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Nesting Mode

Using Nesting mode, Print Items are arranged in a way which saves material (Substrate) depending on the size of the impose sheet and the number as well as the quantity of the Print Items to be printed. Nesting typically reduces waste and optimizes the layout of Print Items to make the finishing process easier when post processing.

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In printing, 2-up, 3-up, or more generally N-up refers to a page layout strategy in which multiple pre-rendered pages are Imposed onto a single page; achieved by reduction in size, possible rotations, and subsequent arrangement in a grid pattern. The primary purpose of N-up printing is to reduce the number of pages that a printed work would otherwise require without having to re-edit, index, or flow the layout of the individual pages of an existing work.

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