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This tutorial teaches how to use the StartTransportIn and StartTransportOut statements in Process Modeling for transporting parts in and out simultaneously. The tutorial also goes through SelectProducts statement to split the product variables. In case of not being familiar with Process Modeling (PM), please first go through the course Introduction to Process Modeling.
Used PM statements in this tutorial: StartTransportIn, StartTransportOut, WaitTranport, SelectProducts.
Software Version: 4.2.1
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