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If you want to see more pictures of my oven, just follow the link in my signature, it is the forum of the "BBQ-Sportsclub".
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Old 05-03-2013, 04:43 PM
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Nice build

Looks like you take your rebar seriously there in germany!
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Very interesting to see the steps of your build, my German is not so good but the pictures told the story. Thanks for sharing.
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Old 05-04-2013, 01:59 AM
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Nice build

Looks like you take your rebar seriously there in germany!
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Yes, we do, what did you expect, we are Germans?!

We dont spend hundreds of hours of work for an oven, that doesn´t last forever!

Another reason, why I built it just a little bit oversized is, that I am living in a region where you have to expect minig damages to buildings (coal mining in the Ruhr-area).
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Old 05-04-2013, 04:02 AM
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Last year, we spent two weeks in the Toscana, Italy. We found a nice little Restaurant in Montescudaio, called "Osteria il Forapaglia", the Pizza was the best I´ve ever tasted so far.

The manager didn´t allow me to go into the kitchen to see his oven, but made some pictures of it:

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I started building the outer arch today:

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I will cut the five bricks in the center by approx. 6 cm, the resulting gap of 7cm * 43 cm will have nearly the same cross-section as a stainless steel tube of 200mm diameter.
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