Once a part is configured and saved in Eiger, that part can be added to a build. A build consists of multiple parts, all with the same layer height. Builds are used to generate MFP files, which in turn are sent to the printer.

From left to right, the horizontal bar near the top of the page contains:

  • List/Tile View icons: Click the desired icon to change the page layout from a collection of build tiles to a list of builds, or vice versa. The icon that is not currently selected is grayed out.
  • Sort by drop-down: Click and select an option from the drop-down menu to sort all builds in your organization by one of the following options:
    • Modified: Click to sort all builds by the time they were last modified
    • Created: Click to sort all builds by the time they were created
    • Alphabetical: Click to sort all builds by name
  • Filters drop-down: Click and start typing to generate a list of suggested users and materials. Click one of the entries in the list to filter all builds by that property, or press the Enter key to filter by build names containing the typed letters.
    Note: You can apply multiple filters by repeating this process.
  • Import STL button: Click to import an STL file. For more information, see Importing an STL File.

The body of the page contains:

  • When Tile View is enabled:
    • Build tiles: Each build tile includes the following: build plate preview, material icons, name, and build owner. Click to navigate to the Build View page for that build; for more information, see Build View. Hovering over a build tile will reveal the following element:
      • Actions button: Click the button labeled […] in the top right corner of the tile to generate a drop-down menu, including:
        • Delete: Delete this build from your organization.
          Note: You can only delete builds that you own.
  • When List View is enabled:
    • List of builds: Each build displays the following: preview, build name, materials, build owner, date created, and date modified. Click to navigate to the Build View page for that build.
  • Pagination: Click on one of the numbers, or the Next button, at the bottom of the page to display additional builds. Next to the pagination options, the number of builds on this page and the total number of builds are listed.


Working with Builds

For information on creating and modifying parts in a build, see Build View.