Aerospace robotic integration solutions

Aerospace & Aircraft Robotic Integration

Robotic Integration Solutions for Streamlined Production and Lowered Operating Costs

Genesis delivers new and innovative robotic integration solutions to empower the aerospace and aircraft industry to meet growing demands. Production volumes, operating costs and supply chain efficiencies are vital for delivering on promises to customers. Currently facing enormous backlogs, production processes hold the key to staying ahead of the competition.

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. Whether it’s balancing multiple complex part geometries, tight space constraints, or the need for higher accuracy and repeatability, Genesis is able to develop a successful robotic integration solution that unlocks the productivity potential in your operations to help you meet your specific ROI.

Genesis has developed application solutions for structural and non-structural composite components, carbon fiber components, engine components, and more. Our expertise includes:

  • Non-Destructive Inspection
  • Machine Loading
  • Robot Accuracy Measurement
  • Robot Position Encoders
  • Tooling
  • Virtual Proof of Concept Visualizations
View Video Transcript
Designed for non-destructive inspection of sensitive aerospace and aircraft parts, the Genesis Kompakt system delivers the results you require – high quality ultrasonic scans on small composite, metal bonded and hybrid aero structure and aero engine parts. The Kompakt system delivers shorter cycle times and automation to speed up your production without sacrificing quality.

The robotic system features a track-mounted KUKA KR10 1100 waterproof robot that manipulates a part around the Phase Array Ultrasosonic sensor, driven by an integrated AOS OEMPA or Olympus Focus PX ultrasonic array instrument. The Kompakt NDI robotic workcell features a number of other technological advances that make it one of the highest performing systems in the industry.By using the Genesis Blitz module, the robot is able to collect pulse and positional data as fast as 1 millisecond. This drives significantly faster cycle times, and when combined with the UTEX InspectionWare analysis software, it allows for sophisticated A, B and C-scan data analysis. Beckhoff Controls and Touch Screen HMI round out the controls for this adaptable system.

The operator can load, unload and perform data analysis while the system is automatically scanning the next part, once again reducing overall cycle time. The system is also capable of automatically scanning reference standards for ease of calibration, helping deliver a higher quality scan.

The Genesis Vector software package allows the customer to program parts offline and then simulate the robot program to confirm a successful plan for scanning before running the program live. Using web-based technologies, the Genesis Service and Support Team can remotely access the system at any time, as long as the customer grants permission, to provide fast and efficient 24/7 online support of robot and plc programs, documentation, schematics and manuals.

Backed by decades of experience in the aerospace and aircraft sectors, the Genesis Kompact NDI robotic workcell delivers unparalleled inspection capabilities.

For enhanced productivity, increased accuracy, and accelerated throughput, contact Genesis Systems Group for a custom or turn-key robotic workcell solution.

View Video Transcript
The increasing demand for automated non-destructive inspection systems, or NDI systems, requires advanced capabilities and Genesis Systems Group has stepped up to the challenge. The Genesis Mobile Inspection Platform is custom designed for aerospace and aircraft NDI professionals and manufacturing engineers who need to balance high-quality and speed for non-destructive testing of extremely large structures. An additional production cost-saving benefit of the robotic workcell is its adaptability to other processes and industries.

With a pulse echo ultrasonic end effector, this system is able to validate the quality of large contoured parts before final assembly. The Olympus-based ultrasonic process uses multiple arrays, sending and receiving pulse waves to and from the part, and presenting the information as A-scan, B-scan and C-scan images.

The Genesis mobile inspection platform utilizes a KUKA robot for its reliability and accuracy over time. But one of the truly interesting features of this system is that it is mobile and maneuverable. This makes it a very versatile workcell – flexible enough to inspect a wide variety of structural and non-structural aerospace components, and flexible enough to be configured for inspection in other industrial applications as well.

A variety of end-effectors can be attached to the robot, allowing the workcell to become a multi-process system, further increasing versatility and return on investment.

Genesis has successfully developed a full line of robotic workcells for non-destructive inspection that consistently meet the ever-increasing demands of the aerospace and aircraft industries. With unparalleled throughput, accuracy, and reliability, Gensis’ custom robotic systems bring cutting edge capabilities to more of your production operations, maximizing your return on investment.

Accelerate ROI and boost productivity with Genesis Systems Group custom robotic workcells.