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Robbert Theijs

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January 11, 2022 - 11:42 am
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Hi michel,

 

Thanks

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January 11, 2022 - 7:31 am
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Hi Robert

 

Here is the stairfile for your stair design

 

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Michel 

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Hi Michel,

 

I have changed the nosing, 6-13 steps from 30 to 55mm , and 1-5 steps from 30 to 40mm.

 

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Hi Robert

 

This is not possible as the stair gets calculated between his origin and endpoint. If you do not have any possibility to get more space the only way is to remove 1 step which will give you a better tread with but the height will be also significantly higher. ( 241.7mm!!)

The tread width is measured from nose to nose and is therefore dependent on the total calculation. you can extend the steps but this will not make it any safer as the tread width value will not change. You do this by setting a higher nosing value. This will make the step wider but not safer. 

Sometimes you just get limited by the available space so it becomes a compromise between riser height, tread width and structural works on the site.

 

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Hi Michel,

 

Is it possible to make the steps 6-12 a little bit widther 20-15mm?

 

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Hi Robbert

 

I added a landingstep of 70mm inside the current size. So this means the total length of the flight last step included is 2300mm

 

If you confirm this is ok I will send you the documents 

 

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Michel 

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Hello Michel,

 

I changed what you reccomended , but i don't know how to change the landing.

 

Only the stringboard at the first step by 15mm.

 

Can you change then landing step?

 

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Hi Robert

 

penetration should be set on 15mm only 

there is also no penetration from the riser top into the step.

I would also extend the stringboard in front of the first step by 20mm

What about the landing step?  The stair top does not seem to be finished. The left length of 2300 is unit the nose of step 13. Please recheck 

 

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Hello,

 

I have got a new stair file, can it be checked  and can I get a cutting list?

 

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