BY Michael J. Feeney | NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
This printer has Washington Heights popping.
Jerry Castanos can do it all — from model knees that help doctors prepare for surgery to perfectly scaled model buildings and bobbleheads that represent every person in the city .
The 29-year-old businessman opened his store, 3D Heights, on Broadway near W. 172nd St. just over six months ago, and admits it got off to a, well, flat start.
“It was a lot of education that had to happen,” said Castanos, a neighborhood guy who grew up on W. 170th St. and Audubon Ave. “People don’t have to know 3D printing to understand it.”