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Sun, Mar 29, 2020 at 2:57:50 AM | Organic Curved Stairs

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Im having an issue creating a stair for a remodel project. The treads have irregular curved treads which get more curved towards the bottom.

 

Im using the sketch function but keep getting an error notice.

 

Please see attached screen image and the image of the actual stairs.

 

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Sun, Mar 29, 2020 at 7:08:42 PM | Organic Curved Stairs

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You don't say much about the error.  These are sometimes very tricky.

I think the bootom tread on the right is incorrect The complete curve of the tread on the end should be tread, not green - stringer.


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Sun, Mar 29, 2020 at 7:29:17 PM | Organic Curved Stairs

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Sorry about that.

 

The error notice says "Invalid sketch, can't create run by this sketch."

 

See attached. Im using revit 2018.



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Sun, Mar 29, 2020 at 9:02:26 PM | Organic Curved Stairs

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It works for me with bottom tread being tread or riser.

Revit sometimes doesn’t like some curves or combination of curves, so it might not work in your particular case with some slightly different treads layout than mine. It would be helpful for us to troubleshoot if we have your stair. If you’re unable to exit the stair command, in the stair sketch mode, copy your stair lines to clipboard, exist stair command and paste the lines and then upload that for us (rvt file).

Also, double/triple check if your sketch lines don’t have any gaps or overlaps.



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Wed, Apr 1, 2020 at 2:18:34 AM | Organic Curved Stairs

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Youre right. I thought I had tweaked the tread and boundary layout as much as I could but I kept adjusting and got it to work.

 

Thanks for the help!


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