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Oven Build In Central Alabama

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  • #76
    Re: Oven Build In Central Alabama

    I'm BaaaaaaaaaaaaCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKK !!! Note my date from last year ... 2011. Well I have pics to prove it ............... really. Made some progress today. I will get them posted soon. We got the Insaboard layer in and got my floor and the cuts done for the first course.

    Glad to be back with an update finally !!! Hope it won't take 2 more years to get the next steps complete !!!
    Columbiana, Alabama WFO Build.

    http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f3/o...bama-7837.html

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    • #77
      Re: Oven Build In Central Alabama

      Welcome back!
      "He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose." - Jim Elliot

      "Success isn't permanent and failure isn't fatal." -Mike Ditka
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      • #78
        Re: Oven Build In Central Alabama

        Here we got the insaboard layer put down and started doing our cuts. This is my friend and the first use of the tile saw I bought way back when a few posts and years ago.
        Columbiana, Alabama WFO Build.

        http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f3/o...bama-7837.html

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        • #79
          Re: Oven Build In Central Alabama

          Here are shots of the floor and first course test fit.
          Columbiana, Alabama WFO Build.

          http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f3/o...bama-7837.html

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          • #80
            Re: Oven Build In Central Alabama

            The Angleizer tool rocks. We set a template after we used the string to get our apex angles and cut a few bricks. Once we were happy we set the tool up and used it as a guide to mark the rest.

            Angle-izer

            A trick we figured out (may be covered elsewhere) is that we marked the bricks with a sharpie BEFORE they went in for a soak in the water. Then the line would not come off when cut with the saw.

            Sharpie would not work on wet brick and the pencil was ok, but washed off about half way through the cut.

            Another thing we did was used a brick chisle to split the bricks in half. A good firm pressure, wood backing and a good hit with follow through did a good job. I think this saves a lot of cutting and time on the diamond saw blade.
            Columbiana, Alabama WFO Build.

            http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f3/o...bama-7837.html

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            • #81
              Re: Oven Build In Central Alabama

              Great start on the brick work.
              Russell
              Google Photo Album [https://photos.google.com/share/AF1Q...JneXVXc3hVNHd3/]

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