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HUMAN EMPOWERING MECHANICAL PRODUCTS
TO ADVANCE THE INDUSTRY

 

Rise Robotics is advancing the industry with breakthrough mechanical components to one day enable powered consumer ExoSuits.

LongBoreindustrial air compressor will be Rise's first product to implement the breakthrough BeltScrew™ drive.  BeltScrew™ drive is a breakthrough in linear actuation. A linear actuator is a device that turns electricity into push & pull motion.  When compared to commercially available linear actuators, BeltScrew™ drive is the best of both worlds of speed and force without the high price.

Innovations like BeltScrew™ are why Rise believes in human empowerment.

 
 
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ENABLED BY BELTSCREW™ DRIVE TECHNOLOGY

A BREAKTHROUGH MECHANICAL COMPONENT
 

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Rise is developing BeltScrew™ linear actuator drive. BeltScrew™ drive is a device that turns electricity into push & pull motion more affordably and effectively than standard actuators in the market.

BeltScrew™ drive takes advantage of the speed performance of belts & the high forces of screw drives, yet is more affordable than both. Leveraging geometry insights into distributed forces & rolling instead of sliding results in high performance and long life. Low cost materials & manufacturing methods are used. Rise will first commercialize the BeltScrew™ drive into industrial air compressors.

 
 
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BELTSCREW™ drive BENEFITS

HIGH PERFORMANCE
The elimination of friction as a critical function for energy transfer allows for efficiencies in the 90% range.


 

BACK DRIVABLE
Deliver power and  regenerate power on the backstroke.

LOW COST
Distributed pressure inherent to cables over rolling surfaces enables the use of molded plastics instead of expensive metals.

 

LIGHTWEIGHT
Thanks to efficient use of materials, BeltScrew is rendered lightweight in comparison to existing transmissions.

ELIMINATION OF CUT GEARS
Robust design eliminates the need for precision cutting and grinding of gears and ball screws.


 

VARIABLE PROFILES
Depending on specific linkage designs, variable profiles can be generated to counteract force curves.

 
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