Astro Met, Inc. was founded in 1961 by John W. Graham. The company's original focus was to provide advanced ceramics and specialty metals development on a contract basis for both industrial customers and government agencies. Astro Met's first two years was funded by a NASA contract to develop materials for space propulsion applications. Many of the materials developed in Astro Met's early years became standard products as the number of successful applications increased. The focus on materials development was surpassed by customer driven requirements to engineer and manufacture components to solve problems in a wide range of demanding applications.
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