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Old 07-11-2013, 06:47 PM
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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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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?
Yes, that looks usable... good job.
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Old 07-11-2013, 07:14 PM
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I used Selkirk which is like duravent and the anchor plates are similar but not interchangeable. I did anchor the plate to the vent stack then capped my with bricks but I have seen several builds lately with just mounting the plate to the right to the vent stack. You might even consider a clay flue. The duravent or selkirt are really spendy. I am not sure how high you need to go but a clay flue is cheaper and if you do not need to go too high. Mark 1 or Mark 2, if it works, why not.
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Old 07-11-2013, 08:31 PM
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I used Selkirk which is like duravent and the anchor plates are similar but not interchangeable. I did anchor the plate to the vent stack then capped my with bricks but I have seen several builds lately with just mounting the plate to the right to the vent stack. You might even consider a clay flue. The duravent or selkirt are really spendy. I am not sure how high you need to go but a clay flue is cheaper and if you do not need to go too high. Mark 1 or Mark 2, if it works, why not.
I want to keep options open, I picked up the adapter plate used for $22 including shipping. My thoughts at the moment are to set up the vent up to the plate. At that point get the dome insulation completed and either stucco or start curing the oven. I think to do this I need to switch from whole bricks to 1" slices to span the upper arch. I can see a couple ways to get through this, suggestions appreciated or I can learn from my own false starts.
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Yes, that looks usable... good job.
Thanks, you really helped me through this. Currently looking at options to create vent to chimney transition. Hope to be able to work it out tomorrow. Bruce
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You getting along at a cracking pace now. You would be pleased I'm sure . Really impressed with the trammels , there real inventive. if you ever consider coming out of retirement and need a new career come down under and I'll make a Cobbler out of you!
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Old 07-12-2013, 09:41 AM
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You getting along at a cracking pace now. You would be pleased I'm sure . Really impressed with the trammels , there real inventive. if you ever consider coming out of retirement and need a new career come down under and I'll make a Cobbler out of you!
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Not sure I'm ready to quit my lack of a day job. On the other hand visiting the down under would be nice. Bruce
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Old 07-12-2013, 12:53 PM
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Too bad you aren't closer Dave. I have a pair of Danner quarry gtx boots that need new vibram soles.
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Old 07-13-2013, 03:05 AM
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Too bad you aren't closer Dave. I have a pair of Danner quarry gtx boots that need new vibram soles.
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You make it hard stonecutter ....yes I'd gladly redo your boots but we don't get the American Vibrams in Aust only the European ones....I was thinking on the lines of posting a couple of pics and we get Bruce to do the job
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This is a great build... it has it all... innovation, community & strong spirit! AND the added bonus of a door idea I can modify for my oven... Thanks!!!!
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