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Marking out for steel railing

How do I work out the marking out of a railing on a wall with a bend at a corner of it.

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Need more info. are you trying to mark the wall or figure out your bend angle for the railing? if wall, measure your rise in one foot of section[ use a level to get the number.one end of level on point of line one foot from corner, measure up to get #] then start from corner and restart your line with rise found.

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