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Old 08-21-2012, 05:01 AM
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Hi Damon was just looking at your thread.
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Old 08-21-2012, 05:11 AM
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cool......my Mk2 build will be a much more refined product, Mk1 (redgum roarer) was very much the rustic budget version.....still it served its purpose

interested to see how your Japanese garden goes with it - in that its nice to see another creative approach
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Old 08-21-2012, 05:12 AM
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It is very tight. Between the bearers I have 1100. The bearers are 90mm. Totaling 1280. So I need to cantilever the top of the slab to get the width I need. Thinking bringing cantilever to 1400 width. I will post some drawings when I scan them. Sucks that hebel comes in 600 panel width means I will have to cut a panel down to 200 and need 3panels.

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Old 08-21-2012, 05:16 AM
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Any ideas for making the oven look and fit into the Japanese style. I've been thinking stainless steel. My other concern is there will be a cream shade sail above the oven need to get flue above it so it hopefully does not change color.

Will talk to my sail man about this. Not made yet so might wait.

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Old 08-21-2012, 05:44 AM
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Maybe you could somehow incorporate the traditional japanese style arch shape into the oven outside arch....
A couple shelves/nooks in the side of your oven base to hold a bonsai....
Then maybe a tiled roof over the dome in the shape of an old Japanese temple, throughout which you could somehow take your flue up through the centre.
or am I thinking a bit old skool style Japanese.


Shade sail, got me on that one a bit hard
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Old 08-21-2012, 05:48 AM
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Damon they say measure twice cut once. Hearth should have been 1600 wide. Your comment that's tight I now get. Hearth will be 1600*1700.


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Old 08-21-2012, 05:53 AM
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Planter boxes both sides of the oven with grass trees and bonsai have already thought of. Hmmm I like your thinking with the arch though. Think I will break out my Japanese garden books out and check them for some ideas.

Thx Colin

Shad sail will need to curve around the oven, but I think it comes out to far. Will leave it until last.
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Old 08-21-2012, 01:41 PM
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[QUOTE=oasiscdm;137029]My intentions with the build are to 1metre Pompeii oven
Purchase oven materials from Melbourne Fire Brick Company. Ben has been of great help.

Once slab is constructed 1100*1400

I Will be building a Hebel block base frame
On top of that a cantilevered Hebel power fence panel (double reinforced) 1400*1600 hearth. With steel lintel and frame to support the cantilevered hearth.

QUOTE]

So youwill have a 150mm cantilever on each side and a 200mm for the front?

If so I did this with just reo work inside the slab.

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Old 08-21-2012, 06:28 PM
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So youwill have a 150mm cantilever on each side and a 200mm for the front?

If so I did this with just reo work inside the slab.

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Yep that is spot on [150mm] I am hoping that at 125 mm thick and plenty of Reo that that will be enough to support every thing that will be on top of the slab. As you can see from the photos it needs to be above the deck. you will see more when i post the photo of the deck cut out removed.

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Old 08-21-2012, 07:35 PM
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Damon they say measure twice cut once. Hearth should have been 1600 wide. Your comment that's tight I now get. Hearth will be 1600*1700.


Cheers Colin
I heard "measure twice, cut once, fit in place with largest hammer available"!!


..seriously though, you'll enjoy the whole process, looking forward to pics!

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