This arm-assist exoskeleton is designed for heavy lifting. Weighing 5.2 kg (11.6 lg), it can provide over 20 kg (44 lb) of assistance, reducing the strain on arms when lifting heavy objects and keeping the hands relaxed.


Ant-A1 is an arm-assist exoskeleton product designed to aid in lifting tasks. Weighing 5.2kg, it can provide assistance of over 20kg. With 10+ degrees of freedom, Ant-A1 can adapt to various movements of the human arm, shoulder, and torso. The exoskeleton offers full arm support by lifting the wearer’s palm directly, allowing the user to lift heavy objects with relaxed arms and shoulders, enabling prolonged tool handling. Moreover, A1 supports arm elevation: the load can be lifted to the head, making it a valuable asset in factory operations, logistics, and other fields.

The Ant-A1 combines a classical tool-holding exoskeleton and a shoulder-support exoskeleton. The motorized arms extend in front and above the user, but the wearable is designed to distribute the forces around the torso. The motors can provide a maximum 30Nm2 of torque.

Certifications and testing results:

  • Water & Dust Proof: IP56
  • Europe CE

Regions and or countries where the exoskeleton can be purchased?

  • Worldwide

Limited to users who are:

Applicable Height:160~190cm
Applicable Waistline:60~110cm

Brochure for Luban Exoskeletons:

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Luban Exoskeleton Technology GmbH, Halbinsel 18, 41189 Mönchengladbach, Germany, website

Note that all products sold within the Chinese territory are labeled under the Keqing brand.

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