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Hi Cadtutor Users,

i'm from Italy and i'm new on AutoCad. i wana design Stair but i don't know how i can design stair in AutoCad, maybe i hv to instal any software ? please also tell me which software is useing this guy

please help me and thanks in advance of intelligent guys

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SLW210

Are you wanting to do this in 3D? What type of stairs?

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tabassum

yes 3d and i want to quote it. same like in this video ??

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Cad64

Well, I can't understand most of what's written on that page, or anything being said in that video, but even I can figure out that he's using Advance Steel to create those stairs.

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SLW210

Me no can view YouTube at work.

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tabassum

thanks you so much,I appreciate it

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ReMark

There are lisp routines that will draw stairs in 2D. From there it would be just a short hop to generating a set of stairs in 3D or at least I think so.

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Cad64

You don't need a plug in. The plug in just automates the process.

You can design stairs in Autocad without any other 3rd party software.

 

How much experience do you have with Autocad?

How much experience do you have working in 3D?

How much experience do you have designing stairs?

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tabassum

i'm using Autocad from 1 year but unfortuntly i don't have any experience in 3d. my wish to design stairs please any advise for me ??

You don't need a plug in. The plug in just automates the process.

You can design stairs in Autocad without any other 3rd party software.

 

How much experience do you have with Autocad?

How much experience do you have working in 3D?

How much experience do you have designing stairs?

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tabassum

i'm glad to hear that stair can make in 2d. is there available any tutorial to making stairs in 2d with lisp. ??

There are lisp routines that will draw stairs in 2D. From there it would be just a short hop to generating a set of stairs in 3D or at least I think so.

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sureshkumarks1

in above video where i can get it?i mean the stair tool bar and others.

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DANIEL
StairSec.lsp available at the CADalyst magazine website in the CAD Tips section.

 

http://cadtips.cadalyst.com/misc-user-tools/tip-2302-draw-stair-sections

 

Another option is this lisp routine found over at The Swamp.

 

http://www.theswamp.org/index.php?topic=37427.0

 

 

thanks for posting that remark, i'll have to check these out and see if they work with the way we do our stairs here.

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duyuanxin

CadWorx have a ladder modules, you can directly draw the ladder according to your needs in 3D model.:)

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ReMark

I'm not sure everyone is going to run right out and buy CadWorx just to have the ability to draw stairs unless a lot of their work involves stair design.

Edited by ReMark

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nestly

I believe Cadworx is an addon to Autocad, not unlike the way MEP is an "addon" to AutoCAD.

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marko_ribar

I've just finished my versions of different stair types among which is also 3dspiralstair.lsp, 3dIstair.lsp, 3dIIstair.lsp, 3dLstair.lsp and 3dUstair.lsp...

 

Check it here...

http://www.theswamp.org/index.php?topic=48327.0

 

(You have to be a member to access page and download useful lisp routines...)

 

M.R. (arch.)

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