TactoTek manufactures 3D structural electronics by integrating printed circuitry and discrete electronic components into injection-molded plastics. With TactoTek key aspects of a device's intelligence and funct...
TactoTek manufactures 3D structural electronics by integrating printed circuitry and discrete electronic components into injection-molded plastics. With TactoTek key aspects of a device's intelligence and functionality can disappear into the plastics themselves and become durable structural electronics.
TactoTek structural electronics eliminate traditional design constraints so OEMs can deliver products with unique form factors and functionality. Whether the design is rigid or flexible, TactoTek enables lighter, thinner designs that incorporate key electronics including LEDs for sophisticated lighting, sensors, ICs, and printed touch controls. Because TactoTek encapsulates printed circuits and electronic components inside injection-molded plastics, resulting parts are durable, and protected from harsh conditions.
TactoTek creates injection-molded structural electronics that integrate flexible printed circuitry and discrete electronic components into mass-produced 3D injection-molded plastics. With its patented and patent pending technology, TactoTek enables differentiating and cost-effective designs with highly scalable production processes. Because TactoTek encapsulates electronics and circuitry in injection-molded plastics, the resulting products are inherently durable and protected from the environment.
TactoTek is based in Oulu, Finland. Founded in 2011, the company is funded by Conor Venture Partners, Faurecia Ventures, VTT Ventures, Leaguer VC, private angels, TEKES, and European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.