Gainesville Tech Company Builds International Recognition (Main St Daily News)

Gainesville Tech Company Builds International Recognition

Slice Engineering has been a part of the University of Florida’s UF Innovate incubator for five years. It’s longer than most, but that time has not been wasted. 

The company, named the 2023 Tech Company of the Year by the Greater Gainesville Chamber of Commerce, serves tens of thousands of people across the world. Slice is a go-to source for 3D printer parts for NASA, Honda, the U.S. military and many other household names. 

Slice sells a range of products—from $50 upgrade kits sold on Amazon to $1,500 solutions for industrial robots. 

“Pretty much every sphere of industry, we’ve touched in some way,” CEO Daniel Barousse said in a phone interview. 

The company’s website boasts of three main factors: reliability, performance and USA-based support. Slice’s products undergo rigorous testing and are made of the “highest-quality materials” to ensure reliable and consistent performance that make for fast printing speeds compatible with many materials, temperatures, and printing environments. 

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