The process consists of a total of 8 steps, 2 of which are optional (italic in the text below). Here you will find a description in chronlogical order for each step on what it means and what needs to be done.

1. Request for quotation and/or optional information meeting:
The first step towards your printed thesis normally entails exploring the options and requesting one or more quotations. You can easily request a quote through the website. If you prefer to discuss your wishes during an information meeting than this is of course also no problem. This can be done through zoom/teams/telephone or by an appointment on location. We discuss the layout, options for production and the timetable/deadlines. Afterwards we will send you a suitable offer tailored to your wishes.

2. Quotation approval and optional file check:
You want to have your thesis printed (and possibly layouted) by us, good choice! Now it is time to discuss the dates for the delivery of your files for the (proof)print and establish the provisional time schedule. You will also receive your login for your order portal where you can request the ISBN, upload the files and track the progress of your order.

3. Optional file check:
If you send us your provisional files we will check them. We check the files for technical suitability and will provide you with feedback on this.

4. Delivery of the files & start of order:
You can submit the files through the order portal or by e-mail. In the order portal you can also immediately leave all information such as the desired number of copies, paper and delivery address(es). Delivery can also be done by e-mail (up to 10 MB) or via to

5. Optional layout:
If you want us to do the layout, we need to receive your word file instead of a PDF. We prefer to receive the images both separately and embedded in the word file. We would like to receive images in JPG/TIFF or EPS. This also applies to the cover.

6. Proofprint:
If you deliver the files before 13:00 the proofprint will be sent out the same day as a completely finished and bound book (if the files are suitable). If you are in a hurry, a digital proof as PDF will be the way to go.

7. Corrections or approval for printing:
If you want to make corrections after the proofprint, we ask you to submit the entire PDF again, not just the corrected pages. When you submit new files we will process them and send you a digital proof once more for the last confirmation before the printing will be started. If you agree, please send us an email or indicate your approval for printing in the order portal. Without approval the printing will not be started.

8. Production & Delivery :
After your approval for production, we will deliver the thesis within 4 working days at the address you provided. This only holds for addresses within the Netherlands. Delivery abroad is possible but will take a few days longer depending on the destination. Special editions such as hardcover, cover with an embossing, spot UV varnish, etc. will also take more time. The day before delivery you will receive a track & trace link through which you can keep an eye on the shipment.

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