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Old 07-11-2013, 05:46 AM
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The numbers on my diagram are based on a guessimated height of your spring line. You really should measure to get the height...I'm not sure that the span and rise on my drawing will work with what you actually have.
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The numbers on my diagram are based on a guessimated height of your spring line. You really should measure to get the height...I'm not sure that the span and rise on my drawing will work with what you actually have.
I planned to resize, wanting to leave a wider reveal. Was confused for a second, first thought reference to spring line was to outer arch (floor level) then realized you were referring to spring line of inner arch. Thanks again, Bruce
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Old 07-11-2013, 06:24 AM
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I planned to resize, wanting to leave a wider reveal. Was confused for a second, first thought reference to spring line was to outer arch (floor level) then realized you were referring to spring line of inner arch. Thanks again, Bruce
They are one in the same.

Remember, if you enlarge the reveal, you create a higher rise...which will widen your span.
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bruce, i have been following your build with great interest. i am just starting my build in southern illinois and read your posts almost daily. you have raised lots of good questions i would never have thought of asking. i have learned a lot from you and all the others on this forum.

it won't be long and you'll be cooking five-star restaurant meals in your oven non-stop. it will make the food on your trip out west (which i also followed with great jealousy) seem like run of the mill diner food.
best of luck on your flue and entry.
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Old 07-11-2013, 03:38 PM
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The numbers on my diagram are based on a guessimated height of your spring line. You really should measure to get the height...I'm not sure that the span and rise on my drawing will work with what you actually have.
Good guesstimate, inner spring line is about 8 1/4". I cut 3 forms but haven't assembled them yet. They have a 14" rise and a 25 inch span. I did a mockup and the pic below is how it ended up. Does it look usable?
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bruce, i have been following your build with great interest. i am just starting my build in southern illinois and read your posts almost daily. you have raised lots of good questions i would never have thought of asking. i have learned a lot from you and all the others on this forum.

it won't be long and you'll be cooking five-star restaurant meals in your oven non-stop. it will make the food on your trip out west (which i also followed with great jealousy) seem like run of the mill diner food.
best of luck on your flue and entry.
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Thanks for the comments. I read through your current thread, very interesting approach. Look forward to watching as you go along. Pay attention to stonecutter's instructions for designing an arch. Haven't mastered it but I wish I had learned these lessons before the working on the inner arch. Let me know if I can help. Good luck with the build. Bruce
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Bruce,

No moss grows under you. When you decide to go it is 110%. On the home stretch. Great thread to watch.
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Just to give everyone a laugh, here are Mark 1 and Mark 2 versions of what may or may not resemble a "trammel".
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Bruce,

No moss grows under you. When you decide to go it is 110%. On the home stretch. Great thread to watch.
Thanks Russell, I really got the urge to finish after completing the inner arch. It felt like things were downhill from there. Bruce

Here's looking at you.
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No moss grows under you. When you decide to go it is 110%. On the home stretch. Great thread to watch.
Russell, I believe you used a duravent flue. I have an 8" adapter plate and need to work out smoke chamber and mounting the plate. Any thoughts on a simple layout (I recall yours as being fairly intricate)? Bruce
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