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January 24, 2017 - 11:15 am
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Hi Ness,

thanks for the info. I have now subscribed to full membership. But i am a bit confused. According to the comparison between free and full membership it states that one 3D DXF file is free of charge per month. Doesn’t that include cutting lists?

Do you mean i have to pay additional 95 GBP to get cutting lists?

Appreciate your help.

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January 23, 2017 - 7:03 pm
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Hello Henrik,

Thanks for posting your stair.

Having looked quickly at you stair project I would say that you need an in depth revision of your project.

This will require some time and could be part of à StairFile service that you could buy from this page:

https://wooddesigner.org/membe…..discounts/

This service includes a full revision of your stair and help to adjust the project to have a viable build.

It also includes delivery of all the working documents including cutting list, drawings and DXF files. 

Please note that this service is reserved for full members and you’ll have to subscribe and login to access the page.

All the best,

Ness

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January 23, 2017 - 11:28 am
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Hi,

i have been using stairdesigner to create a new stair. Now i’m think I have a stair I like to create, so i would like a drawing in DWG format so i can go to local store and have it printed in 1:1 scale. Do i need to signup for a membership? Or can i buy the drawing somehow? It’s the first time i build a stair. 

I also have a couple of questions:

1. I have placed a newel post, between 1st and 2nd left cut string, from floor to stabilize the stair. Will it work, or is it a risk that this will cause problems? Didn’t really seems like the software supported this kind of newel post.
2. When looking in 3D view, the last step (#4) doesn’t have a cuting string to be fastned to. How should the step be placed? In the floor upstairs?

The drawing is attached, so I would really appreciate if someone have time to look at it an give me feedback.

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