You can set in the transporter the loadbay type track. On this track you can set sensors and can drive on it with a second transporter (your z-axis). Have a look on the 3D HBW library, the ASRS in this library has also the z-axis.
Thanks for the prompt reply.
I understood how to model it. However, as you mentioned, i couldn't find ASRS having z-axis in HBW library. If possible, can you post screen shot of it.
Thanks & regards,
As you suggested, i am trying to create z-axis of ASRS by adding another transporter as RS_z and changing RSU_y loadbay type to track. However, after adding this ASRS in the frame, i am not able to see any z axis in frame.
Part loaded and unloaded from z-axis also becomes invisible.
I have attached the model.
Thanks in advance . . . .
for better understanding: what do you mean with z-axis?
If you change rsu_y back to loadbay type store with one place, you see your MU.
If you need one additional axis (e.g. for deep storage operations), you need to load rsu_z on rsu_y and your part on rsu_z. But I guess, in this case the HBW library will not work anymore.