A unique embossing solution for vastly improved micro & nano-pattern applications

A unique embossing solution for vastly improved micro & nano-pattern applications

Press releases

TC TECH technology is based on innovations in the application of induction heating.

TC TECH’s IPR protected technology, based on many years of research, generates an instant and uniform heat over a well-defined surface and then, through application of equally uniform pressure, advanced micro and nanostructures can be created in materials such a thermal polymer.

The method delivers superior results in the form of 100% replication of nanostructures from a stamper pair on both sides of a film that can be as thin as 0.1 mm regardless of area. In addition, the substrate remains free from stress, has no yellowing, birefringence nor warpage.

TC TECH’s technology opens up for the creation and mass production of more advanced patterns than presently. These improved patterns deliver considerable benefits to for example the following applications:


A light guide film (LGF) is a thin sheet of thermal polymer (usually PMMA or PC) that scatters the light from a LED source

VR applications

A Fresnel lens is an optical component used as an alternative to a conventional lens due to it being thinner, lighter...

Microfluidics and biotech

Microfluidics is the science of manipulating and controlling fluids, usually in the range of microliters (10-6) to picoliters...

Front-light display

A front-light display uses the ambient light to illuminate the screen via a reflective mirror. The effect can be greatly enhanced...

Optical films

Optical films can be described as very thin layers of different materials that are used to enhance the optical characteristics...


Metalenses are flat surfaces that use nanostructures to focus the light. The technology is exciting to developers across many...

Our products:

A complete solution with user-friendly interface

The TC TECH system are designed to be easy to understand and simple to use. Very few parameters can and/or need to be adjusted, depending on the type of LGP to be produced. The intuitive interface serves to minimize the training needed for the operator, and to maximize production output.

The bigger picture:

A truly green innovation, in the full sense of the word.

A more efficient LGP has the capacity to reduce energy consumption of screens and displays by up to 30 per cent, in combination with enhanced image quality. A thinner LGP and fewer compensating optical films also reduce the amount of plastic needed: TC TECH’s systems reduce raw material consumption by at least 50 per cent. With scrapping next to eliminated, waste minimization is achieved by a wide margin.

Less Waste

Less waste

Less Energy

Less energy