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brickie in oz 07-10-2011 11:46 PM

Here is my latest oven, oven number 3 in the curing phase.
 
Here is my latest oven a Pompeii dome, oven number 3 in the curing phase, the fires are hard to light as expected due to the moisture in the oven. :rolleyes:


YouTube - ‪New Oven.MOV‬‏

chidding 07-10-2011 11:59 PM

Re: Here is my latest oven, oven number 3 in the curing phase.
 
Haha thats awesome, reason for the project?

brickie in oz 07-11-2011 12:00 AM

Re: Here is my latest oven, oven number 3 in the curing phase.
 
Because I could..:D

chidding 07-11-2011 12:01 AM

Re: Here is my latest oven, oven number 3 in the curing phase.
 
You best be making a full set of mini tools. And a full outdoor kitchen to match.

haha this is legendary,

brickie in oz 07-11-2011 12:50 AM

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Originally Posted by Karangi Dude (Post 116867)
Al,
You will be able to take that to work to toast your cheese bread sandwiches and pides.

Al that is a pissa an Aussie first, you sure are a true Aussie bloke with a great sence of humor.
I want one could you please post some of the dimentions.


Cheers Doug

Its 1/4 scale modeled on a 1200mm oven, I used all of 5 full fire bricks. :D
Size is 300mm diameter.

I even made an indispensable tool.

Its all refractory, Im going to put some ceramic blanket on it and render it.
I even kept with the golden rule of 63%

brickie in oz 07-11-2011 01:19 AM

Re: Here is my latest oven, oven number 3 in the curing phase.
 
The base board is 40mm calcium silicate, there is a fire brick hearth in there too, all 5mm of it. :)

brickie in oz 07-11-2011 01:28 AM

Re: Here is my latest oven, oven number 3 in the curing phase.
 
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For the glue I used refractory glue, same glue I used in oven number 2 (the real build)

Some more pics of the mini build. :D

brickie in oz 07-11-2011 01:43 AM

Re: Here is my latest oven, oven number 3 in the curing phase.
 
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Originally Posted by Karangi Dude (Post 116872)
And the Red Wine?

Ah Glasshopper, you are very observant.

It gives the inner creative being a way out to the outside world.:rolleyes:

david s 07-11-2011 01:57 AM

Re: Here is my latest oven, oven number 3 in the curing phase.
 
That is so cool. Can you get a roaring fire in an oven so small though? The smaller you go you have to make the flue bigger, ie it doesn't work if you just scale down the dimensions. You need to make the flue bigger relative to the volume as you scale down the dimensions. I discovered this when making a small kiln for firing ceramic jewelery.

brickie in oz 07-11-2011 02:16 AM

Re: Here is my latest oven, oven number 3 in the curing phase.
 
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Originally Posted by david s (Post 116874)
Can you get a roaring fire in an oven so small though? .

I doubt it, I should imagine the smaller you go the thicker the air will become relative to size of oven. If I could just scale down the air molicules it may burn?

I was hard pushed to keep the fire lighter going, maybe its just a damp oven?


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