TPSH designs and develops a new adaptive NDT automatic control system.
OUR ROBOTIC ULTRASONIC 3D POINT THICKNESS MEASUREMENT SYSTEM IS A GAIN IN PRODUCTIVITY.
After 7 years of R&D and several registered patents, we have developed an automatic industrial robotic system. It combines an ultrasonic measuring system associated in real time with a laser probe. This innovative solution is useful for position and orientation control of the US probe as well as for real 3D topological analysis of a part.
Our technology responds to the needs of automation of controls useful for reducing non-quality and improving manufacturing processes. Our robotic cell is a turnkey tool ensuring the repeatability of dimensional and US controls of parts, a strong 3D traceability for parts with low precision, low rigidity or large dimensions.
SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF OUR ROBOTIC CELL:
Integration of a measuring head associating a 3D laser measurement line with an ultrasound probe
6-axis robot allowing great flexibility and easy integration into a production environment with a real-time control option
Interfacing of the acquisition system in automatic 3D and NDT Robotic ultrasounds coupled with a TPSH operations supervisor
Merger of TPSH PHL software to automatically create 3D and US control programs to meet the needs of automation, correlation, specific detection and special report editing.
THE ADVANTAGES OF OUR ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGY TO MANUAL CONTROL:
Reliability and repeatability of measurements thanks to the robotic system
Cycle time optimisation
Fast inspection and automatic inspection report for each measurement
3D inspection and real time coupled NDT
Precise point-to-point control of multi-part parts without contact
Guarantee of conforming deliverables
Operator flexibility and versatility
THE BENEFITS OF OUR AUTOMATED MEANS OF INSPECTION:
Average inspection time per parts at 100 mm/s
Development of customer-dedicated GUIs
Installation, electrical connection of the cell, commissioning of safety elements
Easy duplication of US measuring cells at other production sites