Hello everyone. I recently participated I the Tulum workshop. I'm so thankful for the experience and the amazing people I meet. Recently I started building in Guatemala close to Santiago Sacatepequez. I'm inviting anyone who wants to help and learn together during this 6 month process.
At the moment there's 2 volunteers and 2 workers. And I can host a few more people either camping, in a room at my parents or there's also a smallish town close to.
For those interested you can send me a WhatsApp 50252039176.
@Ignacio-DHOME said in Compass arm height:
@vitusthemad five nights at freddy's no real set formula but we do it like that to fit human scale. The equator at this heigth makes for a dome that allows for more head room Near the walls and ceilings. It would make sense to make a higher equator as the dome size increases. I know that smaller domes use shorter equators to keep bricks from angling too steeply at the base...
Thanks very much for that information.
@noni said in 3 Dome Pods Longreach:
@tkishawi happy wheels hi sorry this answer has been so long coming but I’ve just been getting on with it. I hope you’ve sorted it out with council. But here’s my experience: council was prepared to approve the aircrete domes so long as the plans were provided by a structural engineer. Which I did. But when I got the DA approval conditions included all the inspections to be done by the engineer. Since he’s in Gladstone that would have required12 air flights, accomodation and fees. After some argy barcy council agreed to the inspections being done by a local builder in consultation with the engineer.
Hope this helps.
Okay, that makes sense. Thanks for the answers.
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