Slice Engineering is a Gainesville-based tech startup that brings 3D printing to the next level.
Cofounders Daniel Barousse Chris Montgomery worked at a medical device company in the city when they ran into issues at work that they wanted to solve with 3D printing. When they couldn’t find companies to help them with printing problems, they decided to take on the task themselves.
“Chris said, ‘well this can’t be that difficult … let’s try to find a way to do it,” Barousse said. “So, we went back to his garage and he spent a bunch of long nights and weekends in his garage with some machine equipment that he had and he came up with a solution that worked,” he said. A year later, that solution turned into a fully-staffed, globally-serving business. Slice Engineering doesn’t necessarily make the 3D products, but they make the parts […]
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