Stair building is a time-consuming process in the real world and in the CAD world. New England Stair Works symbol sets for Vectorworks® can speed up your design process and create realism in your renderings. The unique classing system allows more control over symbol elements allowing the user to me more productive.
Most symbol sets can be used in the latest versions of Vectorworks® including VW2024.
Using a version that is closest to the version of Vectorworks® you are currently using is recommended.
All sets include a .vwx file and a PDF Readme file on how to use the symbols.
Save $$$ when you buy any bundled set.
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Check out some of the renderings using our Elevation and 3D symbol sets.
Symbol sets for 2020 and 2023 include 8' straight run subassemblies and 2 and 3 piece rake sets
that can be easily customized to your specific details (see example photos below).
The symbol sets are stair parts only.
If you are looking for fully modeled stairs or if there are items you'd like to see,
please contact us to discuss your project.
It is highly recemmended that your computer system has a graphics card that can handle detailed 3D graphics.
Some objects may not render properly due to an inferior graphics card.
By clicking on the “Add to cart” button, you acknowledge that the products you select are copyrighted works, and that you are using them under a non-exclusive, paid up, license from Steven MacDonald DBA New England Stair Works and his successors and assigns for use on a single machine. You agree not to reproduce or copy the products or derivatives thereof other than as components of your own plans, drawings, or architectural renderings.
After your payment has been confirmed, you will be sent an email with a link and a password to the web page where your purchased files reside. There, you can download the files you have purchased.
NOTE: These 2017 symbol sets do not include a lot of the new baluster and post symbols that are included in the 2020 and 2023 symbol sets. The 2020 and 2023 symbol sets have nearly double the content of the 2017 sets.