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Thu, Jan 20, 2005 at 5:05:52 PM | How can I create a split stair without multiple and separate stair components?

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I need to create a split "Grand Stair case" but I want to do it with one stair compoment and not several jimmyed together. I first modeled the stair as though it were a simple L-shape and then tried to edit it to get another run and set of risers for the second end of the T-shpae. No luck as i get an incorrect riser count and errors regarding run and bouindry configuration. Any hints out there? As it stands I am going to go ahead and model it with two of stair components, but there has to be a better way.

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Thu, Jan 20, 2005 at 11:11:46 PM | RE: How can I create a split stair without multiple and separate stair components?

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Unfortunately there is no way of currently doing this as one stair, due to the nature of the stair sketch only allowing 2 groups of boundary lines (in this case there are 3). Personally i'd model it as three stairs rather than 2 as you may find some funny things happening at the structure of the landing which you might not want.

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Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 8:30:54 AM | How can I create a split stair without multiple and separate stair components?

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I face the same problem for the proposal of a multi-flight stair, I refered here and tried to follow the instructions to have every flight as single stair. But it seems to me real hard to solve the riser heights, landing levels etc, because i had to offer multiple offerings and the levels and number of flights might change.

So i tried to figure out another solution, and i wanna share it here. Me seems it is better to cut the stair on the main mirror axis line and make only two twin stairs for every proposal case. Concerning the stringers (of non-monolithic stairs), I make two twin stair styles to apply on these twin pair of stairs, as one style lacks left stringer and the other style the right. The only problem seems to be the mirroring line visible in between two separate stairs, which is not a big burden for me.

Attached are only 4 different proposals of apprx 10 total. 

 note: the project is in Libya.



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Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 8:38:42 AM | How can I create a split stair without multiple and separate stair components?

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I couldnt manage to send all 4 in on message so this is the other two proposals



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Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 4:20:04 PM | architurk

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Quoting architurk from 2008-04-02 03:30:54

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I face the same problem for the proposal of a multi-flight stair, I refered here and tried to follow the instructions to have every flight as single stair. But it seems to me real hard to solve the riser heights, landing levels etc, because i had to offer multiple offerings and the levels and number of flights might change.

So i tried to figure out another solution, and i wanna share it here. Me seems it is better to cut the stair on the main mirror axis line and make only two twin stairs for every proposal case. Concerning the stringers (of non-monolithic stairs), I make two twin stair styles to apply on these twin pair of stairs, as one style lacks left stringer and the other style the right. The only problem seems to be the mirroring line visible in between two separate stairs, which is not a big burden for me.

Attached are only 4 different proposals of apprx 10 total. 

 note: the project is in Libya.

Edited on: Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 6:49:59 AM"

And you are a Genius!

i have 2012 version which doesnt support the component method yet. And your solution is the easiest and fastest by far!


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Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 11:32:53 AM | How can I create a split stair without multiple and separate stair components?

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Great solution!


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