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I am thinking  someone may be interested in this. 

 

My pizza set up looks pretty much like many I have seen on our forum. two stones separated by 3/4" copper elbows.  I was satisfied with it, and it worked well, however, while helping a new member who wanted to research kiln stones, I found these slick ceramic kiln shelf supports. They are made by a company called Blick Art Materials and are actually dirt cheap. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes. The ones I purchased are  2 x1 5/8 x 1 5/8 and  were $2.05 each. I picked up eight of them to use in a variety of different set up configurations, and paid a total of $16.40 plus 4.95 shipping for the 8 supports. They came pretty quickly and wrapped well enough to endure a nuclear explosion.

 

https://www.dickblick.com/products/amaco-shelf-supports/

 

Here's a pic of my new shelf supports next to my old copper elbows

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Heres how I plan to set them up

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Here is what the total set up looks like. Vey stable and seams practical and easy to use. With the size supports

I purchased I can stack  my stones with a  1 5/8" or 2" air space in between. Very neat, looks good , and sits above the felt for easy access.

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