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Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 3:14:10 PM | Stair Nosing

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Hi,

I made stair nosing profile which I'm using on the stair in the attached image.  I am also creating a bracket on the side of the stair.  The bracket is a generic faced based model that adheres ot side of stair stringer.  I duplicated the stair nosing to create this profile on the side.  This component and the stair have the same nose profile but for some reason the stair seams to change it slightly so they don't line up when I place the bracket.  Any idea why this might be?

 

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Robie

 



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Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 3:28:46 PM | Stair Nosing

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The problem is possibly where you think the nosing is measured from vs Revit.  Look again at your profile definition.


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Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 4:03:05 PM | Stair Nosing

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I should have mentioned I pulled the bracket component back so you could see the profile of stair nosing compared to the bracket.  You can see that the shape of the cove under the tread is different.  I swear that these are the same profile.  One is loaded as the stair nosing profile.  The other is loaded into the sweep in the stair bracket component.

 

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Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 4:04:41 PM | Stair Nosing

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Fri, Dec 2, 2016 at 2:01:57 PM | Stair Nosing

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Is the profile deeper than the thickness of the tread in the stair definition?  It looks like the profile is being truncated on the stair and not truncated when it is a sweep.  Something like this:  the sweep profile is 2 1/8" in overall height, and the stair tread thickness is only 2" (55mm for profile and only 50mm for depth of tread.)


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