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monolithic stairs: joining to walls and slabs

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03-17-2009 10:10 PM
What is a good way to finish up the monolithic stairs?

- How can I join the top tread to the upper floor slab? (red circle in attached sketch)

- And is there a way to join the CIP monolithic stairs to the CIP walls? (blue circles)
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Re: monolithic stairs: joining to walls and slabs

03-18-2009 04:17 AM in reply to: saipanda
Hi,

We had the sam requirement and I didn't find any way to get the required result. SO, there is a workaround to get that; we need to terminate our stair by Landing and not by Tread/Riser. I made a video tutorial for my users here, if you want the same just send me your Email Address and I will Email you that video.

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Sivate Hussain
Satellier Inc.
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Re: monolithic stairs: joining to walls and slabs

03-18-2009 05:12 AM in reply to: saipanda
Stairs and Walls to not join, but there are several work arounds. First, where ever there is a meeting between walls and stairs you can use a Masking Region with Invisible lines to clean up the connection and in the case of the last Riser/Tread meeting the floor or landing add another riser to the run by selecting the Blue line in the middle of the stair in Sketch mode and drag the end grip to extend and add a tread.

The unfortunate part of all this is the masking regions must be placed in all views (Elevations and Sections) that display these connections. See attached.

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Re: monolithic stairs: joining to walls and slabs

03-18-2009 05:12 AM in reply to: saipanda
Stairs and Walls to not join, but there are several work arounds. First, where ever there is a meeting between walls and stairs you can use a Masking Region with Invisible lines to clean up the connection and in the case of the last Riser/Tread meeting the floor or landing add another riser to the run by selecting the Blue line in the middle of the stair in Sketch mode and drag the end grip to extend and add a tread.

The unfortunate part of all this is the masking regions must be placed in all views (Elevations and Sections) that display these connections. See attached.

Mel Persin, aia
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Re: monolithic stairs: joining to walls and slabs

03-18-2009 05:46 AM in reply to: saipanda
Please send video.
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Re: monolithic stairs: joining to walls and slabs

03-18-2009 10:36 PM in reply to: saipanda
I'd like to see your video - please email me!

kumanomimura@gmail.com


Thanks
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Re: monolithic stairs: joining to walls and slabs

05-08-2009 06:08 AM in reply to: saipanda
could you please email me the video as well
a.barnes@cr-architects.com
thanks, also anyone else having trouble with railings?
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Re: monolithic stairs: joining to walls and slabs

07-25-2012 03:13 AM in reply to: saipanda

Hi please send me the video, here's my email address: stanley.nwokoro@jesticowhiles.com

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Re: monolithic stairs: joining to walls and slabs

08-06-2013 03:33 AM in reply to: saipanda

Please send me the video to the following mail ID krishnakanth01@gmail.com

 

Thanks,

Krishna Kanth.

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Re: monolithic stairs: joining to walls and slabs

11-13-2013 03:55 AM in reply to: saipanda

Please send me the tutorial video : for stair slab connection issue

 

at

dipti.ukey@dargroup.com

 

Thanks,

Dipti

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