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A craniofacial reconstruction (CFR) is a likeness created of an individual from their skull in the hopes of obtaining a positive identification.

This skull used for this reconstruction belongs to a chinese male in their 30s. It was completed digitally using a GeoMagic Freeform software and a haptic device over 2 weeks. Like traditional clay methods, this process using pegs to indicate average tissue depth markers and uses the Manchester Method of reconstruction. This method involves rebuilding all the major muscles of the face that provide structure to indicate the overall shape and planes of the face.

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