Ganging refers to the practice of combining multiple print jobs onto a single print plate or sheet.

This efficient method optimises resources by filling up the print sheet as much as possible, reducing paper waste and lowering costs.

Jobs that are ganged together are usually of the same paper weight and type, and require similar ink colours. Once printed, each project is then cut out from the shared sheet.

Ganging can greatly improve the efficiency of printing processes, particularly for smaller print jobs such as Leaflets.


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