[Clayart] Iron frame for sprung arch kiln - skew brick iron frame
ccpotteries at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 9 15:33:31 EDT 2017
You would want to use angle iron along the skewbacks. The downward pressure of the arch bricks would push out flat stock.
Clear Creek Pottery
Lake Stevens, WA
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> On Jul 9, 2017, at 7:45 AM, Helen Stone <helenestonepeony at gmail.com> wrote:
> HI folks, thank you so much for replying to my queries re the chimney, etc
> of the soda kiln. Tomorrow my welder starts the angle iron and flat iron
> framework for the kiln. At the level is the skew bricks, which are now in
> place, along those two sides, is it better to put angle iron, thus shutting
> in permanently the skew brick from the outside sides, or could be use flat
> iron along the skew brick line?
> Thank you, Helen in Ecuador
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