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May 25, 2007

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JMelendez

If I wanted to use a profile that is 1"x48" and I set the off set to 12", How do I get the bottom of the "Fake" stringer to be flat and the top of the "Fake" stringer to continue with its slope until it reaches the end of its boundry?? what happens, the top of the "fake" stringer also goes flat. I do not want that to happen. Any advice on what to do? the way your C-chanel shows is the way I want to show my plate rapped around.

Jin

cool! thanks for the tip

Models

You'd never guess how long it took them to generate these models.

Anil dhiman

we are manufacturing these type of staircases in metal plate we use 250 x 12 ms plate for side and tread also of ms plate 12 mm contact at 919779142901 and my e-mail id is metal.smith@rediffmail.com

 steel stairs

I really love this design, its so simple and yet breath taking. I know that sounds a bit cheesy, but my father has been a steel worker for 30 years and steel holds a special place in my heart. I can remember going out to the site with my dad and seeing the power of man over matter. Its amazing what you can do.

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