As an engineering design and development company we are never content to leave the fruit of our work alone, there is always the inevitable “if we had designed it this way…” and “if only…”. These thoughts often lead to lengthy discussion about new and exciting projects we could embark on, but more often than not one of us puts on our commercial head and refocuses the team on the day-to-day work. Well not this time – we’ve developed some really exciting concepts that could take additive manufacturing platforms to the next level and we want to make sure they become a reality.

We believe that our concepts are too good to put in the ‘Big ideas’ folder and if we really want to make this industry leap forward we need to drive through these new ideas into commercial products. To ensure that we are one of the pioneers of the additive manufacturing evolution we’ve teamed up with a few complementary organisations, lined up potential customers, shared our ‘Big Ideas’ and have started to build a platform on which to base the next round of development.

We are close to gaining UK grant funding for these initiatives but we need additional investment to ensure we can staff these projects properly whilst maintaining the Robox product.

This is a very exciting opportunity for CEL-UK and we can’t wait to get our teeth into the project. We’ve already designed the cost-effective, technically advanced Robox 3D printer and our experience in the UK additive manufacturing industry is unique.

We are looking for like minded investors to join us on this incredible journey to see the UK establish itself as a leader in innovation and forward thinking within the additive manufacturing sector.

If you are looking to invest in the future of the UK and this growing sector please get in touch so we can share in detail what we have set out to achieve over the next two years.

Initially please contact us using this form, or call us on: 01275 846459

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About Chris Elsworthy

CEO, Design engineer, Family man, started product development company, best known for pitching CEL in BBC Dragons' Den. Robox and POWER8 workshop inventor. Portishead, Bristol · cel-robox.com

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