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Old 03-16-2011, 01:15 AM
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Here is that display house I said about earlier with the cuts over the front entrance, its 4 not 6, but still, work it out before hand.
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Old 05-09-2012, 08:17 AM
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Brickie in Oz

Just surfing the forum and re-found this thread of yours. Since posting in this thread I've built another oven and your title "Work out your brick bond before you start" was very important to me in making sure full bricks were laid over a wall containing 3 arches.....

setting out the bond.....



resulting in full brick bond over the arches..



Hope you don't mind me posting this as it may help people understand the importance of this thread title.

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Old 05-09-2012, 10:34 AM
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A hint: if you are using 8" bricks (7.5+.5), make sure the size of your structure is divisible by 8. For example 5 feet (sixty inches) isn't divisible by eight.
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Brickie in Oz

Just surfing the forum and re-found this thread of yours. Since posting in this thread I've built another oven and your title "Work out your brick bond before you start" was very important to me in making sure full bricks were laid over a wall containing 3 arches.....

setting out the bond.....



resulting in full brick bond over the arches..



Hope you don't mind me posting this as it may help people understand the importance of this thread title.

Terry
Nice work, and you even worked out for the arches NOT to have a split over them, a true professional..

PS, I think its time you treated yourself to a new level.....
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Old 05-10-2012, 08:24 AM
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Hello Al

I appreciated your kind words. I have visited your website on many occasions but I've only just read the entirety of your 2nd oven build. Never mind the fancy arches....That's one sexy beast you have built there.

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I appreciated your kind words. I have visited your website on many occasions but I've only just read the entirety of your 2nd oven build. Never mind the fancy arches....That's one sexy beast you have built there.

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Thanks Terry.
I have deleted my website as I got sick of all and sundry pinching my content and posting it on their own websites.
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