Looks great, how do you find using MDF for treads and risers, does it split the tread when you screw the the riser to the tread. What is the thickness of the strings, And how did you work out how thick the strings should be.
Always use the best quality MDF you can buy i.e. not the stuff that goes all fluffy when cut, min 25mm thick for treads. Pine string is 38mm flexi ply one 42mm. Lastly, from experience mostly.
That's really impressive! I sort of get a headache trying to figure out how you calculated all that
I draw everything in Autocad first and take it from there.
nice! Very impressed!
I know anything curved is a pain and these curved stairs would of been a head scratcher I'm Sure!
Pain! no! It's good fun and what I love about this job. Anything curved generally incurrs greater costs though due to added wastage and set up costs it entails, getting some customers to understand that fact is often harder than the project!
Thanks for all your kind remarks,