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Operator put an item under an agv

Hello,


I am trying to create an example where the operator should load item from the queue and unload this item under thhe AGV with Process flow.

I have a problem when simulating the model.

Thank you in advance for your help

Here the example attached : operator put an item under agv.fsm

FlexSim 22.0.1
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Here the attached file.

Thank you.operator put an item under agv.fsm

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Allister Wilson answered Donia M commented

In your model, you're asking the operator to load the item referenced by token.Box, but you never actually create that label or assign anything to it.

I moved things around so a single token now creates the item, storing a reference to it on token.Box, then handles the AGV and operator tasks.

In a real model, you would probably want to use a list, or some other method to fetch a reference to an item before attempting to transport it.
This tutorial in the manual provides a few different options : Tutorial 1 - Task Logic Tools (flexsim.com).

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Thank you a lot!
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