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3D Laboratory

From Shape to Evolution

In the 3D Lab we deal with different technologies for quantifying, analysing and visualizing 3D complex phenotypes of both extant and extinct (fossils) organisms. Our focus are applications in the field of ecology, evolution and palaeontology. However, our technology can be used in a broader range of applications such as: medicine, anthropology, archaeology, geology, cultural heritage, engineering and design.

From Scan to Print

We will help you to convert your specimen or object to a 3D file that you can use for further digital analysis or to print on your own 3D printer or the 3D printer available at the Workshop of the Department of Biology.

One white 3D printed wing is shown above a stuffed real wing.
Example of 3D-printed wing of the common swift (Apus apus) obtained from a 3D-scan of a museum specimen that will be used to test evolutionary theories on aerodynamics in our Wind Tunnel. Credit: Per Henningsson

For more examples, see our 3D gallery at Sketchfab.

For access to the lab and related costs, please e-mail giuseppe [dot] bianco [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se with a short description of your intended application and a picture of what you want to scan.

User's fees (excluding VAT)

 
Equipment/Service Cost
Artec 3D Space Spider 100 SEK/h (including laptop)
GOM ATOS I SO 100 SEK/h
Training / Full support 200 SEK/h (in addition to above costs)
Computer Workstation 300 SEK/day (minimum ½ day)
External (no LU) users 900 SEK/h (including full support)
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3D Gallery

Visit our gallery at Sketchfab.

Contact

Erik Svensson
Professor
Evolutionary ecology

Telephone: +46 46 222 38 1
E-mail: Erik [dot] Svensson [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se

Giuseppe Bianco
Research engineer
Evolutionary ecology

Telephone: +46 46 222 79 26
E-mail: Giuseppe [dot] Bianco [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se

Visiting address

Room E-E313
Ecology Building
Sölvegatan 37
223 62 Lund

Collaborators

Funding

The 3D Lab is financed by the Infrastructure Grant of the Faculty of Science and received contribution from the Sten K Johnson Foundation and Pia Ståhls Foundation.

Acknowledgements

If you use results obtained in the 3D Lab in your article, please acknowledge us:
"We acknowledge the 3D Laboratory at the Department of Biology, Lund University"

VISITING ADDRESSES

Biologihuset
Sölvegatan 35
223 62 Lund
Service point 4

Ecology Building
Sölvegatan 37
223 62 Lund
Service point 50

Arkivcentrum Syd
Porfyrvägen 20
224 78 Lund
Service point 62

DELIVERY ADDRESSES

Biology Building
general deliveries

Sölvegatan 35B
223 62 Lund

Biology Building
House D

Naturvetarvägen 2
223 62 Lund

Ecology Building
Naturvetarvägen 6A
223 62 Lund

Arkivcentrum Syd
Porfyrvägen 20
224 78 Lund

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