The Company


TC TECH Sweden AB (publ)

TC TECH is an innovative Swedish technology company that develops and manufactures sustainable systems for the efficient production of thin advanced plastic components with micro and nano patterns.

Business operations are based on a patent protected induction technique that makes it possible to rapidly, and with high precision, heat and cool a plastic film at the same time as micro and nano patterns are created in the plastic film. The induction technique reduces the energy consumption in the manufacturing process by over 50% compared to similar technologies, and by manufacturing nano patterns on thin plastic films the material consumption is also significantly reduced.

TC TECH’s system is used for the production of optical films, such as diffusers for mini-LED, as well as biomedical products such as microfluidics, but the technology is also well suited for other application areas and materials. TC TECH’s method allows the production of advanced films down to a thickness of 0.075 mm with 100% replication of nanostructures at a low production cost, with minimal environmental impact.

TC TECH’s registered office and headquarters is located in Stockholm (Spånga), Sweden, where R&D also is conducted.


TC TECH’s systems will become a universal standard for the production of advanced polymer parts.

TC TECH’s technology has what it takes to set a new standard in a wide range of application areas. For now, we are focusing on the manufacture of so-called Light Guide Plates (LGP) and Light Guide Films (LGF), but we have also run some promising tests in the area of reinforced covers for tablets and mobile phones. Areas that will use similar technologies and have the same needs are “lab on chip” for the biomedical industry, panels for the automotive industry and thin wall products for the packaging industry. In the area of solar energy, we see a potential large future market for the manufacture of light guides and reflectors.

Made in Sweden

TC TECH is a unique innovation, developed in Sweden by some of the greatest masterminds in induction technology.