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August 11, 2014
Genesis Systems opens facility in Iowa
Genesis Systems Group, a manufacturer of welding, cutting, and assembly robots, has opened a second plant in Davenport, Iowa, adding 61,000 sq. ft. of factory and office space. The $4.6 million expansion also includes laser cutting and... Read more...

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January 7, 2014
Genesis Systems Group expands, adds jobs
Genesis Systems Group has announced a $4.6 million capital investment in a 61,000-sq.-ft. building in Davenport, Iowa. The expansion will allow the company to implement lean manufacturing processes and produce many of its subassemblies... Read more...

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November 7, 2013
Genesis Systems Group names Translift Systems as distributor
Robotic workcell integrator Genesis Systems Group, Davenport, Iowa, has completed a distribution and sales representation agreement with Translift Systems, São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil. The distributor will offer Genesis Systems Group's... Read more...

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May 23, 2013
Genesis Systems Group wins 2013 Small Business Excellence Award
Genesis Systems Group, a robotic workcell integrator in Davenport, Iowa, has received a 2013 Small Business Excellence Award in the 51-250 employees awards category from the Quad Cities business community. The company was judged on innovation,... Read more...

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December 3, 2012
Genesis Systems Group Japan KK established
Robotic workcell integrator Genesis Systems Group, Davenport, Iowa, has established Genesis Systems Group Japan KK in Nagoya, Japan. Leading the sales efforts in Japan are Tadaji Seko and Junko Fukutome. Seko retired from Toyota in 1999 after... Read more...

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September 4, 2012
Genesis Systems designated as RIA-certified robot integrator
Genesis Systems Group has received the new certified robot integrator designation from the Robotic Industries Association (RIA), Ann Arbor, Mich. "To become certified, integrators go through a rigorous process which includes an on-site audit,... Read more...

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February 7, 2012
Genesis Systems Group hires director, global affiliate relations
Robotic workcell integrator Genesis Systems Group, Davenport, Iowa, has hired Doug Boyd as director, global affiliate relations. In this role, Boyd serves as a point of contact for the company's international affiliations, responsible for... Read more...

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February 7, 2011
Genesis Systems Group establishes robotic welding scholarship
Robotic workcell integrator Genesis Systems Group, Davenport, Iowa, has announced a new scholarship resulting from an agreement among Genesis Systems Group LLC, Western Illinois University-Quad Cities Engineering Program, and Scott County... Read more...

Article

August 4, 2010
Making the case for robotic welding
In today’s stagnant economy and competitive international marketplace, many manufacturers must find ways to match or surpass their competition, reduce costs, increase their bottom line, and continue to produce quality parts consistently.... Read more...

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July 7, 2010
Genesis Systems Group appoints senior director – global relations
Genesis Systems Group, Davenport, Iowa, has announced the appointment of Makoto Matsuoka to senior director – global relations. In this role, Matsuoka is accountable for identifying and supporting the company's new domestic clients, as... Read more...

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May 10, 2010
Genesis Systems names executive vice president
Genesis Systems Group, a robotic workcell integrator in Davenport, Iowa, has appointed Chuck Keibler to executive vice president – business development. In this role, he is accountable for all aspects of business development, client... Read more...

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February 10, 2009
Genesis Systems Group names senior director
Makoto Matsuoka has been named senior director of new domestic business development at Genesis Systems Group's Rochester Hills, Mich., facility. In this position, he leads the Asian automotive sales effort. Previously Matsuoka was a contract... Read more...

Article

June 17, 2008
Auto weld that ends well
Three years ago Peter Dunlop, production supervisor for Tommy Gate Co./Woodbine Manufacturing at the time, and Andrew Fitzgibbon, a manufacturing engineer, asked themselves a question that many metal fabricating operations eventually get around... Read more...

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February 12, 2008
RIA elects new president
The Robotic Industries Association (RIA), Ann Arbor, Mich., has elected Richard Litt as RIA president for 2008. Litt is the founder, chairman, and CEO of Genesis Systems Group LLC, Davenport, Iowa. The organization's 18th president, he succeeds... Read more...

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November 7, 2006
New rule, new equipment
A magazine article made Greg Faulkner think about improving welding ventilation at his workplace last year. Faulkner, senior manufacturing engineer at Henny Penny Corp., an Eaton, Ohio-based food service manufacturer, knew that the high... Read more...

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March 7, 2006
Plasma cutting with a robot
Plasma cutting with a robot Plasma arc cutting has proven to be a process suitable for robots. Automating plasma arc cutting has made the process more flexible for cutting a variety of parts. Robots can perform variations of the... Read more...

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November 8, 2005
Genesis Systems receives U.S. patent
Genesis Systems Group LLC, Davenport, Iowa, was awarded a U.S. patent on a workpiece positioner with overhead-mounted robot. The design helps to minimize floor space and helps maximize robot reach. It retains the flexibility of robotic motion... Read more...

Product

September 13, 2005
Robotic workcell handles small, medium-sized parts in medium, high volumes
Genesis Systems Group (GSG) has introduced the CRZ-ST, a single trunion robotic welding and cutting workcell that handles small to medium-sized parts with medium to high part volumes. The company says the workcell's compact layout requires... Read more...

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August 14, 2003
Selecting equipment for a robotic welding workcell
Keep the end result—the product that the robotic workcell is turning out —as your primary focus when you select automation equipment. The entire workcell, no one part of it, is crucial for successful integration and an expedient return... Read more...

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February 28, 2002
Taking a closer look at welding robotics and automation
Internet usage, equipment improvements, stricter customer demands, and a shortage of skilled welders have caused robotic welding equipment manufacturers to take a second look at how they do business. In 2001, robotics industries should... Read more...