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  • Amazing oven (Talking about big?)

    I though I would share with all of you this amazing oven, it holds 100 pieces 1kg each of bread! It is located southern of Italy specifically in Calabria isola Capo Rizzuto (Summer touristic place)
    They will make an hole on the dome toward the house to use as entry point!
    If I have a chance when I go there I take more pictures. Ciao Carlo
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    Ciao Carlo

    Cost spreadsheet updated 4/22/08

    Pictures updated 5/28/08

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    Re: Amazing oven (Talking about big?)

    That is quite amazing. But where's the Harbor Freight tile saw to taper all the bricks?
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    • #3
      Re: Amazing oven (Talking about big?)

      Holy cow, how long does that take to heat up?
      Mike - Saginaw, MI

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        Re: Amazing oven (Talking about big?)

        They will make an hole on the dome toward the house to use as entry point!
        And to get the mason out!

        Maybe thats the way we should do it. Cut the opening with a 9" grinder after finishing the dome?

        regards from Karl


        • #5
          Re: Amazing oven (Talking about big?)

          one heck of a bee hive - did you know that italy used to be a great forest of trees? Wonder what happened.


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            Re: Amazing oven (Talking about big?)

            I guess it's easier to build such a big oven compared to small one - they don't need to care about their position and support for the body hanging over the dome (it was most difficult for me)
            they just stand straight all the time