Drop the word “exoskeleton” into conversation, and you typically conjure up images from Aliens, or Iron Man foiling whomever he’s supposed to foil with augmented power.
Fanciful as that may seem, exoskeletons are finding their way into everyday manufacturing.
But they’re not being used to perform “feats of strength”. Reality is more mundane—and much more repetitive.
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