mcgrew and gooding on ganging and imposition

Inkjet Ganging and Imposition Explained – Replay

By Elizabeth Gooding / Published:

Creating the most efficient inkjet workflow is often about finding creative ways to put things together just so that they can be pulled apart again. It sounds crazy, but tools for placing components together within a job to use materials efficiently and to batch multiple jobs together into a single run are a huge advantage for companies who have the tools and can use them effectively.

Our next Inkjet Explainer webinar: Inkjet Ganging and Imposition Explained will help you learn about the tools available, why the matter and how they can help your business. Please join me and the effervescent Pat McGrew of McGrew Group as we dig into this topic and share some fun with the fundamentals.

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Thank you to Solimar Systems for their sponsorship of this event. The support of our sponsors enables us to deliver a range of free educational resources to our members.

About the Author

Elizabeth Gooding


Elizabeth is the Editor and Co-founder of Inkjet Insight. She has a rare ability to see print related issues from many perspectives. She has managed creative teams on complex design projects, selected outsourcers for major brands and helped print organizations to retool operations, focus their market positioning and educate sales teams to accelerate growth. She works with a team of top analysts to translate experiences into tools, data and content to help print organizations evaluate the potential of inkjet, optimize their operations and grow pages profitably. She is a founding member of the Inkjet Summit advisory board, the co-author of an award-winning book on designing for inkjet and a curious consultant constantly seeking innovative ways to drive new pages onto inkjet presses.


  1. A big thanks to Elizabeth and Pat for providing insights and a most interesting discussion on the complexities of ganging and imposition. Your presentation and depth of understanding, explanations of the subject were clear, concise, and made for an exciting learning experience. Thanks again for breaking it down and pointing out some do and don’ts of workflow dfe obstacles. Big Hugs from Texas Tom @ Simprint.

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