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In 1942, Russell Gray and Robert Cone formed Graco Metal Products, in Philadelphia, PA. For 11 years, the firm fabricated machine and car parts for local manufacturers. In 1953, Gray left the firm, leaving Cone as sole owner. Cone decided to manufacture his own line of products. But what? David Saint, an engineer who worked for Graco and father of 9, was inspired when an associate told him how his wife would soothe their cranky baby in a backyard glider swing. Saint went to the drawing board. 18 months later, the world's first wind-up infant swing, the Graco Swyngomatic was born. Today, Graco continues its tradition of innovation with their world popular infant products.