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GreggT Member
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Dutch Cut Imposition

Not sure why the rest of the two cards dont bleed from the imposition I created 6 up on 12 x 18.Dutch Cut Imposition_Page_1.jpg

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Re: Dutch Cut Imposition

The bleed should be retained on the dutch row.. Not sure why that's not happening but here's a workaround:

 

Add an imposition node before this imposition.

Impose 1up on an automatic press sheet size (do not select any of the press sheet size options)

Impose using the trimbox and add .25" margin all around

enable marks around the trimbox.

 

THe output should be a 1up PDF whose dimensions are the trimbox + .25" all around.

The trim marks should start at .0625" from the corners and extend for .0625.

 

Change the dutch imposition to use the bleed box.

Turn off all marks on the dutch imposition.

 

That should do the trick until this issue is addressed.

 

apologies for the inconvenience.

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Re: Dutch Cut Imposition

I woul dprobably do the manual process from Acrobat and wait until the bug fix has come out from the new version. Thank you for your prompt reply.

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dg3man New Member
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Re: Dutch Cut Imposition

New to this workflow, but having problem with creating a dutch imposition with the rotated page not center in the sheet, is there any setting I have missed?

 

Thanks!

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Re: Dutch Cut Imposition

The alignment controls apply to either the pages within a cell (clustering disabled) of the entire layout within the sheet (clustering enabled).

 

If you want to center the pages in the rotated row then you will need to turn clustering off

Screen Shot 2015-12-07 at 9.42.33 AM.png

 

The clustered layout will align the rotated row to an edge so you can trim that edge with a single cut

Screen Shot 2015-12-07 at 9.43.21 AM.png

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