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THE FUTURE ACCORDING TO PUSH4M

Push4M from the origin of the concept to your business application Current actuator systems a.Linear actuator A linear actuator develops high forces as long as the cylinder axis is perpendicular to the lever. The weight of a linear actuator is of importance: the greater the range of motion to be provided, the longer and heavier […]
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a 30000€ grant from BPI FRENCH TECH

In 2018, thanks to a 30000€ grant from BPI FRENCH TECH, Push4M developed and optimised its proof-of-concept prototype: a lever-arm actuator that requires low input capacity. The principle objectives were achieved in April 2018: In a confined space, the transverse-thrust actuator mobilised a lever arm through 180 degrees with a thrust force ranging from 0 […]
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PUSH4M – A major boost from a new investor in the person of Bruno Maisonnier

PRESS RELEASE PUSH4M in the MONITEUR MATERIELS, Fabienne BERTHET Paris, 4th October 2017   PUSH4M – A major boost from a new investor A new investor gives a major boost to Push4M As a result of Push4M’s demonstrations of its lever arm prototype, a system inspired by human muscle movement, this company has gained a […]
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A lever arm inspired by the human body

INVESTIGATION First illustration of the lever arm invented by Push4M (Muscle Mechanics Mimetic Motor)     A lever arm inspired by the human body – Fabienne Berthet – Le Monitor Matériels 22nd September 2017 Innovation. Start-up Push4M has developed a pioneering technology that breaks with conventional lifting methods. The concept, invented by a physiotherapist, is […]
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Supple robot time?

After millions of years of development, the human body is unquestionably the most advanced biomechanical mode to date, but it still holds many secrets. Now a ground-breaking structural approach proposed by Nicolas de Lussy sheds new light on the subject. This approach, based on a lattice of hexagonal tube of variable resistance, calls into question […]
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MUSCULAR FORCE IN 3D by Nicolas de LUSSY, qualified Civil Engineer and Physiotherapist

https://vimeo.com/191845067 I observed, twenty-six years ago, that HUXLEY and HANSON’s sliding filament theory presented a balance of muscle forces that was incompatible with functional anatomical data. Starting from this this impossible equilibrium, in 2014 I described three major inconsistencies in the hypothesis of longitudinal traction produced by muscle unit shortening and I outlined the basis […]
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The Foundations of Structurotherapy, by Nicolas de Lussy, physiotherapist

The increased accuracy of 3D anatomical models, seen through the prism of Francoise Mézières’ technique (18), has led us to look into collagen’s long-ignored but crucial role. BODYBUILDERS KNOW ALL TOO WELL: MUSCLES SWELL! The Foundations of Structurothérapie, by Nicolas de Lussy, kinésithérapeute Current theory does not take into account muscular swelling (15), so let […]
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