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How to build a restaurant model

Hello, I am simulating restaurant. In this restaurant the people enter by groups of 2,3,4 etc. (for example that a family of 4 enters the restaurant to eat in a table with 6 chairs). I represent the tables in the restaurant with processors. The max content of the processors represents the chairs.

For example, how can I make that a family of 4 enters a processor with a max content of 6 and prevent that 2 more persons enter the same processor to fill the "max content". The processor needs to block itself when a group of people enters and become available again when the group of people exits. Independent if the group of people fills or not the max content.

FlexSim 19.1.0
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Have you looked at our restaurant sample model?

restaurantsample.fsm


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Is there a step by step method for me to build a model like your sample model. Furthermore, after downloading your sample model, my flexsim indicates "model limit reached"

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Not for that model. There is a step by step tutorial for building a healthcare clinic model which is similar in a lot of ways:

https://docs.flexsim.com/en/20.0/Tutorials/FlexSimHC/OverviewFlexSimHC/

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