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bake oven

bake oven (longitudinal section)
An oven constructed of bricks, usually having a circular or oval dome; often located within the hearth of the principal fireplace of a colonial home, usually in a corner of the hearth and a few feet above it. Bake ovens were once an integral part of the fireplace construction; some were heated by glowing charcoal or embers that were swept out before the unbaked loaves were inserted and the iron oven door closed. Also called a beehive oven, bread oven, brick oven, or Dutch oven.
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The manual bake oven is configured for use with 300 mm silicon wafers but can be adjusted to accommodate different size wafers and different types of substrates, such as square plates or aluminum disks.
Chris Shustak, a member of the board of directors of the Red Barn, said he got the idea for a brick bake oven after reading about it in a Laurel's Kitchen cookbook.
The Manual Bake Oven (MBO) is configured for use with 300mm silicon wafers but can be adjusted to accommodate different size wafers and different types of substrates, such as square plates or aluminum disks.
Large available market of users; products used in factories, office buildings, homes, apartments, hospitals, stores, shops, greenhouses, ships, bake ovens, kilns, galvanizing/gold pots, forges, incinerators, ranges, as well numerous other heating applications.
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Food, snacks, juice, toothpaste, underwear, socks, bed sheets and even Easy Bake Ovens bore the stamp of royal approval.