Copying, printing and scanning
Printers at the Faculty of Law library
It is possible to print, copy, and scan at many of the Lund University libraries. At the Faculty of Law library there are printers in the basement and on the first and second floors. All printers can be used for printing, copying, and scanning.
The printers use a pull print solution, which means that your print jobs are stored in a queue and can be released from any of the printers.
PaperCut is a payment system for students and staff, used for printing, copying, and scanning at Lund University.
Printing on the library computers
You log in with your LUCAT or Student-id.
Printing from your personal computer
There are three ways to print from your personal computer
- Via the web page “Web print”
- Using your LU-e-mail, send your document to:
black [at] print [dot] lu [dot] se (Grayscale)
color [at] print [dot] lu [dot] se (Color)
- Install the printer on your personal computer.
Please note that not all file formats are supported and that all print jobs are duplex/double sided, except color printings.
The library also provides self-service copying and printing for external users.
- You need to request a temporary account at the reception in order to print and copy.
It might take up to 30 minutes for the account to be activated.
Once the account is activated:
- Using the account information, log in on one of the library’s computers
- Using the same account information, log in to Papercut, the university’s payment system for printing:
Log in to Papercut.
- In Papercut, either connect a debit/credit card or a prepaid voucher (available at the reception).
- Print your documents by sending your print jobs to the preset printer: canon på htjprint.uw.lu.se
- Log in to any of the public printers in the library and release your print jobs or to copy documents.
It is not possible to scan or print using your own computer.
You can find a full price list for printing and copying at Lund University’s common page for print services.
The number of pages you are permitted to copy from a text is regulated by several agreements. You can read about copyright on Lund University’s Legal and Record Management office’s webpage or on the webpage of Bonus Copyright Access.