A new device that supports manufacturing workers is among the latest technological advancements that speak to the power of plastics. The device, the Airframe™ exoskeleton, is made by San Diego-based Levitate Technologies and includes engineered plastic components made by igus®. The exoskeleton improves quality and precision, boosts productivity and perhaps most importantly, helps reduce worker fatigue.
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