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+! on Carbon Copy Cloner on the Mac side.
If you aren’t afraid of a command line screen, I use Clonezilla regularly at the day job [tech director for a high school].
We use it to create images of a prepped system [Mac, Win, Linux] and then prep multiple machines. I also use it to move a machine from one drive to a replacement one, and for bootable backups.
You burn to CD and boot from it [thumb drive also possible.
As with most things in life, since it is free it doesn’t hold your hand as much as the commercial products, and there is no tech support [but a lively online commmunity.