3D printing is a new manufacturing technology with great potential. Helvetia can provide tailor-made and comprehensive insurance for the production facilities of this technology, also known as additive manufacturing.
Helvetia 3D printer insurance protects your investment in additive manufacturing (rapid production of models, prototypes and end products) comprehensively and affordably as part of all-risks insurance coverage. At the same time, it covers not only damage to the 3D printer, but also to the printed product, the raw material and any financial losses.
3D printers are machines that are able to build three-dimensional workpieces layer by layer by means of additive manufacturing. Previously, they were used primarily in the production of prototypes, but today 3D printers are increasingly used in the manufacture of small batches or individual items. A high-quality 3D printer represents a big investment both for professionals, but also for private investors.
Helvetia offers you a specific insurance solution for your 3D printer. Simply get in touch with us if you want further information on the product or a specific quotation. Whatever you want to do. We are there for you.
Our insurance also perfectly complements maintenance contracts. We always strive to address your needs flexibly with our insurance and we are therefore able to find the ideal solution for you in a personal consultation. We look forward to hearing from you – with no obligation on your part.
The insurance covers complete 3D printers and 3D scanners against sudden and unforeseen damage, destruction and loss, particularly as a consequence of (not an exhaustive list):
In the case of any damage to the 3D printer or where there is a power failure, the policy also covers:
The part of the printing job that has not been produced correctly as a result of damage to the 3D printer or due to a power failure and is therefore unusable.
Raw material contained within the 3D printer at the time of damage or power failure and which can therefore no longer be used.
The resulting additional costs and losses due to interruption. This includes, for example, costs for having outstanding orders completed externally as a result of the outage of the 3D printer.
In the case of an insured event, Helvetia replaces: