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3D printable skull for facial recognition sculpting

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A member recently asked the following question:

 

"Is there a skull that would work for someone who is interested in facial reconstruction sculpting or forensic sculpting? I searched some of the skulls but found most seem to have hollow spaces. "

 

We have a variety of skulls available for download and 3D print -- several hundred at least. I am sure you can find something representative of what you need. I am not sure what you mean by "hollow spaces." A normal skull has many hollow spaces, including the paranasal sinuses, mastoid air cells, and of course the intracranial portion where the brain sits. Are you seeking something different?

 

Dr. Mike

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Wow! I'm sure I can with that many. I must have been looking at a skull that was damaged due to injury or deformed. Question: would there be any with an image of the person when their were alive? I think I know the answer since there HIPPA laws I would guess not. But I figured I would ask anyway. And thank you for getting back to me!

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Your guess is right. We can't associate shared files with photos of a person due to the need to maintain privacy. Good luck with your project and be sure to post the results here. I am sure the community will be interested in your work.

 

Dr. Mike

 

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