Eiger maintains a record of all print, wash, and sinter jobs within your organization. The Print Jobs page can be accessed from the navigation bar at the top of the page.
From the Print Jobs page, you can reprint, reconfigure, and rate the quality of jobs that have previously been printed across any printer associated with your organization.
Note that prints that are started offline via USB and have not been specifically imported (see more information below) will not appear on this page.
The top right corner of the page contains:
- Import Print Job button: Click to import a print job that was run offline to the list on this page. For more information, see Importing a Print Job.
The table of print jobs contains the following elements:
- Filter by print job name field: Type inside to filter the print jobs in the table by name. The contents of the table will update automatically with matches.
- Drop-down filters: Click and select from the drop-down menus to filter the print jobs in the table by the following:
- Owner: The user who submitted the print job.
- Material: The materials in which the part was printed.
- Status: The current completion status of the print job, or, if completed, the quality rating of the print job.
- Series: The series of printer on which the print job was run.
- Printers: The name of the printer on which the print job was run.
- Has Images toggle switch: Enable to filter the table by print jobs which contain camera images.
- Has Scans toggle switch: Enable to filter the table by print jobs which contain laser scans.
- Column headers: Click any column header to sort the table by that category; click that column header a second time to reverse sort the table by that category. The column headers are as follows:
- Print: Lists the name of the print job and icons for any scans or images that may have been taken.
- Materials: Lists the materials that were used in the print.
- Device: Lists the name of the printer that ran the print job.
- User: Lists the name of the user who initiated the print job.
- Date: Lists the date and time at which the print job was processed.
- Print Time: Lists the total time taken to run the print job.
- Rating: Shows the user rating of the quality of the printed part.
- Print jobs: Each row in the table represents one print job. In addition to the information provided in each column (described above), you can perform the following actions:
- Click the camera icon under the Print column to view images associated with that print job. Only appears for print jobs during which images were taken.
- Click the Rate Print button under the Rating column to rate the quality of the print.
- Click the Actions button at the rightmost end of the row to load a drop-down menu containing the following options:
- Open Build: Click to open the Build View page for this print job. Only appears for builds that were printed directly from Eiger, instead of being exported to USB. For more information, see Build View.
- Print Again: Click to open a pop-up window from which you can run this print job again, with all print and build settings intact. To close the pop-up window without initiating a print, press the Esc key on your keyboard or click outside of the pop-up window on the Eiger page. This pop-up window contains the following features:
- Printer drop-down menu: Select a printer for this print job.
- Add to Queue button: Click to add the print job to the end of the queue for the selected printer.
- Print Next button: Click to add the print job to the beginning of the queue for the selected printer, preempting all other queued print jobs.
- Print Now button: Click to initiate the print job immediately on an available printer.
- Export Build: Click to download the MFP file for this print job to your computer.
- View Camera Images: Click to view camera images taken during the print. Only appears for print jobs during which images were taken.
- View Laser Scans: Click to view laser scans taken during the print. Only appears for print jobs that included laser scans. For more information, see Scan Inspection.
- See More button: Click to load up to ten more print jobs into the table. Only appears if there have been more print jobs run within your organization than are displayed on the page.
Note: Some print jobs will be marked “Missing build,” indicating that the build or its parts are not available.