No, the timeclocks do not store your actual fingerprint.
For privacy reasons, the system doesn’t truly store fingerprints. Instead it stores a string of letters and numbers that are a mathematical representation of the basic geometric fingerprint landmarks the clock needs to use to recognize a user. It is not something that could be turned back into an actual fingerprint. An example would be this, except much, much longer:
This information is stored in VTI’s database and on each clock that a biometric user has been loaded onto.