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Old 05-14-2005, 06:23 PM
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Thanks for the complements! I'm honered that someone would put the idea of the round base to use. Have at it! I'm sure it's not the first round oven. But I do think it's the first time somebody built a form out of Luan, 1/8" FRP and 1 5/8" metal stud for 1400 lbs of concrete and "Got Away With It!". I designed and did the layout for the patio with a round concept to deal with the irregular shape of the yard. The slab work and pavers were professionaly installed by a mason who spent 14 years in Italy working in the trade. Still not sure he's off the metric system.. but I'm real happy with the results.
I'm begining to think the pourpose of this thread is to show just how much fun can be had installing one of these ovens.
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