This work investigates several dielectric coatings, of different thicknesses, applied over metalized layers. More precisely, acrylate-based dielectric materials were fabricated using two different additive manufacturing techniques: spincoating and inkjet. While microscope imaging showed that uniform layers could be achieved by both techniques, breakdown strength, along with partial discharge measurements showed that microstructural defects were present in the bulk and that the quality of the printed layers decreases as the thickness of the layers increases. Nevertheless, it is shown that lacquer insulating layers, of variable thickness, can be easily obtained by inkjet printing. Even without any process optimization, they exhibit good dielectric properties, which shown their potential for electrical engineering applications.