F-Engrave Inlay Problem

I tried my first inlay today and ran into a problem on the straight bit cleanup.
i am very new to F-Engrave so forgive me for not really knowing what i am talking about.
Very simple explanation of my problem… the Inlay Vcarve looks good, the Vcarve V cleanup looks good, then when i run the straight bit clean up it cut the tops of my letters off . Once it did this and i noticed , i stopped the program to not waste more time. Any ideas ? i can send whatever info you may want/need .

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