The University of Surrey . . . invests in a Kodak Nexpress 2500 and becoming the UK's first print operation to use Kodak's Dimensional Inks. . . .
It has already fully personalised 21,000 undergraduate prospectuses and 4,000 postgraduate pieces that are specified to what courses and subjects the potential student is interested in studying.
. . . The tactile effect has been used to add variable height to the university crest on degree certificates and open day materials, which are all now printed in-house.
. . . Ive said a job that previously cost the university £40,000 to outsource is now being carried out for an eighth of the cost in-house.