Production volumes, operating costs and supply chain efficiencies are vital for aircraft manufacturers to deliver on their promises to customers. Currently facing enormous backlogs, their production processes hold the key to staying ahead of the competition. Genesis Systems Group, LLC (Davenport, IA), an RIA-certified robotic systems integration specialist for commercial aerospace and aircraft applications, provides advanced large-scale robotic systems featuring KUKA robots and mobility equipment for non-destructive inspection (NDI), laser processing, mobile robotic platforms, IIoT connectivity for press tending and cell control, and large scale manipulators. From working with advanced materials to machine-loading airplane components into ovens and presses, Genesis has tackled a number of unique aerospace and aircraft industry application challenges for structural and non-structural composite components, carbon fiber components, engine components and more.
Whether it’s balancing multiple complex part geometries, tight space constraints, or the need for higher accuracy and repeatability, they can develop a successful robotic integration system that unlocks the productivity potential to help meet a specific return on investment in operations that include:
- Non-Destructive Inspection
- Machine Loading
- Robot Accuracy Measurement
- Robot Position Encoders
- Virtual Proof of Concept Visualizations
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