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Thanks mr t
Ok, to create a screed you need two things... Screed runners to form your screed.
to make a screed runner you need another two things, ... Dots
dots can be set using a laser, then rapid set between the dots and you have a screed runner, rapid set or sand cement or slc between the runners and you have a screed. What is a good screed... One big flat 'plane' to tile on
You you can make anything using this technique.
You you need to think of tiles not as tiles but large sections of tiles locked in to 'planes' , eg place a 2m straight edge on a tiles surface and all the way along the tiles will be in contact with the tile face.... Then these tiles are all on the same 'plane'. When you create a plane for let's say a floor you can break the plane of the tiles to do what you want, maybe loose height to get under a door for example or gain height to come level with another surface, all this is done by breaking the plane of the tiles, that's what your doing creating a fall in a wet room.
I don't expect you to grasp what I'm describing mr t but at least you are inquisitive enough to ask. I'm not on here all that often but I see more people giving you more credit for your enthusiasm, keep asking questions and listen to the right ones and I bet you will be doing work beyond your expectations. There are plenty of tutorials on youtube showing you the basics of screeding, once you practice and master it then the tiling world will be your oyster. Just remember "plane"