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   * The torch begins to travel downwards   * The torch begins to travel downwards
   * The INPUT_IHC sensor (be it an ohmic sensor, a probe or a floating head) is triggered, indicating to the machine that contact with the working surface has been made   * The INPUT_IHC sensor (be it an ohmic sensor, a probe or a floating head) is triggered, indicating to the machine that contact with the working surface has been made
-  * OUTPUT_PROBE is turned off (disabling the probe/ohmic sensor if those are used), the machine travels a necessary distance up/down, and the actual cutting ​process begins. ​+  * OUTPUT_PROBE is turned off (disabling the probe/ohmic sensor if those are used), the machine travels a necessary distance up/down, and the rest of the IHC/​THC ​process begins. ​
  
 This last step is where the difference between the three different potential systems becomes apparent, as their differences in position Z at which the input sensor is triggered must be accounted for. This is where the IHC Correction Height (found in the User Settings) is used: This last step is where the difference between the three different potential systems becomes apparent, as their differences in position Z at which the input sensor is triggered must be accounted for. This is where the IHC Correction Height (found in the User Settings) is used:
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-If, for example, a pneumatic probe system has been used, the IHC Ignition Height is equal to 6.0, and the IHC Correction Height is equal to 1.0, the system will go up by 7.0 mm after contact with the working surface has been made. +If, for example, a pneumatic probe system has been used, the IHC Ignition Height is equal to 6.0, and the IHC Correction Height is equal to 1.0, the system will go up by 7.0 mm after contact with the working surface has been made. It will then wait at this ignition height until it receives the Arc Sensor input, and will then proceed with the pierce and the THC sequence
  
 ====IHC and Arc Sensors==== ====IHC and Arc Sensors====
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