Lee Michaels wrote:
"Tom Veatch" wrote
I've always found it very simple and easy to design and lay out the
steps on a 2x using the formula "2 x Rise + Run = 26 to 28 inches".
Makes for a set of comfortable steps which can be made to fit most any
location and have equal rise and run for each step.
Yep, that is what the old framers square is for. I wonder if very many
folks these days know how to mark and cut some steps the old fashioned way?
It wasn't long ago that this was a common skill.
Is the a new fangled way?
I've always used a square with the little clips that I have, amazingly,
"Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life"
--Elvin Jones (1927-2004)
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