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  • Ithaca Oven 2nd attempt

    dead thread please delete
    Last edited by ithacaoven; 04-06-2010, 08:12 AM.

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    Re: Ithaca Oven 2nd attempt

    I would most certainly add some buttressing to the side walls as the barrel roof will collapse again. I also see that you have your chimney let into your oven area which will not allow your oven to hold any heat. Brick this up, put in a division wall allowing for an entrance door and have the chimney void in front of the oven chamber. This need to be a reasonable size to eliminate smoke exiting your fire out the front.


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