Mo-Si-B is a high temperature refractory alloy developed with the intent to replace nickel superalloys in rotating and static jet engine components. The Navy and Air Force have invested in the development and refinement of this material. Imaging Systems Technology (IST) focuses on developing advanced materials through innovative process advancements having a diverse IP portfolio including material processing and fabrication techniques. IST has scaled the production of Mo-Si-B powder to be used as feed stock for the manufacture of powder metal parts while maintaining quality metrics. IST has produced Mo-Si-B components demonstrating oxidation resistance to 1300°C. Transition to commercialization includes relationships with manufacturers of engines or equipment requiring cost effective materials to withstand the rigors associated with demanding hot temperature applications.