After the unofficial presentation in a false scientific document , Im
proud to announce you my latest application with SNIR technique .
This window is a combinaison of SNIR and SNOT.
When two 1x1 parts are placed in diagonal and turned with a 45° angle, (so the
two parts are parallel) the gap between the 1x1 parts is exactly the thickness
of a tile.
The width of a tile added with a stud height is 3 plates (or a brick or 2 plates
+ 1 tile) high.
So, using this technique, I built the window where 1x1 parts are the glasses and
the tiles the borders. At last, this structure is placed vertically.
In my example of the window, I used trans-yellow plates as support in order to
keep the transparency. It is a good way to reconcile ClassicSpace and
ClassicCastle fans ;-)
Oh, and watch how I fixed the red flag. I used a spanner. A good idea in my mind
to use screwdrivers and to have flags parallel to the wall.
The folder on brickshelf after moderation :
 Didier SixStuds Enjary, Journal of Theoretical and Applied LEGO
Mathematics II, http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=98445 
Reinhard Ben Beneke, Studs Not In Row,
Erik / brickerik
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