That's pretty darn impressive indeed !, the bread looked very very nice !
I was just thinking... imagine if you had the original 2Stone oven, ... you know the 4 corners that the top is
welded to.... ?
Imagine if that was adjustable, - imagine the 4 corners having 4 pieces of steel that have holes in them, and the upper
part of the oven ( the top ) had little "steel pegs" ... now imagine this, - if you want to do pizza, you just move the top
of the oven down a few pegs, and it snaps into the holes.....
Want to bake bread ? ... just lift the top up, and it pops into the upper holes. In fact, the 4 corners could have maybe 3 holes
so that it would be considered "fully adjustable "
My description may not be great, but I am seeing in my head that strapping you use to hold up pipes ( with holes ) but of course in the 2Stone this would be the heavy metal you use that would used.
Think of the lawn mowers, - years ago, you had to remove the wheel, by removing the nut and bolt, and then you'd move the wheel from one place to an upper hole and then put the bolt back in ( that's the system I'm thinking about ) ( of course today, this doesn't exist, and you just push a little lever and that is how the lawn mower wheel is adjusted ) but I'm thinking of the old way of doing it.
Updated idea: After drawing my diagram just now, I realize this first idea is not that great. What I would do, is create 3 simple
lengths of sides "supports" or "struts"
- Short - : Pizza
- Medium - Flatbreads ( ? )
- Long - Bread
Both the bottom and top of the 2Stone would have welded pegs. 4 pegs on the bottom ( base ) of the unit, 4 pegs at the top.
If I wish to make bread, I simply take the 4 "long" struts or whatever you call them, and simply attach the 4 of them onto the
Bingo, - it's done, and ready to go.
I want pizza ? ... quickly take the 4 "long" struts off, and replace with the 4 "short" struts.
This would take mere seconds to accomplish. The pegs would have heads on them, to ensure the unit doesn't fall apart.
Doing it this way, would mean that no other holes are needed on those struts. Just one on each end ( to attach to the base ) and one hole at the top to attach the top.
Maybe a nutty idea on my part, but I can see this working in my head.