Our Company


Quality, Value, Experience, Dedication.

For nearly 40 years, R&D Molders has been providing custom blow molding, injection molding, tooling, and associated secondary services to a variety of customers for a variety of applications. We have successfully produced solutions for the Medical, Industrial, Consumer Goods, Sporting Goods, Electronics, GSA/DOD, Home & Garden and Energy industries. We are dedicated to the belief that our commitment to our clients solutions comes first in everything we do. We believe the best measure in accomplishment is our high level of customer satisfaction and repeat business.

R&D Molders is a trusted and experienced business with first class manufacturing operations, equipment, and talent. We began molding in 1974 when Colonel W.C. Brown was awarded a military contract to supply GI Canteens for the government back in 1974. This program required both manufacturing processes - injection molding for the cap and strap and blow molding for the canteen. In 1978 Gregory C. Brown took over operations from the Colonel and grew the business by offering excellent customer experiences and providing top quality solutions for unique applications. We have since evolved more and more into a true custom molder steadily expanding our customer base every year.

In 2017, R&D Molders was acquired by Lomont Molding out of Mount Pleasant, Iowa. R&D Molders continues to operate from a 60,000 square foot facility in Georgetown, Texas which is about 20 minutes north of Austin. We also have a 5,000 square foot tool room and a 5,000 square foot assembly room for additional capabilities.

The team at R&D recognizes the need for efficiency and strives to stay at the forefront of the latest technologies utilizing advanced equipment including shuttle style blow molders and custom automated work cells. Multiple shipping and receiving bays allows R&D Molders to efficiently get your products on the way to their destination.

We invite you to contact R&D Molders for your next injection molding or blow molding project