Is It Possible to Lay a Floating Laminate Floor on Top of Ceramic Tiles (on Concrete)if the Tiles Ar
Is it possible to lay a floating laminate floor on top of ceramic tiles (on concrete)if the tiles are smooth?all laminate floors have an underlay .without it it will be very noisy .the underlay can be bought as a very thin layerâ€” â€” â€” â€” â€” â€”No of tiles required ...need urgent help?You need 40 tiles plus scrap. Tile is priced per s/f So if your looking at a display tile it might say 8$ but the s/f price to compare to other tiles would be 2$ a s/f Same goes for 18x18" , 16x16 etc. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GLâ€” â€” â€” â€” â€” â€”Recommendations for making board tilesMy first published game has a map of seven hexagonal tiles, so I have some experience with this.If you must have hex tiles (e.g. a case where the board layout is user-generated as in the 4x game E C L I P S E, not fixed as in Catan or as in my game), then I would buy a bunch of blank tiles from The Game Crafter or Amazon. Our earliest prototypes used something similar (though made of a thicker composite material). With tiles in hand, just print square icons and tape them to the tiles. For that matter, you could just write freehand on the tiles. If you can get away with a using a pre-determined grid layout, then that will be much less expensive. Just print an appropriate hex grid, and use square or circular tokens to randomly distribute the hexes on the board. We used this in later prototypes, and eventually in the published version of my game. In any case, I would strongly advise against cutting out a lot of hexagons. It's unwieldy! Make some icons and send the files to The Game Crafter or to Print and Play Productions. They are much better at cutting :)â€” â€” â€” â€” â€” â€”How would you go about covering a sphere (best possible approximation) using N tiles (assuming that the tiles can be resized as long as they are all of the same size and shape)?Personally, I would not do that to a Sphere atall.I say this in all earnesty:It will be a Hassle Beyond belief and all your estimations of what a hassle can be.Surface area of a Sphere is reported in Square Inches unless you use r and then you are truly dealing with and likely considering: Sending it off to the 4th Dimension. To place tile on the Poles, is not easy as you think: 'need a Circumference for each pole' Ha. Ever tried to Stretch Tile? Poles usually are slightly stretched, just like a Balloon at the Pole is more Stretched than the rest.You will have to mould your own Clamps or put fresh clay on your Clamps to soften the Grip, this clay dries up quick in Summer Heat, and crumbles if you do not spray it with water every 15 minutes. Even if I was discussing this to Engineers and needed a Stage Prop of a Sphere, I Would sell the client on a Fact: 'Often the Mind's Eye of a Seer is more satisfied with say: a 4000 sided Mosaic of Stained Glass as a Centerpiece than a Tiled Sphere' [alike 2 Tiffany Lampshades Glued together], for the eyes are usually scornful critics, Gaze attracts more to imperfection or ingenuity than to perfection.I hope the application is not a Garden on a Hill, because, it will probably rain to ease your suffering, and you will likely need to at some stage: destroy a hose using it like a Doorstop to prevent Roll.Although you can use a Hose as a Measuring tape, it does not inform you the angle of the cut. You will very likely end up buying twine and starch, to make a String-Based Cover that is a Sphere of the exact size to end up cutting that Twine [with Sharp Scissors] into all the Mosaic Shapes so you have a Model to go by and know how to cut each piece.Do not get any bright Ideas of wrapping a Hose around it, you have to take the hose off eventually.Expect to use minimally 7 different colors of tile or the Project will become skewed as: too Bland. You will say no fewer than thrice: 'This is why the Lathe was Invented!'How would you go about covering a sphere (best possible approximation) using N tiles (assuming that the tiles can be resized as long as they are all of the same size and shape)?How would you go about covering a sphere (best possible approximation) using n tiles (assuming that the tiles can be resized as long as they are all the same size and shape)?