Wood Designer forum
August 7, 2014
The pitch of these can never be the same due to the quarter turn. A solution here is to set the inner stringboard to a curved one. It will slightly curve the stringboard over its length and fall back in line with the other stringboard. There can be still a minor difference but this you can change with the editing. Here is a version with this solution
after yesterday’s advice I managed to solve the problem of the joints between the stringboards but now I have another problem: I set the ‘height of the upper floor to at 2860 ( which is the height of second floor ) but I noticed that the stringboards have the highest corner at two different heights ( respectively 2996.65 and 2885.09 ) so I’m afraid that the corners are coming out ofthe upper floor height. I would both the stringboards upper angle at the same heigt of the superior floor (2860) but if I modified the weight of the two sringboard’s upper angle the steps come out from the stringboard line on the left side. Someone can ceck and give me back his opinion?
thanks a lot!!
here the ling for ceck some photos where i explain my doubts