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Hello, I need help creating this specific balaced stair in chief architect premier x12. 

The only thing i could think of was to manually create every step from slabs. I still need to corect some steps from plan view but at least the height and length are good - now how can i add the rails on the inside and outside walls?

 

Or maybe is wrongfully thought from the start; what is the simplest, smartest way to create this type of stairs?

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6 hours ago, edos301 said:

this type of stairs?

Should've done these stairs using shaped landings.

Since you've come this far with the manual method you could either draw your railing with the 3d molding tool or convert your slabs to plain polyline and back to landings. You will need to connect one stair section to be able to better control your stair railing, riser, tired etc. Information 

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BTW, the drawing does not seem to meet the IRC code of 10" min tread depth at walkline, 3/8" tread depth variation and 6" min tread depth on inside edge.

 

R311.7.5.2.1 Winder treads. Winder treads shall
have a tread depth of not less than 10 inches (254
mm) measured between the vertical planes of the

foremost projection of adjacent treads at the intersections
with the walkline. Winder treads shall have a
tread depth of not less than 6 inches (152 mm) at any
point within the clear width of the stair. Within any
flight of stairs, the largest winder tread depth at the
walkline shall not exceed the smallest winder tread
by more than 3/8 inch (9.5 mm). Consistently shaped
winders at the walkline shall be allowed within the
same flight of stairs as rectangular treads and shall
not be required to be within 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) of the
rectangular tread depth.

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