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Alex

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December 14, 2022 - 8:53 am
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Hi,

please find files attached

Cheers, Alex

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Hello Michel,

Can you give me an estimate when you can get to sending the files

Best regards

Cees

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Hello Michel,

Thanks for your help, I changed the drawing accordingly and rececked the measurements. Can you sent me the drawings to my design, a STP file would be perfect.

Have a greath day.

Cees

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Hi Cees,

 

I would go for a 900 width because you have to consider an offset value for the handrail on the wall. I presume the stair is fitted to the wall, so depending on the CenterPoint attachment of the handrail and the space you need behind it to grab it properly can easily be offset by 50 to 70mm.

 

I would then fall back to the 14 steps version, which will improve the tread width due to the enlargement of the flights. 

 

Also, I do not see any landingstep? How do you connect the stair with the floor level? Usually, there is a last step connecting with the floor with a riser to hide the floor joist. See added picture of your stair

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regards

Michel 

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sorry, somehow it didn't work before

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Hi Cees,

 

Please add your stairfile to the post 

 

regards

Michel 

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Hello,

I'm changing my stairs, rotation direction and height.

measurements of the hole in the floor are: 2950mm*950mm, with a hight (top floor to top floor) of 2800mm.

can you look at my designs, is this ok for a good stair design? i made the stairs a bit smaller bud i do not know if this is wise to do so. should I make 900mm wide? 

the stringboards will be steel the hand rail will be mounted to the wall

the stairs will be used 40..100 times per day.

if you have any questions let me know.

Best regards,

Cees

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