Send for ASPEX Your Sample! Get a Free Report.

Do you have a sample you'd like to have scanned by ASPEX desktop SEM ?


Just download the sample submission Form, fill it out, and mail it in along with your sample, and ASPEX willl post your images online for the world to see.

Send the form and mail it along with the sample they want scanned to:

ASPEX Corporation
Free Sample Submissions
175 Sheffield Dr.
Delmont, PA 15626

Once ASPEX has completed the scan, the images and report will be posted on ASPEX's website here.

It should take about 2 weeks for the results to post to the ASPEX website, and we will also notify submitters via email.

Samples scanned for free will not be returned.

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Comment by TINC on October 30, 2009 at 11:43pm
Jessica, forwarded your question to our partner, waiting for answer.

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Comment by JC on October 30, 2009 at 10:08pm
Is it valid just in the USA or around the world?

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