As you can see, the collection contains 45 different "ordinary" Voronoi diagrams that you can further modify as desired in CAD or vector software. We think that this collection will fulfill the wishes of most people who want to do something with the Voronoi diagram, and we are sure that we have saved a lot of time for people who either have no time, or lack in knowledge and/or software to generate this type of mathematical diagram. The cells of all Voronoi diagrams in the collection are composed only of lines (unless, of course, the boundary is a circle, an ellipse, etc.) and all diagrams are 2D patterns. Some diagrams are with an offset between the cells, and on some you have to draw that effect yourself. There are many explanations on the Internet on how the Voronoi diagram is generated, so we will not explain this process to you here, but we recommend that you explore this area.
On our site you can find several more pages dedicated to Voronoi patterns which you can easily find using the search tool.