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Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 10:31:31 AM | PRECAST STAIR BEGIN WITH RISER LOOKS INCORRECT ON PLAN

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Hi

im using a precast stair in revit 2015 and selected begin with riser to show how the stair would look in section (where your landing is your last riser/tread). But when you look at the floor plan it gives the impression of an extra riser and my worry is, in 3d or sections the stair is correct but on plan its affects the landing space with the illusion of an extra riser. if i were to export the plans to autocad for building control for construction purposes, i would have to change each stair on plan and remove these lines.

my question is....can i edit this in revit so the stair looks correct on plan view without having to create an additional note to my drawings such as; SEE ALL STAIRS IN SECTION

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Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 12:53:29 PM | PRECAST STAIR BEGIN WITH RISER LOOKS INCORRECT ON PLAN

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You obviously see what's wrong but we don't because you don't point it out.   When you post images, you should add some text and pointers so we can see what you are talking about.

 

Begin with a riser should typically not give you a problem but begin with a tread will.  If you don't want that tread line in plan use the linework tool.


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Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 3:00:12 PM | PRECAST STAIR BEGIN WITH RISER LOOKS INCORRECT ON PLAN

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sorry that wasnt the best example to show you.

see new print screens of diferent area with text and dimensions

 



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Fri, Sep 2, 2016 at 12:03:03 PM | PRECAST STAIR BEGIN WITH RISER LOOKS INCORRECT ON PLAN

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GOT IT!

If you look at the stair in section and select the individual stair run, select 'beigin with riser' and 'end with riser'. iN our second run  select 'begin with riser' only. You will need to reduce your stair by a riser now that your landing has created a riser.

 

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