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January 24, 2016 - 11:38 am
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Hi Jonathan,

Here are you updated files.

Good luck with the build.

All the best,

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January 24, 2016 - 9:34 am
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Hi Ness,

Please send me the right files, that i can be sure it is good at the shop 🙂

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Hi Jonathan,

The difference comes from the fact that the right stringer is set up as straight width 300 with nosing at 50 from the edge and the left stringer is curved with 30 from edge.

This means that  the nose of the steps will line up but if you line up the vertical end cut there will be a difference. Your stair is perfectly buildable using the templates as they are but the bottom and top of the stringer will not align.

This is my fault as I didn’t verify this parameter.

Maybe not a big deal but tell me if you want me to send you another set of plans.

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Hi Jonathan,

Which stingers are on the photo?

All the best,

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Hij Ness,

 

I have a question.

I have uploaded a picture because it is difficult to explaine in english for me.

Is it normal that the measure are different? 

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HI Jon,

Here are your files.

I hope the building goes well for you.

Don’t hesitate to post your questions and keep us updated.

All the best,

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Hi Ness,

The vertical spil in the inner corner that get to the floor. This was a little to short i see in 3d. 

Thx 

Jonathan

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Hi Jonathan,

Your stair looks fine, but what do you mean by the “spil length”?

All the best,

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Hi Ness,

I have see 1 fault, the spil is to short i think?

I have changed the spil lenght, can you check it also please?

Then the file may be exported.

thanks
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Hi Jonathan,

Thanks for buying a StairFile Pro.

You stair looks great with a nice clean design.

However,  I have adjusted slightly your design can you tell me if these changes are OK for you?

You have not included a Landing step. This is possible, but the transition to the first floor is neater if you can add a landing step.

In the attached model I have added a landing step of 50mm, this adds a sort of nosing to the edge of the floor cladding.

For more details on landing steps and other elements, you can read my Stair Design Preliminaires eBook , downloadable from the members eBook library here:

https://wooddesigner.org/member…..airs/core/

I have also noticed that although your stair complies to th stair rule when all the steps are winders when you add the landing the separate flights are no longer optimised.

This is due to the fact that adding the landing reduces the total going or length of the stair and so the width of each step.

This makes each flight a bit steep. You can see this by opening the Inter Landing Parameter dialogue box:

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This shows a tread width of 191 and a stair rule at 564.

In general, to have the safest stair possible, I would recommend trying to respect the stair rule and having a maximum tread width, even if this means increasing the riser height.

To do this on your stair I have reduced the number of treads to 15 in the Stairwell Parameters.

This adds 9mm to the tread height but allows each flight to comply to the stair rule and increases the tread widths by 12mm

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I attach the modified stair.

Can you review the changes and tell me if you would like the manufacturing documents of this optimised project.

All the best,

Ness

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January 20, 2016 - 8:51 pm
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Hi,

Did you receive the payment?

Do you have enough with the sended files?

How long will it take to that i receive the export files please?

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January 19, 2016 - 12:20 pm
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OK,  this is done,

thx

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Thanks for letting us know. When you’re ready, you can buy StairFile Pro from this page: https://wooddesigner.org/member…..discounts/

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Hi,Schets-opening-Medium-1.jpgImage Enlarger

I would like to buy the pro for the first time to be sure its all good in stairdesigner.

Al the material is 27mm.

thx.

Jonathan

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Hi Jonathan, thanks for signing up for Full membership. Let me know if you’d like the StairFile Lite service or are planning to buy the Pro service for this project. Please check the link in my previous post for the differences between the two. Thanks, Stefan

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Hi Jonathan, if you need your working documents, you’ll need to sign up for Full membership here:

https://wooddesigner.org/member…..p-upgrade/

This give you access to 1 StairFile Lite each month. If this is what you need, all Full membership is enough. We also have the StairFile Pro service which is an extra service which you have to buy from this page (but you must be a Full member first to access it):

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

Please note the differences in the Lite and Pro services in terms of the files you will receive. The differences are detailed here:

https://wooddesigner.org/stairf…..e-service/

All the best, Stefan

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Hi Jonathan,

I’ve just noticed you’re using StairDesigner version 7 which uses these .stair files. We are only supporting version 6 at present.

StairDesigner v7 is still in Beta testing and there are a number of features that are not present, including landings.

Please download version 6 from this page: https://wooddesigner.org/member…..rdesigner/

Here’s a video that shows how to add landings: https://wooddesigner.org/member…..-landings/

All the best,

Stefan

Hi Stefan,

I have my stair file uploaded with a drawing of the opening, is it possible to take control of it please? also with the measures of the drawing.

Then a would like to buy the files for printing.Schets-opening-Medium.jpgImage Enlarger

thanx

jonathan

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Hi Mike,

Be happy to help for the next stair, in the meantime I  all the best for 2016.

Ness

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Ness said
Hi Mike,

We could make you a template for your stair but will need some more information.

Can you post a few more details like drawings, photos and some dimensions of your project?

All the best,

Ness

Hi Ness I have this one figured out the old school way the math on it is fairly easy and straight forward. I am just wondering how to go about drawing it up with Stair Designer so in the future Can show my customers a 3d version of how things will look before I go ahead with the build. i do have another project coming up in two weeks that will require a landing at the bottom of the run that i will get you to help me design. I will draw it up over the weekend and let you have a look at everything. Have a good new years thanks.

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Hi Mike,

We could make you a template for your stair but will need some more information.

Can you post a few more details like drawings, photos and some dimensions of your project?

All the best,

Ness

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