3D printing is a major investment. Models, prototypes and end products can be produced highly efficiently with additive manufacturing. But when a power failure paralyses the electronics or an employee accidentally puts the software out of action, the consequences can be very serious. Repairs take time, production is halted, but the delivery date has been contractually agreed. On top of which, the printer output or the raw materials become unusable.
Companies have to safeguard against these risks and at the same time guarantee uninterrupted production. Helvetia 3D Printer Insurance comprehensively protects your investment in 3D printing. Helvetia not only covers the damage to the printer. Follow-up costs are also insured.
Helvetia 3D Printer Insurance is what is known as an all-risk insurance policy. This all-round protection covers any sudden damage to the machine itself, as well as the resulting consequential losses. In particular, these include losses in the case of printer output and raw materials. When printers are out of action for some time, Helvetia covers the resulting additional costs.
The following damage and losses are insured:
The risks covered include:
Losses directly associated with an insured event are covered. This excludes any damage resulting from ageing or wear, for example. In addition, it must be possible to bridge a power failure for at least 30 minutes with an in-house system (a UPS system). Damage resulting from a longer power failure is covered.