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Mon, Oct 25, 2004 at 10:29:10 PM | Connecting walls to stringers / hiding treads and risers

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If my question seems amatuer, it would be because I am relatively new to Revit. I have placed a few stairs in some of my projects and there are times that would like to attach a wall to the stringer. I have been drawing a reference plane along the stringer to which I attach the top of the wall. Now my question is: instead of attaching a wall to the stringer, how can I close off the stringer? I would like to place a ceiling or create something that runs perpendicular to the stringer that will hide the treads and risers from the underside. What suggestions do you have for me? Thanks

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Sat, Nov 6, 2004 at 3:22:04 PM | RE: Connecting walls to stringers / hiding treads and risers

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hi, i guess only way to do this is edit the wall in elevation... give it the elevation profile... anybody else? is there any way to attach the wall to any element expect for floors.. roofs.. grids?

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Tue, Nov 9, 2004 at 9:45:11 AM | RE: Connecting walls to stringers / hiding treads and risers

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I have had to produce a stair case with stud work underneth as proposed befor i just modifide the elevation profile of the wall to follow the the pitch of the stairs.

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Tue, Nov 9, 2004 at 4:30:22 PM | RE: Connecting walls to stringers / hiding treads and risers

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Create an elevation view looking at the side of the stair, sketch a reference plane along the bottom of the stair. You can attach the wall to the reference plane. If your stair turns you'd need to do this for each segment. About the same effort as editing the profile of the wall though...

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Fri, Nov 12, 2004 at 9:09:35 PM | RE: Connecting walls to stringers / hiding treads and risers

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Well, thanks for all the replys. I really appreciate your help. I guess that best way is to continuse using a reference plane and attaching the wall to it, or just editing the wall profile. If any of you find another way of doing it, please let me know.

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Thu, Nov 18, 2004 at 7:20:38 PM | RE: Connecting walls to stringers / hiding treads and risers

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Asfor what I thought you were asking at the beginning "Hiding the underside of the treads/risers......My best suggestionwould be a roof with the composition/finished reflecting that of a ceiling type thing. Just a hint, MEASURE the angle of the stringer BEFORE youstart....hehe...notthat I have experience with this or anything!

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