SNIR techniques

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With SNIR Techniques parts are placed not simply side by side but in diagonal, to obtain a row not in the classical way. There are several ways to make models with SNIR (Studs Not In a Row).


The first SNIR Technique has been developed by Reinhard "Ben" Beneke for his "Old fishermans house near the shore".

This house has a classical four wall parallelogram shape but its walls are not placed in a row and present an angle to the baseplate grid of stud. This angle is about 27 degrees and is performed using jumper plate AZMEP Technique. The 1x1 plates or bricks which the walls are made of may also be slighty turned to fill the gap between them. The maximum gap is about 0.12 stud (2.4 LDU).

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The second SNIR Technique has been developed by Erik Amzallag and has been detailed in this paper. It mainly consists of a 45 degrees SNIR tile filled gap building to create windows.

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