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Route change by item type

Route change by item type,

Is there a way to do this without using a process flow?


With the attached FlexSim data,

When the item type is 1, the first route from the top,

When the item type is 2, the second route from the top,

When the item type is 3, the third route from the top,


Route_change_by_item_type_0.fsm


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Weighted Routing by Label value, if you can use FlexSim 21.2. There you can add costs of a path and thus you can divert taskexecuters to different path routes.

In earlier versions you can insert in your tasksequences a travel task to a control point which is reachable by your conditions.

EDIT: source code in On Receive Tasksequence trigger of Operator

In a standard task sequence, created automatically by FlexSim this task should rank as 4th task. If you load more items, then this additional travel task must only be present in the transport tasksequence for the last loaded item.

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@Shimizu M , I updated your model.
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