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Michel

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December 31, 2017 - 3:48 pm
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Hi Freddy,

Attached your documents. Be aware that if I have to manufacture the stair then use risers with a 11.5mm thickness as this is what I use for risers. This is a veneer riser on mpx base.

I will have your quote send soon for this manufacturing

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making of all the parts and cnc processing

sanding the parts

not preassembled nor finished 

regards

Michel

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December 31, 2017 - 2:33 pm
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Hi Michel,

That will then be the next project.
Can I get the work files and the dxf files from the current project?
In the first place, I want to carefully measure and check everything again.
I hope everything is already a bit more accurate and fits.

Greetings and a nice end of year party

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December 31, 2017 - 12:50 pm
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Hi Freddy,

This is not possible in stairdesigner. The only way to make this is creating an extra stair with fitting dimensions to add in the build.

You can put them together in a cad program to see the results but you can not make it as one stair in stairdesigner. Also in most of the stairprograms even the expensive ones this is not always possible. 

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Michel

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December 31, 2017 - 10:57 am
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How can i put a second flight with 3 steps on a landing that already have a flight . (See image)

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December 28, 2017 - 8:32 am
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Hi Freddy,

Just to be clear. When using a traditional setup with a visible stringer means that the shape of the concrete stair needs to be cut out below the wooden step and behing the risers. See picture. So a penetration of 42mm which is the complete width of the stringer will just weaken the structure. 15mm is enough. You need the width of the stringer to attach the steps with screws so it needs to be strong.

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About the 97mm.  On your stair the stringers are different. If you give them the same width and type sd7 will make them one stringer. You can then set the height you wish in this case 70mm . I suppose most of below the landing will have to be cut due to the concrete. I also changed some other parameters and stringers to make it fit better. I added a small video so please check 

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Michel

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December 27, 2017 - 11:12 pm
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Hi Michel,

I had done the high offset above the noses to have enough space for lighting (spots) to be built.

I added the 97mm offset to the stinger because the stinger did not match the riser under the landing.

The left stinger (outside) I had set to 42 mm penetration because the concrete staircase is anchored in the wall so that the noses and risers of the stairs were under the outer (left) stinger. The part of the stinger next to the noses and under the noses should leave. Or is there another way of implementation.

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Freddy

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December 27, 2017 - 5:55 pm
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Hi Freddy,

the website has been updated. You can now download the newest version

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December 27, 2017 - 5:37 pm
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Hi Michel,

When i download Stairdesigner on wooddesigner.org i get always 7.05 and not 7.05A. Is there some place to get the right version?

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Freddy

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December 27, 2017 - 5:13 pm
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Hi Freddy,

Dutch is not allowed on the forum as all members must be able to read the posts so please switch back to English 😉

You need to download the most recent version 7.05A to be able to open the file 

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Michel

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December 27, 2017 - 3:09 pm
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Dag Michel,

Nederlands toch net iets makkelijker om te communiceren. Bedank voor je advies.

Ik heb tot nu toe “engels” gebruikt, ik wist niet dat nederlands toegelaten was.

Ik heb je bestand gedownload maar kan het niet openen met de demo versie 7.05

Melding : “The file was created with a more recent software version”.

 

Dank en vriendelijke groeten,

Freddy

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