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June 16, 2016 - 2:09 pm
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Hi,

Following our last telephone conversation and the adjustments made to your project, here are the modified manufacturing files.

Don’t hesitate to get back to me if you have any questions.

All the best,

Ness

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June 16, 2016 - 11:52 am
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Hi Joakim,

Here are your manufacturing files.

I have set back the step nosing housings 10mm and the step back edge 18mm. I have extended the the housings 8mm to the front and back to compensate for the rounded corner of the 16mm router bit.

However this only leaves of course, 2mm of the nosing covering the empty part of the housing, I hope this is enough for you.

Tell me if you need adjustments.

I have set up the layer names as required.

Note that you’ll have to add the assembly details in CAD or WoodWop.

All the best,

Ness

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June 14, 2016 - 8:39 am
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Thanks for the files. Made some small changes on the inside corners. We will use that file unless you notice something bad. Not 100 percent sure on assembly but we will try it out.

We use a 16mm bit. 10mm front extended pocket(less for profiled stepnose) and 18mm rear.

Layernames we could use if you have time to set it up.

step

Base panel = Werkstk_40Aufmass10Versatz5

OUTLINE = V_Fraes_-3T102L

RISER_GROOVING = F_Tasche_10_T102

BACK_STEP = V_Saeg2_43_T145

Stringer

Base panel = Werkstk_40Aufmass10Versatz5

OUTLINE = V_Fraes_-3T103L

step notch = F_Tasche_17_T102

riser notch = F_Tasche_17_T102

Regards,

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June 13, 2016 - 8:39 pm
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Hi Joakim,

Here’s a StairDesigner 6 project set up to your specifications.

I need more information on you machine set up and the exact layer names required to set up the DXF output to import directly with auto-tooling into WoodWop DXF.

Can you check through the attached project and tell me if this suits your needs.

If it’s ok I can process and send you the DXF files.

Just tell me the diameter of the router bit being used for the step housings so that I can extend the pockets.

If you want me to set up the layer names for Wood Wop please send me the technical information on the required syntax.

When checking the project file, please be careful as we can only process once and will charge you and extra StairFile for a second set of manufacturing documents.

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June 13, 2016 - 4:42 pm
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Hi Joakim, apologies if there is a delay in replying. Ness is doing on site training all day today and tomorrow.

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Hi,

Please tell me if you need more info. If there is a lot of set up time for woodwop layernames we could try that next time.

Regars,

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June 10, 2016 - 8:08 am
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stringer thickness (they are actually 50mm you might want them a bit thicker for this type of stair)

Stringer thickness 40mm. This may be thin but will probably be thickend on site for the inside stringers.

spindle/baluster section

Handrail dimensions is not 100 percent decided yet. Could you set up something “normal” and we can adjust the dxf files later?
Attached picture of what we often use but probably not in this case.

assembly details for string/handrail to stringers (mortise & tenon or other, I would suggest bolt and dowel)

We prefer dowels and bolts.

front and rear offset value for the step housings.

10mm front and 18mm rear.

distance of newel tops from handrails (to allow for the newel caps)

160mm handrail to top. 160mm string to bottom for newel between flight 2 and 3.

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June 9, 2016 - 2:30 pm
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Hi Joakim,

No problem to set up your stair as required, however can you give me:

  • stringer thickness (they are actually 50mm you might want them a bit thicker for this type of stair)
  • spindle/baluster section
  • assembly details for string/handrail to stringers (mortise & tenon or other, I would suggest bolt and dowel)
  • front and rear offset value for the step housings
  • distance of newel tops from handrails (to allow for the newel caps)

All the best,

Ness

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June 8, 2016 - 5:00 pm
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Hi,

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hanks, we will build it as you suggested. Could you set it up the way you think is best and with 120×120 newels with 10mm offset into the stair? (drawing)

I appreciate your tip to use the 5 axis on the risers instead of stringers as well. Is this to siplify programming? We have used cnc for about a year so we are still beginners.

regards,

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June 8, 2016 - 12:47 pm
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Hi Joakim,

Thanks for the photos and information. As I said, it would be better for your stair to model it in StairDesigner 6 as the length of the housings in the DXF files are can be modified.

Can you look at the StairDesigner v6 model that I attach to this post and tell me if it suits your needs.

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It’s not possible to set up a double stringer in StairDesigner so the outer stringer will have to be added afterwards.

On the other hand it’s possible to add the handrails and strings to the existing stair:

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In your case I would build the stair like this.

All the best,

Ness

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