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Is there a double stringer option and explain the correct way of reading the cutlist
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Alex

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March 27, 2024 - 11:55 am
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Can you download the staircase?

I’ve looked at all the steps and can’t find any difference?

Can you point me to one? I may have missed something.

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Cheers, Alex

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Alex said

Hi,

-It is not possible to add a double stringer

-The list of cuts gives the dimensions of the maximum possible volume.

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Hope that’s helpful, Alex

  

hi alex, for instance you can view this cutlist from a job ive done. notice how the correct board sizes are given on the first page, but if you view the treads individually the dimensions are not the final dimension sizes as they would not fit in the stringers. im wondering why this is and how to either get the final dimensions for each tread and or is there an option for such a thing?

  final dimensions on the cutlist itself that is

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Alex said
Hi,

-It is not possible to add a double stringer

-The list of cuts gives the dimensions of the maximum possible volume.

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Hope that’s helpful, Alex

  

hi alex, for instance you can view this cutlist from a job ive done. notice how the correct board sizes are given on the first page, but if you view the treads individually the dimensions are not the final dimension sizes as they would not fit in the stringers. im wondering why this is and how to either get the final dimensions for each tread and or is there an option for such a thing?

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Hi,

-It is not possible to add a double stringer

-The list of cuts gives the dimensions of the maximum possible volume.

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Hope that’s helpful, Alex

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Yohaan Chandra

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was wondering if StairDesigner has an option to add a double stringer in the design process? 

 

was also hoping someone can explain how to read a cutlist correctly. we printed out a cutlist however, the measurements are different or not calculated to the final measurement thats supposed to be cut. if theres a way to fix this or get around it ?

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