Okay, still confused. Where does the “gCarvin” text come from? I don’t see the word “Carvin” anywhere in the https://github.com/inventables/grbl source, yet see “gCarvin 1.1.5” when connecting to the serial port of Carvey.
Carvey is only approved for use with Easel, though you can use Easel to send g-code toolpaths generated by outside programs. At the moment, we support the following programs for generating gcode compatible with Carvey:
•AutoDesk Fusion 360
•Vectric V-Carve, Aspire, and Cut2D
The IDE is mean to be old, read that 1.6.10 and above doesn’t work with their boards as the file compiled is too large for the board. Why 1.0.6 though it’s the last classic version and actually I picked it up from an example video from inventables, although it’s for Uno not Mega. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nozWMg_87H0
Ok, I didn’t know they used the 2560 in the Carvey.
The “file to large for board” is an UNO issue. Notice in your upload attempt the image file size is 32,244 bytes and the maximum size for the 2560 is 258,048. You could load multiple copies in that much space.