Updated: Apr 4
HASEL actuators from Artimus Robotics offer numerous benefits over traditional actuator technologies for many different applications. Industries such as automotive, consumer products, medical devices, aerospace, industrial automation, and defense have already realized these advantages. The best merits depend on the specific application for the actuator, but below are a few example benefits of HASEL actuator technology for one of the most popular uses of HASEL actuators: haptic applications.
Soft and compliant structures
Wide bandwidth (slow/organic motion and traditional vibrations)
Artimus Robotics offers three primary ways for customers to explore HASEL actuator technology:
Artimus Robotics already has many standard products available for testing and experimentation. These standard actuators are often sufficient for exploring the technology or MVP-level application testing. Artimus can supply the driving electronic modules and software control programs in a “development kit” to make it easy for customers to get started. Click here to learn more about standard product offerings.
Due to the flexibility of the product design and manufacturing processes, it is relatively simple for Artimus to modify the size, shape, or material of standard products to offer custom products that are more suitable for customer application testing. Click here to learn more about custom product offerings.
Due to its history as an academic research spinout and the extensive R&D to commercialize the technology, Artimus specializes in new developments of the technology. Nearly all commercial customers are utilizing a custom product and many of those needed some level of technical development to optimize the product for that specific application. Click here to learn more about new technology development offerings.
Want to learn more about the various ways to explore HASEL actuators for your application? Contact Artimus Robotics at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Artimus Robotics
Artimus Robotics designs and manufactures soft electric actuators. The technology was inspired by nature (muscles) and spun out of the University of Colorado. HASEL (Hydraulically Amplified Self-healing ELectrostatic) actuator technology operates when electrostatic forces are applied to a flexible polymer pouch and dielectric liquid to drive shape change in a soft structure. These principles can be applied to achieve a contracting motion, expanding motion, or other complex deformations. For more information, please visit Artimus Robotics or contact email@example.com.