4KARE: DIY Knee Joint Exoskeleton

Here is a DIY wearable device that reduces the load on your knee joints. 4KARE has a purely mechanical structure with 4 bars and can be made through 3D printing in ABS plastic. The below video shows how the device works:

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You can find out more about this project on Instructables.

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