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Paper for thesis printing

Paper for thesis printing: good paper is essential for good printing

The more brilliantly and life-like the colours are reproduced, the better the quality of the content of your Bachelor’s thesis. And in turn, this has a positive influence on the examiner! It is not only the look, but the feel of the paper for thesis printing that plays such a crucial role in getting a good rating. You know the feeling of holding strong, smooth paper in your hands? Not only for contracts and important documents, but also through paper for thesis printing and binding, high value is expressed.

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“The 100 g/m² Color Copy premium paper for thesis printing […] was specially developed to produce a particular brilliance and value.”

There are very cheap paper grades, the airy and rough quality of which can be seen with the naked eye. Touching the paper for the first time usually confirms this first impression. It just seems cheap, and it is the less fun to just hold the paper in your hands longer, let alone deal with the written content. These are normally low cost papers with a paper thickness of 80g/m².

It’s hardly surprising that the cheapest printing prices are being advertised. But, this matches the quality of the paper for thesis printing.

Yet there are also paper types that convey a very special quality thanks to their higher paper thickness and smooth surface. These papers include, for example, the 100g/m² Color Copy premium paper for thesis printing. This paper has been specially developed to produce a particular brilliance and value. These factors play a special role, in particular in theses.

BachelorPrint has specifically addressed the requirements of students and graduates and thus only uses 100g/m² Color Copy paper for thesis printing. Together with leather binding, particularly with premium suede cover, your Bachelor’s thesis, Master’s thesis, or doctoral thesis will become a rarity!

Premium paper for thesis printing + high performance printer = highest quality for your thesis

The highest quality paper for thesis printing is meaningless if the printer’s performance is limited or inferior. Only with powerful brand printers, such as those produced by multi award winning manufacturer Xerox, is the highest print quality achieved, which you can’t only see, but also feel! To make sure that graduates are convinced of the paper quality before printing, there is, of course, the possibility for them to first feel the 100g/m² Color Copy premium paper in their hands.

“Only with high performance brand printers […] can the highest print quality be achieved”

Only when you, the customer, are 100% convinced of the paper for thesis printing, the print quality and of our service, have we done our job. And we’re looking forward to it!

After the printing of your Bachelor’s thesis, Master’s thesis or dissertation, the right binding should also be chosen. We’ll give you the necessary support in preparing your academic work through our experience and know-how acquired over many years. Just ask us. We wish you luck!

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Author’s tip on choosing a type of paper for thesis printing

At BachelorPrint, the 100g/m² paper is used as the standard paper for thesis printing.  However, if you have a Bachelor’s thesis, Master’s thesis, PhD thesis or dissertation with a very high page count, we recommend you use the 120g/m² premium paper for thesis printing and have the paper printed on both sides. In doing so, you will save space and the page limit for leather binding is then not exceeded. Thanks to the strength of the paper for thesis printing, you can’t see the text on the other side.

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