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Circular stair case
August 30, 2016
4:33 am
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Ness

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Hi Rob,

Thanks for posting the pictures.

StairDesigner 6 can be useful setting up this type of stair but as this requires first setting the stair plan up in CAD and then inputting the correct data to StairDesigner.

You can see how to do this in  this video :

https://wooddesigner.org/member…..dal-stair/

All the best,

Ness

August 29, 2016
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here is a rendering of the set of stairs I am building, (the upper option in the pdf) the one with the spinal style stringer

August 29, 2016
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what type of file is the rob01v01.stair file? 

August 29, 2016
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Hi Rob,

Here’s a model of a flaired stair built with StairDesigner 7:

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You can use this model as a template to set up your stair, however to advise you better could you post a drawing or photo of the stair you  are trying to design?

All the best,

Ness

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Having trouble drawing a circular stair case where the inside radius is static but the outside radius grows as you get towards the bottom of the stairs (the stairs start to flair out at the bottom but don’t change direction)?

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