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"Third arm" Exoskeleton Prototyp

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The “3rd Arm” exoskeleton is a functional prototype which is designed to assist workers using an Automatic Drilling Unit (ADU) during the wing to fuselage junction phase. Up to 600 holes per wing are drilled using the ADU which weighs up to 12 kilogrammes.


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