GintOtis

easier stair rail question

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So, how is this solid rail w/cap really done?

 

this is if the wall segment is an attic wall... (ceiling good, cap gone)

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and, this is if it's a railing... (cap now there, but...)

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thanks for pointing me to any post that gets into this.

 

 

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12 minutes ago, GintOtis said:

So, how is this solid rail w/cap really done?

 

this is if the wall segment is an attic wall... (ceiling good, cap gone)

500960374_nocapatstair.thumb.JPG.3514407fcfa67f6b5ece5f39272d216f.JPG

 

and, this is if it's a railing... (cap now there, but...)

1627194555_asatticwall.thumb.JPG.e6ed8213df13e2b9ca556d1d9ecea90b.JPG

 

thanks for pointing me to any post that gets into this.

 

 

In this case, the best help will come if you can post the plan file.

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Not exactly clear of what the situation is.  More detail and better yet a .plan file would get you more help.

 

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3 hours ago, GintOtis said:

this is if the wall segment is an attic wall... (ceiling good, cap gone)

500960374_nocapatstair.thumb.JPG.3514407fcfa67f6b5ece5f39272d216f.JPG

These kinds of stair rail things can be extraordinarily fickle, but if I were you I would just take the easy route in this example where you are only missing the cap and make a poly solid cap which would take all of 20 seconds.

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