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MESA team explores 3-D printing

Anthony Jones, 17, presents his team’s 3-D printing project for Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement (MESA) at Goddard High School’s Showcase Spotlighting Student Success which took place last Thursday evening. Devaun Collins, 17, Jocelyn Elicerio, 17, and Aaron Garcia, 16 stand behind their ‘Baby Groot’ and model vehicle. Jones said Baby Groot took 11 hours to make. “There’s really nothing you can’t do when it comes to 3-D printing,” Collins said. “Really, your imagination is the limit. Being in MESA, of course, requires a lot of imagination. It helps you think in ways you wouldn’t normally think — so it opens up a lot of new opportunities for you.” (Alison Penn Photo)

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