Haldor is right on. Here’s what I did to confirm (trust but verify).
My project is drilling 12 holes in a pc of (12" X 12" X .125") thin aluminum. Bump stops and quick clamps assure same position on work surface.
1st run I went through all the steps past [CARVE] and used the probe for Z. Perfect run with perfect depth of holes. When finished, the spindle settled on X0-Y0 home with the drill bit tip (Z) approx 3/8" above the alum part.
2nd run I clicked thru [CARVE] and used [Confirm home position] did nothing else. The result was the perfect path but the bit depth never touch the alum. surface.
3rd run I repeated the 1st run…perfect.
4th run I only selected [Or use last home position]. The run was perfect.
Soooo to effectively make repetitive / identical runs you use the “last home position” button.
Later today I’ll use easel jog to move the spindle out of the way to make changing the part easier.
Then see what steps are needed to resume drilling.
Thanks again Haldor !!