RevitCity.com Logo

Home  |  Forums  |  Downloads  |  Gallery  |  News & Articles  |  Resources  |  Jobs  |  FAQ  |  SearchSearch  |  Join  |  LoginLogin

Welcome !

192 Users Online (73 Members): Show Users Online - Most ever was 626 - Mon, Jan 12, 2015 at 2:00:17 PM

 

Forums

Forums >> Community >> Newbies >> Stair Stringer Question

Search this ThreadSearch this Thread | Page 1 of 1 |

Tue, Jul 25, 2017 at 9:57:44 PM | Stair Stringer Question

#1

lemongirl21


active

Joined: Wed, Feb 24, 2016
0 Posts
No Rating


Is there a way to control the dimension between the end of a stair stringer to the nosing? I hoping to set a 2 1/2" offset from the nosing to the end of the stringer. 


This user is offline

 

Wed, Jul 26, 2017 at 1:19:19 PM | Stair Stringer Question

#2

Beaucoupnice


active
Beaucoupnice Avatar

Joined: Mon, Nov 19, 2007
93 Posts
3.5 Stars: 6 Votes


I answered a stair stringer query in this link below before. Does that help you?

https://www.revitcity.com/forums.php?action=viewthread&thread_id=41209

 


-----------------------------------

__________I'm the guy they come to when they didn't follow my recommended workflows.__________

This user is offline

 

Wed, Jul 26, 2017 at 2:12:37 PM | Stair Stringer Question

#3

lemongirl21


active

Joined: Wed, Feb 24, 2016
0 Posts
No Rating


Not really, I did try hitting the tap key and then going to Edit Type. I was hoping to have a controlled distance between the nosing and end of the stair tread of 2 1/2". I have a picture attached of the dimensions at the moment, however the dimension seems to change from stair to stair in the project, usually on landings if that makes a difference.  



Attached Images

155214_StairDimension.JPG

This user is offline

 

Thu, Jul 27, 2017 at 2:09:25 PM | Stair Stringer Question

#4

blue442


active
blue442 Avatar

Joined: Tue, Aug 25, 2009
0 Posts
5 Stars: 1 Votes


interestingly mine always are aligned... I have no idea how you got yours’s set to 4".

 

I would very much like to know how to adjust it as well - as I thought there was no adjustability in it.  For reverence, i am using 2018 currently.



Attached Images

155226_stairtest.jpg

This user is offline

View Website

Fri, Jul 28, 2017 at 1:34:05 PM | Stair Stringer Question

#5

Beaucoupnice


active
Beaucoupnice Avatar

Joined: Mon, Nov 19, 2007
93 Posts
3.5 Stars: 6 Votes


Is it "Stringer Carriage Height" parameter you are after?

You may find to stair system family is not the correct one and you may need to start it from scratch.


-----------------------------------

__________I'm the guy they come to when they didn't follow my recommended workflows.__________

This user is offline

 

Fri, Jul 28, 2017 at 2:40:27 PM | Stair Stringer Question

#6

blue442


active
blue442 Avatar

Joined: Tue, Aug 25, 2009
0 Posts
5 Stars: 1 Votes


Stringer Carriage Height has been renamed in 2018.  It is now called "Structural Depth".  It does the same thing - changes the height offset from the bottom of the stringer to the bottom of the riser.  Not the Face of the Nosing to the Face of where the stringer is cut.  That is what we wanted to change.

This is really backwards anyway.  We always use an offset on the top and have to calculate the right number based on the angle.  We hold it down from the top 2 1/2" instead of working from the bottom up.

 

See attached, i've circled the part we have always wanted to modify.

 

 



Attached Images

155247_Stringer_setting.jpg

This user is offline

View Website

Fri, Jul 28, 2017 at 3:49:32 PM | Stair Stringer Question

#7

lemongirl21


active

Joined: Wed, Feb 24, 2016
0 Posts
No Rating


Although how to change the stringer carrage height is useful I want to know if the cut off end of the stringer to the nosing of the stair. I have attached another image to make this more clear: Can I control the dimension from point A to point B? Point A being the end of the nosing of the stair and Point B being the end of the strigner. I'm not sure how else to communitcate this. 



Attached Images

155249_StairDimensionTake2.jpg

This user is offline

 

Fri, Jul 28, 2017 at 6:25:24 PM | Stair Stringer Question

#8

lemongirl21


active

Joined: Wed, Feb 24, 2016
0 Posts
No Rating


Although how to change the stringer carrage height is useful I want to know if the cut off end of the stringer to the nosing of the stair. I have attached another image to make this more clear: Can I control the dimension from point A to point B? Point A being the end of the nosing of the stair and Point B being the end of the strigner. I'm not sure how else to communitcate this. 



Attached Images

155254_StairDimensionTake2.jpg

This user is offline

 

Fri, Jul 28, 2017 at 9:01:08 PM | Stair Stringer Question

#9

lemongirl21


active

Joined: Wed, Feb 24, 2016
0 Posts
No Rating


Although how to change the stringer carrage height is useful I want to know if the cut off end of the stringer to the nosing of the stair. I have attached another image to make this more clear: Can I control the dimension from point A to point B? Point A being the end of the nosing of the stair and Point B being the end of the strigner. I'm not sure how else to communitcate this. 



Attached Images

155255_StairDimensionTake2.jpg

This user is offline

 

Search this ThreadSearch this Thread | Page 1 of 1 |



Similar Threads

Thread/Thread Starter

Forum

Last Post

Replies

Stringer in Stair by Run: Problem with offset

Revit Building >> Technical Support

Wed, May 7, 2014 at 12:44:18 AM

3

Monolithic Stair with Stringer

Revit Building >> Technical Support

Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 3:43:24 PM

1

Stair - end riser flush with stringer

Revit Building >> Technical Support

Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 11:57:58 AM

1

stair stringer control question

Revit Building >> Technical Support

Wed, Oct 3, 2007 at 2:56:28 AM

0

Stair Stringer Offset

Revit Building >> Technical Support

Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 7:20:56 PM

5

Site Stats

Members:

1690621

Objects:

22215

Forum Posts:

151746

Job Listings:

3

Sponsored Ads

Home | Forums | Downloads | Gallery | News & Articles | Resources | Jobs | Search | Advertise | About RevitCity.com | Link To Us | Site Map | Member List | Firm List | Contact Us

Copyright 2003-2010 Pierced Media LC, a design company. All Rights Reserved.

Page generation time: 0.4058

Login

User Name:

Password:

Remember Me  

Forgot Password?

Search Forums

Advanced Search

Search Forums

Advanced Search


Clear Highlights


Clear Highlights