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  • Lazy Susan in Base

    Maybe someone has done this already, but why not take a heavy duty wheel spindle and hub and make a lazy Susan for inside the stand? This is what we would do if we were designing a modern kitchen. Well we wouldn't be bringing parts from the wrecking yard...but we would put in a lazy susan in a large space with a small opening.

    Bolt spindle into the concrete
    Slide shelf mounted to hub onto the spindle.
    It sounds simple right?

    There would need to be a large 'lip' around the SUPER Susan's shelf to keep the wood on it.

    DrDuktayp

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    Re: Lazy Susan in Base

    Dr.D-

    Are you talking about making a whole oven rotate on top of a metal oven stand? Sounds interesting...
    http://www.palmisanoconcrete.com

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    • #3
      Re: Lazy Susan in Base

      Originally posted by Unofornaio View Post
      Dr.D-

      Are you talking about making a whole oven rotate on top of a metal oven stand? Sounds interesting...
      O'god no! I was thinking about beneath so it's easier to get to items (wood) stored below.

      DrDuktayp

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      • #4
        Re: Lazy Susan in Base

        How about this??
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        http://www.palmisanoconcrete.com

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        • #5
          Re: Lazy Susan in Base

          Well there you go.

          I haven't started building yet. So, I am gathering ideas

          DrD

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          • #6
            Re: Lazy Susan in Base

            I didn't mention, I think that is an excellent idea. As a matter of fact I'm gonna fine tune this design and use it on mine if you don't mind? I'll be sure to give you credit for the idea

            I had a barrel vault oven at my old house and I swear the last time I saw the back wall was before I loaded it with wood the first time. On the one we built in the bakery I made the base an H and used both front and back for storage.
            http://www.palmisanoconcrete.com

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