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Stairdesigner 7 step shaping
May 24, 2017
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Stefan

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Hi Hasse, the key features we are waiting for are central cut stringers, headroom control, curved step nosing and better management of metal stringers. We don’t have an exact schedule for that I’m afraid. All the best, Stefan

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May 23, 2017
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michel melon
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Hi Hasse

Stefan or Ness can answer this question better then me. So They will revert shortly to you.

What I can say is that sd7 is currently not so versatile as v6 but also has features and workings v6 does not have. In my opinion sd7 is allready better than v6. There are very regular updates and we give constant technical input to the programmers to fine tune the software and make it better every day.  

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Michel

May 23, 2017
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And in what future are you planing to get sd7 complete?

May 22, 2017
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Hi Hasse

there is no current stepshaping in sd7 but it is the goal to get all v6 features added in sd7 and even improved. 

about the penetration in newels you can. Just click  on links in the properties and choose steps/newel post link.

There you can enter parameters like penetration and several recess options . 

This applies to all steps in the stair 

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in the top menu you can choose libraries where you can setup manufacturing methods and submethods. This allows you to predefine stairparameters according to the several building options you have. 

There is currently no manual for sd7 but I suppose this will be created once the version becomes complete. If it  is not the case I am sure Ness will give his input on it ;-))

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Michel

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May 22, 2017
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Is there any manual for stairdes 7 yet?

May 22, 2017
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Can I change first step shaping in stairdes 7 as I can in stairdes 6?

If I want steppenetration in all newelposts, can I click on only one Place? Were?

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