There is some kind of firmware preinstalled BUT DON‘T TRY TO PRINT WITH IT YET!It assumes the printer to have a cartesian motion system so trying to home the printer could result in damaging it.
I'll do so once I have my printer
My brother is currently working on one. Links are at general proforge 3 discussion on this forum. You’re more than welcome to help him with Marlin or me with Klipper :)
I don't have the printer yet (it is stuck in customs) but compiling a default version of marlin for a printer isn't too hard to do. It is just time consuming. But to speed it up you can just grab a config from a similar printer like for example the Two Trees Sapphire Plus and modify it a little bit so it fits with this printer....
For those who are interested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6cgUwNA17k
Just enable the "SWITCHING_NOZZLE" option before compiling if you have the DSH. Grab their temp table from makertech's github: https://github.com/Makertech3D/Dual-Switching-Hotend-v2 )
So I don't get why it is taking so long.
Some more useful links for people: https://github.com/RolfZuckowskiUltras/TwoTrees-Sapphire-Pro-Plus-Marlin2.0-with-GUI
So what's the ETA on a usable firmware? It doesn't have to be perfect.
If you release the source code that you have so far you'll get lots of assistance in improving it.
Thank you for the heads up! I would've never known.