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problem with drawing 1/4-turn, narrow staircase
May 12, 2015
10:58 am
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Hi again,

The ref is the wall or stair well dimensions.

So if there’s an outside wall and the stair turns left the outer wall is on the right.

cheers,

Ness

May 12, 2015
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Ness said
Hi again,

Sorry, here’s the new stair model.

mogens01v01-3d01-1.jpgImage Enlarger

In this case the last step can not be forwards of the first flight outer string.

01v01swp-1.jpgImage Enlarger

 

All the best,

Ness

Ness said
Hi again,

Sorry, here’s the new stair model.

mogens01v01-3d01-1.jpgImage Enlarger

In this case the last step can not be forwards of the first flight outer string.

01v01swp-1.jpgImage Enlarger

 

All the best,

Ness

hi again

why is  the reference setting; “right”??

i just wonder. the stair turn left!

Ness said
Hello Morgens,

Here is a model for you stair:

mogens01v01-3d01.jpgImage Enlarger

note that the first step can not be behind the outer face of the second string, so you have to adjust the length of the first flight accordingly

This means that the length of the first flight must be equal or greater that the width of the second:

01v01swp.jpgImage Enlarger

All the best,

Ness

hi ness

Ness said
Hello Morgens,

Here is a model for you stair:

mogens01v01-3d01.jpgImage Enlarger

note that the first step can not be behind the outer face of the second string, so you have to adjust the length of the first flight accordingly

This means that the length of the first flight must be equal or greater that the width of the second:

01v01swp.jpgImage Enlarger

All the best,

Ness

hi ness

it should end up with 1/4-turn at the top off stair

 

May 12, 2015
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Hi again,

Sorry, here’s the new stair model.

mogens01v01-3d01-1.jpgImage Enlarger

In this case the last step can not be forwards of the first flight outer string.

01v01swp-1.jpgImage Enlarger

 

All the best,

Ness

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Ness said
Hello Morgens,

Here is a model for you stair:

mogens01v01-3d01.jpgImage Enlarger

note that the first step can not be behind the outer face of the second string, so you have to adjust the length of the first flight accordingly

This means that the length of the first flight must be equal or greater that the width of the second:

01v01swp.jpgImage Enlarger

All the best,

Ness

hi ness

Ness said
Hello Morgens,

Here is a model for you stair:

mogens01v01-3d01.jpgImage Enlarger

note that the first step can not be behind the outer face of the second string, so you have to adjust the length of the first flight accordingly

This means that the length of the first flight must be equal or greater that the width of the second:

01v01swp.jpgImage Enlarger

All the best,

Ness

hi ness

it should end up with 1/4-turn at the top off stair

 

May 12, 2015
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Hello Morgens,

Here is a model for you stair:

mogens01v01-3d01.jpgImage Enlarger

note that the first step can not be behind the outer face of the second string, so you have to adjust the length of the first flight accordingly

This means that the length of the first flight must be equal or greater that the width of the second:

01v01swp.jpgImage Enlarger

All the best,

Ness

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hi

i have tried to make a staircase in stairdesigner 

it’s a narrow staircase, see attached cad-file.

stairdesigner can’t accept the measurement 

total Rise is 2565 mm and the length can be between 2500-2700 mm. The width is 695 mm and can’t be changed.

 

can you help?

 

mvh

Mogens

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