The ability to gang multiple jobs together in a run and impose pages or shapes on a roll or sheet are two of the most critical areas for inkjet production efficiencies. Elizabeth Gooding and Pat McGew will provide a lively explanation of inkjet ganging and imposition.
- Some fundamentals of inkjet workflow automation
- Why effective ganging and imposition are important for inkjet
- How implementation in differs across application segments and by inkjet format
- Key questions to ask when evaluating solutions
- Where ganging and imposition can work together for super-efficient processing
Elizabeth Gooding, Co-founder and Professional Problem Solver
Elizabeth works with a team of top analysts to the create tools, data and content on InkjetInsight.com that help print organizations evaluate the potential of inkjet, optimize their operations, work effectively with designers and grow pages profitably. Elizabeth 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 help designers and marketers hone their craft and drive new pages onto inkjet presses.
Pat McGrew, Inkjet Evangelist, McGrew Group
Pat is a well-known evangelist for inkjet productivity. At McGrew Group, she uses her decades of technical and marketing experience to lead the industry toward optimized business processes and production workflows. She has helped companies to define their five-year plans, audited workflow processes, and developed sales team interventions and education programs. Pat is the Co-Author of 8 industry books, editor of A Guide to the Electronic Document Body of Knowledge, and a regular contributor to InkjetInsight.com and WhatTheyThink.com.