Brackett, Inc. designs, builds and distributes a wide range of bindery equipment for pad gluing, chipboard inserting, tape application and paper jogging - for printers, binderies and other paper converters. The company was founded in 1910 to manufacture a hand-fed automatic stripping (taping) machine invented by Edward Brackett. Currently, Brackett Inc. continues to manufacture a variety of equipment for spine taping of tablets, books, glued pads, stitched business forms and bank checks. Brackett automated padding systems are in use world-wide, replacing manual padding methods. Brackett equipment also includes machines for making writing tablets, file folders and other specialty products. Our chipboard inserter shoots chipboard at pre-set intervals between the pages at your printing press delivery station. Other Brackett machines specialize in performing intermediate bookbinding operations, such as combining endpapers and backgluing. For over a century, Brackett has been known world wide for its design ingenuity, ruggedly durable equipment and superior customer support/service.