A flow that reflects a limited number of components that can be assembled in a wide variety of ways to create a very large number of finished products – far more than the number of original components.
The ending part of the process resembles “V” flow, the front part of it may resemble either “A” or “I” flows.

Examples: Auto assembly plants, Faucets, Door locks, Circuit card assembly, Appliances, etc.
Source: Oded Cohen and Jelena Fedurko, Theory of Constraints Fundamentals, 2012