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Michel

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January 21, 2023 - 11:01 am
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Hi Tamas,

 

here is your stairfile

 

regards

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January 21, 2023 - 8:00 am
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Hi !

Below i uploaded the final verion of the stair.

please provide the stair file for that.

Thank you,and also thanks for your help.

Regards Attila.

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January 20, 2023 - 8:41 am
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Hi Tamas,

 

No !! I am sorry. Just to get the correct one please add  the version you want me to provide you the file for and I will asap 

 

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Michel

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January 20, 2023 - 7:58 am
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Hi Michel! 

Sorry for my impatience, but can i ask you to send the stair file?

Thanks. 

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January 18, 2023 - 7:57 pm
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Hi!

I downloaded nanocad ,and i hope it wil ease my work. 

I think there is nothing more,so please send me the stair file,

thanks

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January 17, 2023 - 6:53 pm
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Hi Tamas,

 

Working with the DXF will allow you to add all needed measurements you need and save you a lot of work. You can edit them at the same time to fit the metal cutstring you want to use. A free cad version you can download is Nanocad free.  This is a functional 2D Cad software that allows you more than you need to perform your work.

https://nanocad.com/products/n…..ocad-free/

 

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Michel 

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January 17, 2023 - 6:07 pm
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Hi Michel!

First ofal,thanks for the advice. I did nt mentioned that i did not shortened the stair because i have a door in front 90×200 at 47 cm from the left wall ,and i wont be able to use it if i will shorten the stair.So i think there is no other way it have to staz like this.

I corrigate the offset of the cutstrings at 37,5 to be in the middle of the stair.

i will upload some files ,from the previous stair,to show you why it whas hard for me to work with that.

i recieved the dxf files also but the wiever showed me the same parameters. I have to mention that i dont have automatic cnc machine ,i do manual everythng.

So i worked from the pdf files,and everzthing whas ok except the cutstrings ,i had to calculate every tread and riser.

bellow i will upload the modified stair ,and if you think also that if i shorten the stair it will cover the door ,than it stays like this.

I will upload also the pdf with the cutstrings i used last time.

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January 17, 2023 - 7:11 am
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Hi Tamas 

 

We need to be sure of that as the passage for the headroom is still 1810mm. I did not see any shortening of the first flight to improve that. You can shorten it by 500mm to get a clear passage of 2010, and the stair would still comply with a comfortable stair rule. If you want to keep it as is, please confirm.

Another thing I just saw is the offset of the cutstring. To be exactly in the middle, you need a 375 offset instead of 400.

 

Can you advise what part of the documents you used in the earlier stairfile and what you did as you got all possible files to create the stair?

Sorry for asking all of this, but I like to have a solid and workable design that you would not have to regret afterwards.

Regards

Michel 

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January 16, 2023 - 7:40 pm
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Hi!

Thank you for your help,i ts great how you designed the walls!

I think its all done ,if you could please give me the stair file,thank you!

One last question. Last time i recieved the stasir file ,but i worked a lot with the cutstrings to calculater the steps on it..is there a way to mention the dimensions of the risers and the treads on the cutstrings ?

Best regards Attila!

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January 16, 2023 - 3:18 pm
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Hi,

 

Yes, this is possible. However, Stairdesigner has not been developed to do this. You can use the most versatile part ( intermediate newel) from the opposite side (wall left uses a newel from the right side) and reposition it. In this case, set a rectangular base and top height + a texture to mimic a wall. 

 

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Michel 

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