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030 - Vent landing, flared opening taking shape.


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031 - Inner arch, 1st attempt, dry fit.


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032 - Inner arch, 1st attempt, mortared.


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035 - Inner arch, 1st attempt results.
Poor mortar adhesion and not being careful removing arch form.
I made the mistake of making the form too tight of a fit.
For the 2nd (and final) attempt I cut the form an inch or so short and used shims that could easily be removed when the mortar cured.


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036 - Indispensable Tool parts (rev 1).
Rev 1 swivel base was a caster, the pivot point ended up being too high.
This would have caused the top of the dome to be too high and and the dome slightly egg shaped.
Although it would have been unnoticeable, I wanted to come up w/ a better solution.

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037 - Rev 1 swivel base was a caster w/ the wheel removed.
The caster pivot point ended up being too high.
This would have caused the top of the dome to be too high and and the dome slightly egg shaped.
Although it would have been unnoticeable, I wanted to come up w/ a better solution.

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038 - Indispensable Tool rev2.
Final swivel base was created by welding 2 flat washer together to a threaded bolt.
This worked well by keeping the pivot point very low to the floor.

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039 - Final swivel base was created by welding 2 flat washer together to a threaded bolt.
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040 - Indispensable Tool rev2.
View from bottom side of .5" plywood which served as IT base.
Threaded bolt locks into this plate from top side.
Cover plate prevents spinning arm from scratching firebrick.

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