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In our 3D gallery you can find pictures from our earlier customer projects!
Note that this is only a few of all the projects we have done.
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“Den Kultiverade Kajan” created by Magnus Thierfelder

A 3D-created artwork depicting berths in libraries. Based on Magnus’ visions, a 3D model, visualization and, last but not least, 3D printing were created. In the last picture on the right you can see the final result!

“The Golden Lady” created for a tribute exhibition to older women. Through 3D scanning and 3D printing, this statue was created entirely through 3D technology! The finished 3D print was then lacquered in gold.

“Livboj” created by Tori Wrånes.

On the left you see the 3D print of the artwork and on the right the final result. The artwork was created to decorate a boat, hence the name.

“Birdwatcher” created by Tori Wrånes

The artwork was created through 3D technology. Based on a 3D scan of the woman in the picture, a 3D model was created which was then printed in 3D format. Using the 3D printing, the artwork was then cast in bronze. The end result sits today on a building in Bergen.

“Trumslagaren” created by Yngve Lundell

In the video above, you can follow along as the artwork The Drummer is created in our metal foundry. The statue is over 3.3 meters high and stands today in Malmö.

“Stubben” created by David Krantz

Based on several different scanned trees, a 3D collage was combined with the goal of creating this fabulous stump! Based on the 3D model, the artwork was then printed and patinated. Next to the stump, 10 different organisms are hiding, all of which are presented on bronze plaques like the one on the right!

Not just one, but several, replicas of Carl Mille’s famous artwork “Pegasus”. Created based on 3D technology.

Lamps cast in bronze using 3D technology. These lamps were created through a CAD drawing which was then milled. Based on the milled 3D model, a sand mold was created which was used for casting the lamps. The pictures above show you these four steps!

A dilphosaurus in 3D material for the Malmö Museum. From a small model, the dinosaur was scanned and then printed in real size. Last but not least, the 3D print was painted. It is said that the dilphosaurus once lived in Skåne.

“Det blåser på toppen” created by Magnus Thierfielder

The artwork is created through 3D modeling, visualization and 3D printing. The end result was 3D printed and hand painted to mimic the look of a real seagull!

A 3d-scanned miniature of the artwork “Gycklaren” created by Sten Ericson. On the left you see the original, which Rosengren & Nilsson also restored, and on the right the miniature.

Our Specializations


Signage and art for all purposes made in bronze, brass and aluminium.


 CAD, 3D scanning, 3D printing, CNC and 3D visualization.


Laser engraved crystals in 3D and 2D. Always based on your visions.

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