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michel melon said
Hi Duayne,

There are different options.

You can start from model 9 and re-shape the landing to a 45° version and then add another landing also re-shaped until you have that 90° turn. After this adding the last flight.

The second option is to start from scratch in the multi-flight mode.

Here is a video showing how it is done.

http://somup.com/cq6FVLeS1K

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Michel

  

That was very helpful, Thanks !

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Hi Duayne,

There are different options.

You can start from model 9 and re-shape the landing to a 45° version and then add another landing also re-shaped until you have that 90° turn. After this adding the last flight.

The second option is to start from scratch in the multi-flight mode.

Here is a video showing how it is done.

http://somup.com/cq6FVLeS1K

regards

Michel

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michel melon said
Hi Duayne,

This is a different model of stair. Here is a model you can work with.

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Michel

  

did you set this up as a model or as a  multi flight stair ?

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Hi Duayne,

This is a different model of stair. Here is a model you can work with.

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Michel

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michel melon said
Hi Duyane,

the tread width is 10″ for the straight steps. This is measured from nose to nose on the steps. You have a nose setting of 1″1/4.

Your steps are 11″1/4. If you set your nose to 0 then the steps will become 10″ in dimension but I guess this is not what you want. 

Not only the winder is calculated by stairdesigner but the complete stair as the treadline is the base of measurement in stairs. Can you show me the plan of the architect with measurements? They do not use prof stair software to make their plans. 

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Michel

  

below is one that was sent to me by an Architect , i left off the details because of the file limits in this site 

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michel melon said
Hi Duyane,

the tread width is 10″ for the straight steps. This is measured from nose to nose on the steps. You have a nose setting of 1″1/4.

Your steps are 11″1/4. If you set your nose to 0 then the steps will become 10″ in dimension but I guess this is not what you want. 

Not only the winder is calculated by stairdesigner but the complete stair as the treadline is the base of measurement in stairs. Can you show me the plan of the architect with measurements? They do not use prof stair software to make their plans. 

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Michel

  

i am still getting 10 1/8″ for the straight steps from the revisions you made  

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michel melon said
Hi Duyane,

the tread width is 10″ for the straight steps. This is measured from nose to nose on the steps. You have a nose setting of 1″1/4.

Your steps are 11″1/4. If you set your nose to 0 then the steps will become 10″ in dimension but I guess this is not what you want. 

Not only the winder is calculated by stairdesigner but the complete stair as the treadline is the base of measurement in stairs. Can you show me the plan of the architect with measurements? They do not use prof stair software to make their plans. 

regards

Michel

  

Over hang is irrelevant, I is nothing but an overhang. Run determines the length of the stairs  + 1 1/4” 
 the architect would more than likely use AutoCAD or something similar. 

he sent me his plans in PDF and they 
are quite detailed will send out something tonight. 

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Hi Duyane,

the tread width is 10″ for the straight steps. This is measured from nose to nose on the steps. You have a nose setting of 1″1/4.

Your steps are 11″1/4. If you set your nose to 0 then the steps will become 10″ in dimension but I guess this is not what you want. 

Not only the winder is calculated by stairdesigner but the complete stair as the treadline is the base of measurement in stairs. Can you show me the plan of the architect with measurements? They do not use prof stair software to make their plans. 

regards

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i did not even see the float tool , thanks for the tip , it did clean up the drawing but what i would really like is to make the treads exactly 10″ , if i have a run of 100″ on the out side wall with  6 treads at 60″ and a set of winders at 40 by 40″ providing the winders come to an exact point the drawing should display a 10″ run , the problem is that the winders work their way around the stringer or post which could take up 3 1/2″ in both directions , Stairdesigner then makes it’s own calculations.

I  receive some drawings from architects and they generally use a 10″ runs , since they are inflexible i would like to duplicate their drawings in stairdesigner ,

so how do i do that ?

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Hi Duayne,

Sorry it seems the stairfile was not attached 

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Hi Duayne

You can set the steps as floating steps to get the ones near the winders corrected. Also, the steps on the second flight were not straight.

I corrected this and your tread width is now 10″.

The winder steps can also be set to floating to adjust them independently from each other.

I see you did not work with a landing step but extend the stringer length beyond the last step 4 inches. So that flight is 104 inches. Is that correct?

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my file is 280 kb and can’t open it 

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i would like to make all  the treads in the drawing to be  10″ with a set of 3 winders at 90 degrees and 40″ wide  , how do i go about that ?

I also have another set of plans that are basically the same but only have 2 winders , can’t seem to be able to do that !

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