|Posted on January 28, 2017 at 7:00 PM|
As you well know, a flat radius in a stair rail translates to a non-level rail if you tilt the whole thing to the stair angle. This is why we all like round pipe for angled curves! But sometimes you just have to bite the bullet and have a angled curve in a non-round material, like a caprail/flatbar assembly. In this photo I have heated the flat curve in the forge, clamped it to a stout fixture at the stair angle, and am tweaking it to get my level back....