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Old 03-07-2011, 05:56 PM
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Thanks Azatta...........I am still not getting a clear picture of EXACTLY what would cause a break down and EXACTLY WHERE AND WHY with the method I used last time. Until I get a clear reason for dome outside of floor I will go with what has worked for me on my last oven. This being said I am still open to peoples feelings on the debate and a good explanation on the "EXACTLY comment" above.
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Old 03-07-2011, 09:00 PM
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Thanks Doug

A little luck is always nice and from time to time needed.
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Also if I remember the instructions say the dome around the oven floor is the prefered way but my method that I used last time was accepted as an option.
Both ways work. I built my dome on top of my floor because of less fussing cutting on the edges, and the load of the dome would be more widely distributed.

Again, both ways work. Choose the one you like.
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My buddy Will has made great progress on the rock shear he is making for our stand construction and other rock shearing duties. First pic is of the blades that have just been heat treated and the second pic is of stand that we hope to be testing out tomorrow evening if all goes well.
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Oh man, keep your hands clear of that blade. Looks like a guillotine.
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Gazebo is going up nicely now. Hub shown in attachment is the anchor for rafters and will also enclose the oven pipe. The Gazebo and oven stand may still take a month or so to complete before and fire brick work starts. I am keeping a detailed account of this build shown for those that may be interested on a photo album that can be viewed from the bottom link below...............
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Very impressive carpentry skills. Kudos.
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Been a while since I posted any progress shots. I have been posting my photos on my picasaweb photo album as I find it an easier format for uploading and viewing.

This has been a fun project for my friend and myself. Just getting to the really fun part now!
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Course one in place.
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Very cool and well done!
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