8th grader Dontavius Morris has been coping quite well with just one arm his whole life, but thanks to his school and a new 3D printed prosthetic arm, things could get a little easier for him. He attends the Memphis School of Excellence (MSE), one of the best performing charter schools in Tennessee. MSE teachers brought Mehmet Gokcak, with nonprofit STEM Students on the Stage, to the school to help build a 3D printing and robotics program. Gokcak was explaining a few of the possible projects to the staff, and teachers chose to make a 3D printed prosthetic arm for Dontavius as their project. Read more at 3DPrint.com: http://3dprint.com/171525/charter-sc...d-printed-arm/