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180 degree turn with two quarter landings
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September 26, 2018 - 10:08 am
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Hi Michael, please go to the StairDesigner download page to install the latest version – thanks.

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Hi Michel,

Thanks for your help. How do I get the latest version, as I cant open your file, I think Im on v 7.05d?

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Hi Michael ,

I attached an example you can use to work out your stair . It is done in sd7 the latest version 7.06A

I used model 9 to start and added flights and landings to reach the result. 

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Michel 

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Hi,

I have a couple of stairs to produce with a 180 degree turn comprising a straight flight up to a quarter turn, then a two tread flight, then another quarter turn, and finishing with a straight flight to a trimmer.

Would I be right doing this in multi flight stairs, and if so, is there a tutorial for version 7? I have found one for V6 but not sure how relevant that is?

There doesnt seem to be anything in the libraries for this.

Ive attached a very rough sketch of what I need to make, can you give me some pointers?                         Download double-quarter-turn-stair.pdf

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