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Stairdesign measures
February 9, 2018
2:55 pm
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Bonjour Guilik,

Here are your manufacturing files.

As you have used StairDesigner 6 you’ll have to tweak a bit the left strings shapes to get a correct alignment of the joints.

If you use StairDesigner 7 for your next projects you can do this directly in StairDesigner. You’ll also find it easier to adjust the general parameters of the stair in v7.

Good luck for the build and keep us updated as to how it goes.

All the best,

Ness

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February 9, 2018
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Hi Guilik,

I would suggest that you make some modifications to you design.

– add a landing step

– reduce the number of steps to increase going

– reduce step and riser penetration to 15

– delete string penetration to post

– add posts

– adjust the winders to get a better flow and string shapes

– extend strings at start and end of stair 

I attach the stair with my suggested changes.

best regards,

Ness  

Thank You, Now its seems alright.

Can You send us the measurements and I can start build itsmile

February 9, 2018
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Hi Guilik,

I would suggest that you make some modifications to you design.

– add a landing step

– reduce the number of steps to increase going

– reduce step and riser penetration to 15

– delete string penetration to post

– add posts

– adjust the winders to get a better flow and string shapes

– extend strings at start and end of stair 

I attach the stair with my suggested changes.

best regards,

Ness

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February 8, 2018
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Does it seem alright now? We need measurements for building the stair. Have payed premium membership

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