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Monolithic stair u-shaped

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07-10-2013 03:40 AM

I have made a stair by sketch, an u-shaped one. I do have som problems with the 3d modell. it will not show up correctly. I add som printscreens and you can see. You know what i have to do to fix this?

 

Rogner stair.png

Rogner stair 2.png

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doni49
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Re: Monolithic stair u-shaped

07-12-2013 11:38 AM in reply to: glenn.roar.hoye

The first thing that comes to mind is that the view is cropped.

 

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gh_ar
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Re: Monolithic stair u-shaped

07-12-2013 01:16 PM in reply to: glenn.roar.hoye

Hi
Use one of the following methods may be your problem.:

1 - Reduce the thickness of the stairs.

1.jpg
2 - in the landing areas, with separate Split.

2.jpg
3 - In the Type Properties and Type Properties dialog box, click Run type in new window Stepped put option on the Underside Surface.
 3.jpg

4-Monolithic type steps of change.

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Re: Monolithic stair u-shaped

01-08-2014 08:11 AM in reply to: gh_ar
Everyone should thank you so much!

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