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1 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Basic Stair Layout Module

2 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Upon completion of this module, you will be able to do the following: 1. Identify the various types of stairs. 2.Identify the various parts of stairs. 3.Identify the materials used in the construction of stairs. 4.Interpret construction drawings of stairs. 5.Calculate the total rise, number and size of risers, and number and size of treads required for a stairway. 6.Lay out and cut stringers. 7.Build a small stair unit with a temporary handrail. Transparency 1Objectives

3 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Under supervision of the instructor, you should be able to: 1.Lay out and build a small stair unit with a handrail to a given rise. Transparency 2Performance Tasks

4 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 3 Figure 1 – Open Straight-Run Stairs

5 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 4 Figure 2 – Closed Straight-Run Stairs

6 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 5 Figure 3 – Combination Open/Closed Straight-Run Stairs

7 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 6 Figure 4 – Long-L Stairway

8 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 7 Figure 5 – Wide-L Stairway

9 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 8 Figure 6 – Wide-U Stairway

10 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 9 Figure 7 – Double-L Stairway

11 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 10 Figure 8 – Narrow-U Stairway

12 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 11 Figure 9 – Winding Stairway

13 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 12 Figure 10 – Main Stair Components

14 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 13 Figure 11 – Cleated, Dadoed, and Housed Stringers

15 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 14 Figure 12 – Components of an Interior Stairway

16 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 15 Figure 13 – Commercial Handrail Requirements

17 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 16 Figure 14 – Minimum Stairway Width

18 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 17 Figure 15 – Typical Framed Stairwell Opening

19 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 18 Figure 16 – Method of Determining Total Stair Rise and Unit Rise

20 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 19 Figure 17 – Example Stairway and Stairwell with Terminology and Dimensions

21 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 20 Figure 18 – Pitch Board and Framing Square

22 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 21 Figure 20 – Framing Square

23 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 22 Figure 21 – Positioning of a Stringer for Layout

24 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 23 Figure 22 – Marking a Stringer for the Floor Level Cut Line

25 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 24 Figure 23 – Stringer Mounting Attachments

26 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 25 Figure 24 – Flush Stringer Attachment

27 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 26 Figure 25 – Stringer Cuts

28 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 27 Figure 26 – Dropping the Stringer for Tread Thickness

29 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 28 Figure 27 – Dropping the Stringer for Tread Thickness Minus the Finished Floor Thickness

30 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 29 Figure 28 – Pitch Board

31 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 30 Figure 29 – Using a Pitch Board

32 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 31 Figure 30 – Dadoed Stringer

33 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 32 Figure 31 – Cleated Stringer

34 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 33 Figure 32 – Reinforced Cutout Stringer

35 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 34 Figure 33 – Reinforced Stringer Mounting

36 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Transparency 35 Figure 34 – Basic Stair Form

37 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Supplemental Art

38 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research

39 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Elegant Stairs

40 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Figure 19 – Stair Gauges

41 Copyright © by NCCER, Published by Pearson Education, Inc. Carpentry Fundamentals Level One Module National Center for Construction Education and Research Using Two Framing Squares to Determine Stringer Length


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