The Archelis is a passive exoskeleton for the lower body without a chair. It allows the user to walk freely, but can be locked in place as a high chair or stool at any time.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the FX Stick exoskeleton for industrial sitting by Archelis Inc. need to know.
The Archelis is a passive exoskeleton for the lower body without a chair. It allows the user to walk freely, but can be locked in place as a high chair or stool at any time. The company offers two occupational variants, one for medical professionals such as surgeons who sometimes have to stand and hover over a patient for many hours at a time, and one for industrial workers. The Archelis is designed to allow the user to work standing for extended periods of time without straining their legs and lower back. Maintain freedom of movement while wearing the exoskeleton. No battery or other power source is needed, it is a purely mechanical device. Can be worn on different body shapes with a simple adjustment. The different variants of the Archelis weigh between 2.3 kg and 2.7 kg (5.07 lb to 5.95 lb). It is suitable for users 4.9 to 6 feet (1.5 to 1.8 m) tall and up to 176 lb (80 kg) for the larger model. In early 2021, the Archelis will be sold both as a product and as a rental model for 12/24/36 months.
It is easier to walk than the other modes, allows free bending of the knees and does not restrict the legs. However, it does not support the standing position.
Allows walking and supporting the body with slightly bent knees.
Supports the body while standing. Externally, it looks like the user is just standing in place, but the passive exoskeleton actually supports them.
The FX Stick industrial sitting exoskeleton from Archelis Inc. is a versatile exoskeleton that can be used in both industrial and medical settings. It focuses on the lower body region, particularly the legs, and allows for sitting and squatting. The exoskeleton weighs 1.8 kg and provides users with a comfortable and supportive sitting position. It can be used both indoors and outdoors and is ideal for use in medical, assembly, craft and industrial environments. The exoskeleton is water, oil and dust resistant and can be used in temperatures up to 40 degrees Celsius. The net price is 3213 euros and the exoskeleton is sold in Europe and the USA. There is no minimum order quantity and no regular maintenance required to maintain functionality. The exoskeleton is suitable for users with a height of 150 to 185 cm and can be used on machines. It does not have specific information on the maximum weight for lifting. The manufacturer is headquartered in Japan, and production also takes place there. The exoskeleton does not have a CE mark, but it does meet GPSD (General Product Safety Directive) requirements. It is suitable for users weighing up to 90 kg.
The intent of the Archelis design is to allow the user to work in a standing position for extended periods of time without stressing the legs and lower back. At the same time, freedom of movement is maintained while wearing the exoskeleton. What makes this exoskeleton unique is that it does not require a battery or other power source, as it is a purely mechanical device. It can be easily adapted to different body shapes to ensure a comfortable and secure fit.
The Archelis is available in several variants, each weighing between 5.07 lb and 5.95 lb (2.3 kg to 2.7 kg). The exoskeleton is suitable for users with a height of 5.1 to 8 feet (4.9 to 6.1 m) and a weight of up to 176 lb or 80 kg (for the larger model).
The Archelis supports three modes of operation:
Standing mode: This mode provides support for the body while standing. Although on the outside it looks like the user is just standing in place, he is actually supported by the passive exoskeleton.
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500 million JPY / $50,000
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