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Advice and laying diagrams
  The character which arises from your project depends largely on the way in which the bluestone is laid.

Here are some of the most commonly used laying diagrams :


 
pose_joints_alignés
Laying with aligned joints
pose_quadratique_bord_cabochon
Quadratic laying with edge and stud
pose_quadratique_bord_exterieur_interieur
Quadratic laying with outside and inside edges
pose_cassons
Laying of broken flags
pose_cabochons
Laying with studs
pose_romaine
The so-called "Roman" laying technique
pose_cyclone
"Cyclone" laying
pose_bande_longueur_libre
Laying in free-length strips
pose_quadratique_double_alternante
Double and alternating, quadratic laying
variante-cyclone
Variant of "Cyclone" laying
pose_quadratique_bord_exterieur_bande
Quadratic laying with round studs
pose_diagonale
Diagonal laying with or without outer edge
pose_quadratique_cabochon_carre
Quadratic laying with square studs at 45°
pose_joints_decales
Laying with offset joints
pose_arete_poisson
45° herringbone
pose_epi
90° herringbone
pose_quadratique_cabochon_90
Quadratic laying with square stud at 90°
pose_quadratique_cabochon_triangulaire
Quadratic laying with triangular studs
pose_quadratique_2_cabochons
Quadratic laying with 2 triangular studs
pose_quadratique_exterieur_bande
Quadratic laying with outer strip edge

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