Exploration of Subclass Characteristics Manufacturing

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2021-12-09
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Franklin, Veronica
Morris, Keith
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Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence
The Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence (CSAFE) carries out research on the scientific foundations of forensic methods, develops novel statistical methods and transfers knowledge and technological innovations to the forensic science community. We collaborate with more than 80 researchers and across six universities to drive solutions to support our forensic community partners with accessible tools, open-source databases and educational opportunities.
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A webinar presented during the Forensic Technology Center of Excellence (FTCoE0 Firearm and Toolmark webinar series on the progress of our CSAFE project. This study assesses the production of subclass characteristics during the manufacturing of breech faces by three different methods. Observations on how well subclass characteristics persist on manufactured breech faces with and without any finishing methods. Observations on the effect of the primer on the quality/quantity of the breech face impression will be discussed.
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