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Route item types differently through multiprocessor

What is the best way to include or exclude certain processes per item type in a multiprocessor? I have tried to use a 0 processing time by case and that hasn't really worked the way I was hoping

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How is your multiprocessor set up that your case by case isn't working? Is it pulling operators to work on it that you don't want?

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@Alex Q

Could you send us your model or a sample model so that we can see what needs to happen?

Thanks.

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@Joshua S @Jeff Nordgren I replied with the example model explaining a bit about it

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Hey @Jörg Vogel, I'm working with Alex on this simulation.We did look into what you had suggested but it doesn't seem to fix the issue. We have a theory that the problem lies in the "Inspection" section in the "Wait for Event" block. The block is set to move the token "On Process Finish"

'Because the multi processor is set to perform three separate operations, is it possible that the token is being moved after the completion of the first process and never going through the second or third?

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@Matt K

Your assumption is correct, each time one of the processes in the multiprocessor finishes, it will trigger the wait for event. I would suggest having 3 wait for events right after each other.

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