The world is facing a new, unprecedented and existential threat.
It’s called the “papermaking arms” and the most common form of papermaking used to make them has become an integral part of the fabric of our lives.
But papermakers’ arms are not only used for paper.
They’re also a source of pride for thousands of people.
The arms of the papermaking industry were originally used to manufacture stamps and other goods and have been used for over 200 years to stamp stamps and coins.
Now papermakers have adapted their arms to make their paper products.
“They’re very important to the papermakers who made the stamps and stamps have come from papermakers,” says John Cottrell, president of the Papermaking Arms Manufacturers Association.
“So it’s a big deal.”
Papermakers’ Arms Manufactures Association