What is online printing and binding?
Online printing and binding allows you to choose the best design for your dissertation or thesis from the comfort of your own home without having to wait in long queues. With the wide range of materials we have on offer, it will be easy for you to present your work in the most professional way.
Why choose Thesis.me?
At Thesis.me, we specialize in dissertation and thesis printing and binding and have the perfect solution for every student looking to get their thesis in a presentable shape at a fair price. With our high-quality materials and fabrics, we ensure that our customers are always satisfied with their end results.
What does the formatting service do?
If you choose to use our formatting service, we will then check if your document meets all the basic formatting requirements. These include margins, pagination, headlines, line spacing, font, file size, page size and more.
Why should I use the data checking service?
With our data checking service, you can make sure that your dissertation or thesis is checked for printability. If we notice any complications with the printability of your document, we will notify you immediately by e-mail.
How can I benefit from the plagiarism check?
Failure to quote sources and ideas from other authors, willingly or unwillingly, can have serious consequences and will most certainly affect the final evaluation of your thesis in a negative fashion. This is why we strongly recommend all of our clients to use our professional plagiarism check, which compares your paperwork to thousands of online sources. In doing so, you guarantee yourself that your work will be original and meet the basic writing requirements of your university.
What paper types should I choose?
Currently we are offering three different types of paper suitable for a dissertation or thesis printing: 80 g/m², 90 g/m², and 100 g/m². The most common choice for doctoral thesis printing is the 100 g/m², whereas the other two are ideal for the printing of the other types of degree theses. Choosing the right type of paper also depends on whether the thesis will be printed one-sided or double-sided. The thicker the paper the more amount of ink a double-sided page will be able to handle. One-sided printing is ideally to be done on more transparent pages such as the ones of 80 g/m² or 90 g/m².
What cover should I choose?
On our website you can find the two most common types of covers: hard and soft. The purpose of a text usually defines the most suitable type of cover.