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I have got two transporters where the second one follows the first one to complete a task.
I need the second one to follows the first with the same distance all along the way
Is there any way to do it? did I miss anything in manual decribing tools for that?

I appreciate your comments.
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One possible solution is to use a coordinated task sequence.

Here is an example: http://www.flexsim.com/community/for...?do=file&id=81

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Thanks for the comment.
May I ask how that can be an answer to the question I asked for keeping the same distance all the time?
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Very little detail given about your problem so this is just a suggestion for you to investigate instead of a solution.

Set the network path that the transporters are travelling on to non-passing, specify the separation you want for the path on one of the network nodes that defines the path and send both transporters down the path at the same time.
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