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The purpose of our study is to report findings on fingerprint interaction consistency of the thumb and four-finger prints on both hands. We analyzed videos and compared the videos to the results that were programmed in an excel sheet. We examined the fingerprints of individuals to better understand how a fingerprint system collects data. So we can better fingerprint systems in the future. Also, we analyzed the thumb prints to see if there were more readings on the middle left or middle right bars. It is believed that many thumb prints tend to lean to one side compared to the other, which impacts system readings. We gathered these results to show consistency in the placement of the captured print, based on different force levels: 5N, 7N, 9N, 11N and 13N. The higher the force level of the ten-print system the more force is required for the system to capture a read.