses from 9H to 9B. You will also learn the mechanical pencil leads guide.
The most popular pencil brands are Blackwing 602, Faber-Castell, Dixon Ticonderoga, Staedtler, General's Pencil Company, Caran d'Ache, Prismacolor, Hindustan Pencils, Derwent, and Lyra.
Discover how pencils are made step by step in a China factory. The process: cutting and shaping wood, making graphite lead, gluing the wood slats, and adding the ferrule and eraser.
Interwell provides a complete guide for your custom highlighter pen needs. From non-toxic inks, highlighter colors, tips, and the most popular highlighter types, Interwell deals with all your concerns before placing the order. Check our in-depth knowledge right now.