Setup

CultLab3D uses the latest generation of autonomous, compliant robots and automation systems as well as optical scanning technologies, which keep full control of environmental lighting. The modular pipeline consists of a conveyer belt, which transports the artifacts to two scanning stations, first to the CultArc3D, then to the CultArm3D. With the help of the software CultSoft3D these two scanning stations are controlled and configured.

CultLab3D is currently designed for high-precision 3D acquisition of cultural artifacts with up to 50kg in weight, 60cm in height and 60cm in diameter providing a high throughput.

The entire scanning process of an object takes less than ten minutes on average and attains accurateness in the sub-millimeter range.

lh_presse_cultlab3d_5, CultLab3D in der Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung. Scan des 'Apoll vom Belvedere' (1497/98) von Antico, Foto: Norbert Miguletz, © Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung lh_presse_cultlab3d_2, CultLab3D in der Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung. Scan des :Apoll vom Belvedere' (1497/98) von Antico, Foto: Norbert Miguletz, © Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung