A simple cad drawing for a staircase/frame for an apartment

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Description:
I need a quick/simple cad drawing for a staircase in an apartment. We are replacing the staircase and frame and we wanted to put the drawing into cad with the dimensions.
Wants:
I don't have this information yet. I am meeting with my dad tomorrow to get more of the dimensions etc.
Software:
  1. AutoCAD (open)
Additional Information
Attached is a sketch and some of the dimensions. These are the photos of the staircase. My dad and I are going to replace it but we just need a drawing to show and the wood panel in the back if you can add that on the drawing as well.

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#11 Staircase by Leve
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The CAD drawing of a simple wooden staircase.
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2014-12-11 14:11:19
#10 Wooden Staircase by Leve
A simple wooden staircase for apartments.
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2014-12-11 14:09:03
#9 staircase/frame for an apartment by Economcop
overall design for staircase, frame will be done separately if overall design satisfies the contractor. The measures are, of course, eligible for modification.
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2014-12-11 01:08:12
#7 STAIR by Muhammad Yodi S
This makes the pedestrian stairs very convenient because it has a shape that is very simple but elegant with excellent dimensional ...
sorry my language stiff, still learning
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2014-12-09 16:30:10
#6 staircase1 by MRM1
2014-12-07 21:27:19
#5 Staircase by robhare
Staircase
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2014-12-07 16:18:53
#4 Staircase,Open 2 Sides by zulfadzryl
2014-12-07 09:25:38
#3 simple wooden stair design by hughcw
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replacement wooden stair as per supplied info
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2014-12-06 21:27:16
#2 Stairs by Nick Trep Designs
Stairs with drawings
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2014-12-06 21:22:05
#1 stairrs house a miniMalis and mansions. by Muhammad Yodi S
This ladder has excellent space for the climb atow that down. dimensional space to house a mini Malis and mansions. very good in terms of dimensions and elegant impression
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2014-12-06 15:50:42

Discussion

Wed, 10 Dec 2014 13:44:47 +0000
Johanna,

The two most important dimensions when laying out a stair are the total RISE (Height from ground to landing) and the RUN (from first bottom tread nosing to the last top tread nosing). The nosing is the tip of the tread. If you can provide this information a stair detail can be produced. Also need the width, which I think is 48" based on your sketch.

Hanna

Buyer

Mon, 08 Dec 2014 02:59:07 +0000
Hi! I am sorry for the delay I have been out of town and will be returning back home tonight. I will get more information and attach more drawings!

Thank you,
Johanna

zulfadzryl

Designer

Sun, 07 Dec 2014 23:47:10 +0000
Hanna,
Do you need the handrails to be design?
Please reconfirmed the total runs and total rise.

zulfadzryl

Designer

Sun, 07 Dec 2014 14:32:59 +0000
I also got confused....
Riser looks like 8" height...
Treads looks like 10" width...
Hanna please help us entangled this uncertainity

hughcw

Designer

Sun, 07 Dec 2014 12:59:50 +0000
hello again
do you intend to have the 'treads' made from 2-off 2"x4" edge to edge or can they be one 2"x8" plank. this may depend on your joiner/timber supplier.
I have shown 2"x8" but can easily add detail

Sun, 07 Dec 2014 12:29:45 +0000
Hi, Hugh I think that the steel plate you are asking is the existing 2"x 4"( PDF drawing) underneath the upper landing. Hanna is that a 2 x 4? it looks to me more like a 2 x 6.
Sat, 06 Dec 2014 22:31:06 +0000
I'm finding a bit hard to read your sketch - is it possible for you to redraw it on clear white paper with basic dimensions (height of staircase is crucial)...tnx

hughcw

Designer

Sat, 06 Dec 2014 21:30:23 +0000
hi, I have submitted a replacement design for your stairs, if this is what you require I shall submit and/or modify the AutoCAD files, I can also create a 3D model.
regards

hughcw

hughcw

Designer

Sat, 06 Dec 2014 19:25:57 +0000
hi, your drawing has a couple of sketches showing steel plates and nails, what are they for? can you please clarify. is this existing and do I need to incorporate into new design?
regards

hughcw
Sat, 06 Dec 2014 12:32:54 +0000
Attachment and Dimensions needed???
Fri, 05 Dec 2014 07:56:27 +0000
waiting for your attachment or dimensions

Lucian

Administrator

Fri, 05 Dec 2014 07:43:32 +0000
Hi Hanna,

Please remember to include attachments so the designers will fully understand your project. If you need help including these, please refer to this link http://goo.gl/mnFSgg and our help pages.

Thanks,
Lucian

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