If you wonder what these may be about, check out Utube, with bilroCAD in the search box.
Kind of makes me wonder what planet I was on when I thought maybe I could make a small amount of money doing this sort of thing.
Maybe the problem is that if you look hard enough, you can get all sorts of stuff for free.
So I have decided to not be so precious about them and have stuck them on my web site at
If you delve into them you might find (if you are a purist) that some of the programming looks a bit ham fisted. However, they do work most of the time! What do you expect for free? Just to add to the fun, looks a bit shonky when you see that I have put "these do not conform to any known standard"!
I have just spent about 2 days trying to get the handrail one to work with R2011. After much harrumphing I created a special one, just for R2011.
I'm pretty pleased with the handrail one, but the stair one could do with all sorts of things added:like footplates, top-plates, handrails and a sytem for variable depth treads, and some way of tying it in with the New Zealand Building Code. It produces stairs which have a rise x going of 46500, which is not how the NZBC does it, so this lot is going to have to be revisited big time soon!
I like to have just one version of Autocad, so it is quite annoying to have things that work on one version but not another.