Work with a plotting assistant for Mac. Work with input files such as image pages from PG, TIF, GIF, EPS, PSD, etc. Process the imported visual content from the pasterboard. Arrange the objects according to your specifications and save the project for printing.
The goal of FitPlot is simple: place various PDFs (or other common graphic formats files such as JPG, TIF, GIF, EPS, PSD, image in the pasteboard) on a virtual plotter sheet; Arrange all objects in a WYSIWYG environment moving and rotating them; Print the so arranged plotter sheet and eventually save it for later printings.
I know this can be done with blazoned vectorial applications, but here we have a small program that can just do it--nothing less, nothing more.
If your needs are very simple, and only need to import single-page files for layout, you may want to try FitPlot Lite.