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Old 06-30-2013, 12:27 AM
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Hi KB

I am curious to how you are doing your arch. You said on my thread that you are doing yours straight but maximizing the reveal.

Can you describe yours maybe include measurements. How deep, then again I could wait for more pictures.

I was thinking if I don't flare mine of running mine around the inner arch with a gap between it and the outer structure.
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What are the dimensions of the entry? Looks like about 22" wide and maybe 16" high. No guess as to how deep. Glad you are ahead of me in your build as I have learned a great deal following your thread. Bruce
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Hi KB

I am curious to how you are doing your arch. You said on my thread that you are doing yours straight but maximizing the reveal.

Can you describe yours maybe include measurements. How deep, then again I could wait for more pictures.

I was thinking if I don't flare mine of running mine around the inner arch with a gap between it and the outer structure.
Ok guys these ain't no CAD drawings, although they are one step above a paper napkins. :

K79 is probably laughing is his boots right now .............. Hope this helps and you can make them out.
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Old 06-30-2013, 03:37 PM
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KB,
I think that I see what you are designing. It will work fine if you slide the vent opening forward. In my opinion (with a heat-break) the arch needs to be completed front and back to be structurally sound.
I may be a little off in my reasoning, so some "dry stacked pics" might help .
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thanks KB

perfectly clear. Wanted to know if rear of brick was rebated around inner arch. Did you follow the curve. How high before your glue transition and will you do it like sharkey did his.
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I think that I see what you are designing. It will work fine if you slide the vent opening forward. In my opinion (with a heat-break) the arch needs to be completed front and back to be structurally sound.
I may be a little off in my reasoning, so some "dry stacked pics" might help .
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I'll try to post more dry stack later, the vent transition will have a complete arch on both sides. Moving the vent towards the rear allows the needed 4" for chimney wrap around flue.
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perfectly clear. Wanted to know if rear of brick was rebated around inner arch. Did you follow the curve. How high before your glue transition and will you do it like sharkey did his.
Colin,
Yes the rear brick will be have a 1" inch overlap and a 1 1/2" into the reveal leaving a 3" reveal. There will be a 1/2" thermal gap which will be filled with fiber rope and sealer. I will have to look at sharkey's to see what he did. I did follow the curve.
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Hi KB

Might wait for your dry stack to get a better idea. eg. will have complete arch on both sides.

To get the vent curve Sharkey has on his vent I was looking at reversing arch bricks, someone else did this but I cannot remember who that might have been.
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Wow!!!
Very impressived a flared entry at rocket speed. Congratulations on closing the dome ......Where is your ritualistic pictures? Must post your head in the oven Iím told.
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Photos of the vent/entry construction.

Colin, check out jbruning's thread, done a flared entry.
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Hey those look pretty good to me.
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Hey those look pretty good to me.
I wish I had CAD....and the pizza coming out your oven

Ok guys, hope this gives you a little better idea of what I am trying to accomplish. The vent offset looked better on paper, what you all think?
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I'd use the next brick course to get an offset. Seems like that would make it easier to get the mortar right.
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