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  • Dome Spacing

    I will lay my floor this week for a 36" low vault oven. Using low/med duty yellow firebrick for the floor and dome.
    The dome will sit around the floor instead of resting on the edge.
    Any ideas on how much of a gap to leave between the floor edge and the dome?


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    Re: Dome Spacing

    I pretty much butted mine up close. Due to the irregularities of the radius cut, you get a little wiggle room by default.

    Check out my pictures here:

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