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    Default Concept for 2' X 4' Arch

    Below are some sketches for an arch I am thinking of building. I would plate it off to 2' X 2' and leave room for future expansion. I have about 20 taps.
    Any Suggestions?

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    This is slightly higher end than the napkin most of us use. Very impressive


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    Can't wait to see pictures of the build. Really nice design work.
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    You will want to insulate the plate or it will warp. Had a block arch with 1/4 plate steal and a 8" collar welded on top for my flue. Wasn't look before the heat did a number to it.
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    Thanks for the comments.

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