I've just finished putting my new Anet A6 together. Very nice build all together as everything fits really well.
I've tried a test print and I noticed something weird: as I try to home ONLY the Z axis to level the bed, the printer automatically moves the nozzle to the X0 Y0 after doing the Z0 first. It doesn't make a difference whether I do it on Octoprint Control or sending the G-Code, so it appears to be a Firmware thing. Why is the Firmware programmed like this is something I'd like to know because it makes the levelling of the bed a nightmare.
That's why I wanted to update the Firmware and here is where I got confused... seems that the Firmware used for this boards is something called Skynet3d. I went to their Github page and all they have are 3 section as follows:
- A board profile for the Arduino IDE
- What looks like the normal Marlin Firmware
- Skynet3d Firmware, which is empty.
Inside section 2, all I see is a normal group of files corresponding to the Marlin Firmware and some configuration.h examples: they have one for the Anet A8 but not for the Anet A6
So, summing up my question is: Where do I find the A6 Firmware? I've seen a Youtube video of a guy with the A6 profiles, but I don't know the official source of them...
Does somebody know?