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    Riser in Stair Landing

    How is everyone else doing this? Is the only option to draw the stairs, then modify the sketch to add the riser in the landing?
    Dan

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    Originally posted by dzatto View Post
    How is everyone else doing this? Is the only option to draw the stairs, then modify the sketch to add the riser in the landing?
    Thats how i do it. I cant believe autodesks answer was to add stair category to model in place. Stairs still suck.
    There are no stupid questions, only stupid people

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      #3
      I model the stair using the stair tool, then use a sweep in place to replace it (using the profile created by the stair tool as the basis) this way I dont have to spend ages calculating and laying out the risers and goings

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        #4
        Originally posted by Karalon10 View Post
        I model the stair using the stair tool, then use a sweep in place to replace it (using the profile created by the stair tool as the basis) this way I dont have to spend ages calculating and laying out the risers and goings
        How would you go with that method for multi level stairs? I have one project with two towers, 1x72 and 1x54 storeys. Plenty of transition levels of differing heights...and component stairs get me 50% happier than before, but mid landing stairs a still a major pain.
        There are no stupid questions, only stupid people

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          #5
          Actually, just modeling the stairs by sketch was easier. I don't have to create by component. Then convert. Then edit sketch. I just sketched the whole damn thing. lol
          Dan

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            #6
            Agreed. Can't believe this is still impossible with the annual 'improvements' to the stair tools...

            Best I can get out of the 'Stair by Component' tool is as attached.

            The only way to get a single riser on a landing is to convert to 'Stair by Sketch' - and then the thickness/underside of the landing goes all funky.



            Stair 1.PNG Stair 2.PNG


            How they can't get simple things like this resolved year after year I will never understand.

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