I have a little way to go before I make anything available for others. At this point, you could do some harm to your device if you aren't paying attention.
I'm already working on a probing system for both PCB's and other stocks alike. I'm was originally writing this specifically for the Carvey but I abstracted it all out to allow other machine types. My father is a machinist for Nestle R&D and has been programming CNC's all his life. He gave me many pointers on what industrial devices can do.
I've written all this code via UWA (Universal Windows Platform) and I plan to make this a 'Man In the Middle' controller. I'm using a Pi3 for this and it will enable WiFi Carvey, full tactile interface, and full backwards functionality. I'll have some video's and photos of the the CarvedPi controller here this weekend.
If any of you have other suggestion, or would like to maybe do some alpha testing, I'm all ears.