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kjskoog
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Stair design

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01-23-2006 08:49 AM
I am trying to figure out a way to design a stair that has 14 risers but the last 4 risers turn a total of 90 degrees. Any suggestions?

Kory Skoog
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sbrown
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Re: Stair design

01-23-2006 10:44 AM in reply to: kjskoog
If you mean an L shaped stair with a landing, you would just use 2 runs within the stair editor. If you need something more complex, just draw it out using the riser command, place all your risers where you want them, then draw the boundary lines. Note you want to start at the bot or the top as you draw them. If you post a sketch of the stair I maybe able to help better.
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Re: Stair design

01-24-2006 01:32 PM in reply to: kjskoog
Here is the stair design I am trying to do. Saved in .dwg format. Thank you

Kory Skoog
*David Haynes - Ideate
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Re: Stair design

01-24-2006 07:48 PM in reply to: kjskoog
Use Modeling>Stairs
Under the Stairs sketch Design Bar, use a combination of Boundary and Risers
to create the stair.
Boundaries are the sides of the stair.

Hope this helps.
David Haynes, AIA
Ideate, Inc.
www.ideateinc.com


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Here is the stair design I am trying to do. Saved in .dwg format. Thank you

Kory Skoog
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