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    How to detach parts of the stair

    Hi everyone, I recently working in a project and I have some issues with stair, cast in place concrete stair for more info.
    The local buiding method is a little bit old-fashion, here they not mold a complete form of the stair. they just mold a kind of slab ( slanted slab) and then using brick to build the step. the slab is support by the adjacent wall and by itself. The problem is, the stair tool in revit does not have that type of stair construction so I have to figure out another way to do it in revit.
    Can anyone tell me how to detach those parts of the stair. So I could manually adjust each one of those?
    I have model the stair that i want in sketchup, so it could be easier for you guy to imagine.
    Thanks.

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    https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/revit...314057#M159972

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      #3
      Still me, bethanhthuan, I posted this on both forums, hoping more people can see it. Anyway, I'm following your direction, still have some issue, but thanks alot.

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        #4
        Model it as it's built. You could use sloping floors and place a stair on top of it to represent the brickwork.
        There are no stupid questions, only stupid people

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          #5
          I would model this as an in-situ component (Sweep) (or I Suppose you could do it in a component family and just import it) But I wouldn't bother too much trying to get it to flex as it would be a PITA to do.

          Each extrusion profile can have it's own material, so thats pretty easy - you would just have to plan out your treads risers and goings first

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            #6
            that was a method that I use in the first place. it would be ok if there are just a few stairs, but if not, doesn'nt it too much to take? then, if I wan't to change the height of the levels, guess that i have to do it all again

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              #7
              Originally posted by Karalon10 View Post
              I would model this as an in-situ component (Sweep) (or I Suppose you could do it in a component family and just import it) But I wouldn't bother too much trying to get it to flex as it would be a PITA to do.

              Each extrusion profile can have it's own material, so thats pretty easy - you would just have to plan out your treads risers and goings first
              I don't understand much about what you say. Can you do a sample? that help a lot

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