The CDYS is a super light weight shoulder exoskeleton is a passive industrial exoskeleton that supports people who carry out physically demanding and repetitive arm lifting tasks.
It supports the weight of the arms by providing dynamic assistance to reduce shoulder fatigue and the risk of musculoskeletal disorder (MSD’s). The exoskeleton improves productivity by helping to reduce fatigue and improve balance and postural stability.
WHY THE CDYS EXOSKELETON?
Better management of productivity and performance
Helps reduce absenteeism and staff turnover
Helps reduce fatigue
Helps the user’s balance and postural stability
Supports the weight of the wearer’s arms
Encourages the aging population to stay longer into the workforce
Helps the local population to face the staff shortage crisis
2.4 kg in total weight
Carbon fiber skeleton frame
7 Level adjustable assisting
Applicable body size:165cm-195cm
Quick donning and doffing
NATURAL & STRONG
The carbon fiber skeleton frame is designed based on the movement of the human scapula to provide natural movement and stable assisting. Skeleton frame weight ：less than 2 kg
PROVIDE STABLE ATTACHMENT WITHOUT TIGHTENING
Due to the invention of ASB (anti-sliding belt), all the sliding or rotational mechanism on exoskeleton arms are replaced by simple and lightweight belts. By the unique combination of SUSPENSION TYPE ARM CUFF and ASB, supporting is just transferred by soft textiles and no tightening is required for stable attaching.
The weight of the shoulder exoskeleton is transferred to the waist belt. the spine barely takes the load. The feeling of load-bearing is also reduced by centralizing stationarily the weight around the trunk. Up to 7 different supporting levels can be adjusted to meet the requirement of different users easily without changing accessories.
Due to the flexibility of the shoulder exoskeleton structure, the same size exoskeleton can fit different body types.
BREATHABLE MAN-MACHINE INTERFACE
Based on structural design and the adoption of breathable materials, the direct contact surface area of the exoskeleton is reduced to provide a comfortable, long-time wearing experience while ensuring stability.