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Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 11:03:24 PM | Floating Tread Stair

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I inherited a project with a modeled in place stair. When I looked at the stair I thought why would they model that in-place its so simple....or maybe not?

The stair in the attached images highlighted in Red is the existing model in place stair. I am pretty sure i have set up all the properties correct to mimic the stair which is basically a 12" stair depth with 3/4" overlap thus leaving 11 1/4" nosing to nosing depth.

Why dont my stairs align? what am I doing wrong?? 

There seems to be some difference in the way Revit is creating offsets of the treads that I am not catching, notice the Model in Place stair is 2" between treads and Revit Stair is 1 1/2"



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Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 11:08:29 PM | Floating Tread Stair

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Wow if that isnt user error if iver seen it....the Revit stair has 14 Treads.....Admin can remove this post 


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Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 11:17:58 PM | Floating Tread Stair

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Well spotted bruff.I think its worth highlighting that if something is modelled in a project and represents they design and construction intent with regards to geometric accuracy. Then don't touch it. The job is finishes. Move on to the next one. The stair tool is a great tool for creating basic stairs. But why spend valuable office time remodelling something thats already modelled.


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