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  • windage
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    Originally posted by MarkJerling View Post

    Sounds fantastic. I'd love to get my hands on some soapstone. Pretty much impossible to get here.
    I ordered it through a stone broker in Brazil, had it shipped to the US, then trucked to the nearest terminal 2 hours away...the story and photos may be in the early part of this thread

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  • windage
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    Originally posted by windage View Post
    David S...nice little build you got there..yeah..the wall situation is not fun, one of my mobile builds was in a semi trailer, up against one wall...see that build in this thread;
    https://community.fornobravo.com/for...-in-moving-van
    ooops...David S..I just went to that thread and noticed you had asked me a question regarding how it held up being moved around alot..I assume you saw the build pix on that one... Happy Baking!

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  • MarkJerling
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    Originally posted by windage View Post

    wonderful...best floor possible..minor galling on one stone block..otherwise great condition!
    Sounds fantastic. I'd love to get my hands on some soapstone. Pretty much impossible to get here.

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  • windage
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    David S...nice little build you got there..yeah..the wall situation is not fun, one of my mobile builds was in a semi trailer, up against one wall...see that build in this thread;
    https://community.fornobravo.com/for...-in-moving-van

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  • david s
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    I've just finished the render coat on a 64" (1600mm) internal diameter monster oven last night. It was particularly difficult because it's a corner build and up very tight against the walls. The only way to access the back half of the oven was by crawling under the stand and working from the tiny triangle at the back. I hate corner builds.

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  • windage
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    Originally posted by MarkJerling View Post

    Wow! Impressive oven! How well has the soapstone floor worked out?
    wonderful...best floor possible..minor galling on one stone block..otherwise great condition!

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  • MarkJerling
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    Originally posted by windage View Post
    11 + years and the big ole oven is still cranking out great food!
    Wow! Impressive oven! How well has the soapstone floor worked out?

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  • windage
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    Originally posted by Alomran View Post
    Do you have any normal cracks in the dome?
    3 years ago, I had to reset one taper brick in the inner heat dome, near the arch. The outer arch also got rebuilt about 5 years ago..it got hit by careless wood loading. There are cracks in that outer arch now that I will need to address in the next year or two..but nothing critical.

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  • Alomran
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    Do you have any normal cracks in the dome?

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  • windage
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    Originally posted by Gulf View Post
    Great follow up windage . I'm going to stop by the next time that we go to see our kids in Ohio. Any detour around Cincinnati is a good detour imo. Any detour for brick oven pizza would be a GREAT! one
    we are on the AA hwy about 1.5 hr East of Cincy...nice road...open wed, thur, fri, sat @ 3pm.. Click image for larger version

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  • Gulf
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    Great follow up windage . I'm going to stop by the next time that we go to see our kids in Ohio. Any detour around Cincinnati is a good detour imo. Any detour for brick oven pizza would be a GREAT! one
    Last edited by Gulf; 02-26-2022, 07:29 PM.

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  • windage
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    I put in a cathedral over the toss table when I built the shop

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  • windage
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    11 + years and the big ole oven is still cranking out great food!

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  • windage
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    I am trying to work on videos at the shop, my first attempt to make something interesting..

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