Aspex is the right partner for your spinneret inspection requirements. Aspex’s SpinTrak™ has a reputation of providing an excellent product that works reliably day after day, providing for many years of operation. Aspex is the proven market leader used by most well-known leading international companies, many of which have multiple systems in use. You can rely on quality support coming from many years of experience and application know-how working in most manufacturing applications (ie. Filament, Monofilament, Staple Fiber, BCF, Spunbond, Meltblown, Aramids, Bicomponent, and special applications) and different polymers. SpinTrak™ machines are made in USA.
To successfully compete in today’s marketplace, manufacturers and scientific research firms often require non-contact inspection and tracking systems. Aspex Incorporated designs, develops and manufactures high performance image processing systems to meet these needs. Aspex Incorporated set the standard in the market for Automatic Spinneret Inspection. Aspex Incorporated also offers superior after sales service through their 3 regional offices combined with a network of local agents worldwide.
Since 1978, Aspex has extensive experience and a very successful track record in the image processing field. We use the newest imaging technologies and highest precision manufacturing to deliver the most advanced, functional, and reliable systems for a wide variety of applications.
Testifying to our expertise, Aspex Incorporated received a Recognition Award for Superior Technology and Fast Cycle Time from E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company for our SpinTrak™ Spinneret inspection system. Another product developed was our PIPE real time image processing super-computer for target tracking and autonomous vehicle navigation. It received the prestigious IR 100-AWARD from Research and Development Magazine as one of the 100 most technologically significant new products of 1986.
In addition to the SpinTrak™ line of automated Spinneret inspection systems and the PIPE super-computer, our systems have included the PAPNET automated screening system for detection of cancer cells, an on-line hollow fiber inspection system, an advanced naval radar scan converter for video displays, diagnostic and surgical instrumentation for ophthalmology, microprocessor-based medical and test systems, and screen translation systems for real time Optical Character Recognition (OCR).
To produce such a wide variety of advanced image processing systems, Aspex employs attentive sales people, experts in design, software engineers, and skilled production personnel. We are all committed to enhancing our reputation as the source for expertise and excellence in the design, development, and manufacture of image processing systems.
Founded in 1978, Aspex Incorporated designs, develops and manufactures high performance products for demanding scientific, industrial and medical applications. The company is committed to providing comprehensive engineering and manufacturing capabilities spanning each stage of the design and production cycles. Aspex has delivered a wide range of products geared to success in the marketplace due to their elegance and profitability.
A quality control system developed for Ohm Acoustics Corp. enabled the company to pinpoint assembly defects, expediting their correction and introduce test procedures which significantly improved productivity.
Manufacturing ophthalmic microsurgery instruments for Surgical Design Corp., Aspex has made a significant contribution to the quality and durability of the tools used in operating rooms on a daily basis.
Aspex was chosen by the National Institute of Standards and Technology to develop a super computer for real-time image processing. The result of this joint project was PIPE whose new technology made a serious impact on robotics, target tracking applications and Models for autonomous vehicle navigation. Aspex’s PIPE has a prestigious list of users in leading Fortune 500 companies like Boeing, General Dynamics and North American Phillips. The system has also been extensively used by such advanced research organizations as NASA, MIT/ Lincoln Labs and Columbia University.