(Video) World’s First Freeform Escalator

(Video) World’s First Freeform Escalator

Professor of Mechanical Engineering at City University London, Jack Levy, patents his curved invention.

Plus Aziz
  • 30 september 2010

The Levytator takes a novel approach to the mechanical design of the escalator by creating the moving steps with a continuous loop of curved modules. This approach frees the escalator’s form and gives architects and interior designers the ability to be more creative in where and how escalators are placed.

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