Martin Yale J1824 Padding Press
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Martin Yale J1824 Padding Press

Item #: 04MYJ1824
Brand: Martin Yale
FAQ: 1 Questions, 1 Answers
  • Capacity: 4,000 - 7,000 Sheets (20 lb. Bond)
  • Can hold sheets up to 19.75" H x 17.75" x W x 24" D.
  • Extra large tray allows for padding over-sized sheets of paper, and thick stacks at a time
  • Requires no assembly or tools
  • 180 Day Manufacturer Warranty
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The Martin Yale® J1824 padding press is a popular paper padding machine that will effectively square and clamp your paper stacks, making it convenient and easy to apply padding glue. The extra large tray allows for padding over-sized sheets of paper, and thick stacks at a time. It works well for companies and offices that need to create business forms, notebook pads of paper, carbon-less forms, art pads, and more. When you buy the Martin Yale® J1824  padding press online, you get a unit with all-metal construction for durability and a simple design makes it very easy for anyone to use. 


Item # 04MYJ1824
Manufacturer Martin Yale Industries, LLC
Manufacturer Part Number J1824
UPC/EIN 11991018240
Operating Method Manual
Capacity* 4,000 - 7,000 Sheets (20 lb. Bond)
Dimensions 19" W x 24" D x 13" H
Manufacturer's Warranty 180 Day Manufacturer's Warranty (Extended Warranties Available)
Quantity 1
Sheet Size 19-3/4" x 17-3/4" [Maximum]
Product Weight (lbs) 26
Shipping Weight (lbs) 28


The Martin Yale J1824 Padding Press is an affordable and popular model among large and small print shops.  Designed for larger sheet sizes, the J1824 can hold sheets up to 19.75" H x 17.75" x W x 24" D.  This large table-top press holds stacks of paper evenly and firmly in place allowing the operator to concentrate on applying the padding compound (glue).  The all metal construction offers durability while the simple design makes the process easy enough for anyone to make pads.

The Martin Yale J1824 requires no assembly or tools.  The stack(s) of paper are placed on the table so that they are flush against the back panel.  A clamp plate is then place on top of the stack(s) and held down by wing screws that are firmly tightened by hand.  The back panel is removed exposing the edge to be glued.  The operator applies the appropriate padding compound using a padding brush.  Once the glue is dry to the touch, the stack is removed and if needed, a padding knife can be used to separate the stack into multiple pads.

When padding carbonless forms (ncr paper), a special padding compound, Fan-A-Part Padding Glue, is used.  

For regular papers, our standard fast dry or extra fast dry padding compounds can be used.

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Frequent Asked Questions

Do you have a glue remover or a suggestion on how to remove glue from the machine?
Asked by Eve
You can use a product such as rubbing alcohol or GooGone to remove dripped glue on the machine. To make the glue easier to remove in the future, you can also spray a coat of oil to the drip surface, such as cooking spray; just make sure not to spray anywhere where the paper may touch.
Answer by Binding101

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