United Support Solutions-LMT, Inc.’s injection mold manufacturing facility, Lawrence Mold and Tool Corporation, is located in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. Our sister company occupies 15,000 square feet with a full design staff supporting 22 various toolmaking personnel. In business for over 44 years, the team utilizes state-of-the-art CAD/CAM software and machinery to design and build a large variety of single and multi-cavity tools servicing the construction, medical, and electronic industries.
United Support Solutions-LMT, Inc. considers mold design and mold building the key to a successful injection molding project. Using the latest CAD technology, 3D prototyping, Mold-Flow software, our mold designers and engineers create a superior mold design that optimizes injection molding performance and tool longevity. All molds are designed and built to SPI standards.
United Support Solutions-LMT, Inc. mold expertise includes:
- Hot-Runner Molds
- Family Molds
- Stack Molds
- Multi-cavity Molds
- Unscrewing Molds
- Precision Molds
- Gas Assist Molds
United Support Solutions-LMT, Inc. has successfully managed numerous mold transfer programs. Inspection and evaluating molds and then getting them production ready quickly. Our program managers oversee the entire process and keep customers informed each step of the way.
Mold Trials and Qualifications
All new plastic injection molds undergo mold trial and qualification to ensure all part dimensions are correct and the mold functions properly. As part of the mold trial and qualification, United Support Solutions-LMT, Inc. utilizes scientific molding to establish consistent, repeatable plastic injection molding process parameters to control the molding process and ensure that consistent quality parts are produced at a lower overall cost.
Mold Maintenance Programs
Plastic injection molds are capital assets, and regular maintenance is important for longevity of the mold and quality of the part. United Support Solutions-LMT, Inc. mold maintenance programs are customized on the basis of mold design, complexity and material, but typically include daily preventative maintenance, mold inspection and minor and more major mold maintenance – all meeting or exceeding SPI standards.