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October 22, 2016 - 8:16 am
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Hi Miloslav,

You can do either. Personally it’s easier and faster for me to use standard dowels, biscuits or domino tenons.

I have a dowel making jig that I use to make dowels for scrap wood for specific applications mainly antique renovation when the dowels have to be in a specific wood or a very special diameter.

This works really well but it much quicker to cut from standard dowels.

All the best,

Ness

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I have a dilema, whether to use  wooden pins from shop, or to cut my own tennons and dowels directly from the stringboards and newelposts…

I dont know the correct words, sorry

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Hi Mivosh,

At first glance, here are a few of the things you should adjust :

– to not expose the step housing, the strings should be set to over pass the first step 

– you should include a landing step and house the last step and riser into the string and posts.

– if you are using tenons to assemble you need to set tenon thickness or I would suggest don’t use tenons and use bolt and dowels.

– step housings are 30mm deep, these should be set to 15 to 20mm

Hope this is helpful.

Please consider buying a StairFile service for a more indepth revision and have access to all the plans and manufacturing documents.

All the best,

Ness

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hello,

can you write what are those errors that you mentioned?

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Hi Miloslav,

I attach the cutting list.

Please note that your stair has several errors that need adjusting before you start building it.

To get all the manufacturing documents please buy a StairFile here:

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

With our StairFile service we will verify all the details of your project to make sure that it is buildable and fully optimised before you start cutting wood.

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hello,,?

is it possible to generate a cutting list of attached stairdesigner 7 file?

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