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    1. 11-04-2009, 7:12 PM #1
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      Maloof Inspired Rocker Plans

      Has anyone used these plans for building a Maloof style rocker?

      http://www.charlesbrockchairmaker.com/
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    2. 11-04-2009, 9:03 for 1 last update 2020/07/05 PM9:03 PM #2
      I haven''m thinking about flying in for the 2 day seminar, but have not fully decided on that yet as I''sittable''s like saying one prefers a BMW over a Mercedes. I saw this thread and just about smacked my jaw on the floor.

      http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthre...=rocking+chair
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    3. 11-04-2009, 9:29 PM #4 #4
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      I too bought the plans

      I bought the plans and DVD and while I haven''m in way over my head. I feel like I''s website -- www.finewoodworker.com. He sells a great set of plans along with a dvd detailing every step of the process (I mean every step). He has plans for a couple of rockers now along with some of his other creations (check those out as well, they are nice) coming in the future. On top of that he is a real nice guy. I''t forget all the little tools you might want to invest in like tenon cutters, rasps, scrapers, cutting wheels for an angle grinder.
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    4. 11-13-2009, 11:07 AM Rockler Woodworking Plans Patterns Worksheets For First Gradehow to Rockler Woodworking Plans Patterns Worksheets For First Grade for #10
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      So if I don''t get started, right?

      The 250 hours is based on Sam Maloof saying there are 200 - 250 hours in each rocker, based on highly skilled workers that have been doing the same thing for decades.

      I can picture buying the wood and tools over time to prepare, and then devoting a heck of a lot of trips to the shop.

      Brian
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    5. Rockler Woodworking Plans Patterns Worksheets For First Gradehow to Rockler Woodworking Plans Patterns Worksheets For First Grade for 11-13-2009, 11:12 AM #11
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      I guess you can look at it like that... I look at it like this:

      I''ll have more than 250 hours in it, with way more trips to the shop, but that was part of the allure.

      It''m choosing to think about the steps one at a time... Ok enough jibbajabba: Time to build me a ''!

    6. Rockler Woodworking Plans Patterns Worksheets For First Gradehow to Rockler Woodworking Plans Patterns Worksheets For First Grade for 11-13-2009, 11:27 AM #12 #12
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      Hey Shawn,

      I''t want to fool myself on the way in. I also have to ask myself if I am advanced enough to do this or should I do other projects to learn more of the skills along the way.


      Are you going for walnut on yours?

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    7. Rockler Woodworking Plans Patterns Worksheets For First Gradehow to Rockler Woodworking Plans Patterns Worksheets For First Grade for 11-13-2009, 12:09 PM Rockler Woodworking Plans Patterns Worksheets For First Gradehow to Rockler Woodworking Plans Patterns Worksheets For First Grade for #13
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      Yup, I''re very well written and clearly marked and the video''kits''s a little bit of every tool here: tablesaw work, lots of bandsaw work, lathe work on the front 2 legs, and a lot of hand tapering and smoothing, bent lamination for the rockers.
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    8. 11-13-2009, 1:06 PM #14
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      Maloof Rocker

      Best design approach I''s a link to his site (I''t as difficult, but does require a lot more time than the Blacker chair after the class is over. When you leave, you still have a ton of sanding and some rasp work still to do. Not really cost effective to make it a 10-14 day class when you''s genious is his ability to take complicated designs and build prototypes and eventually a final design and associated templates and to make it manageable for woodworkers with modest skills.

      I just may take this class next year.

      Regards,

      John

    9. 11-20-2009, 5:00 PM 11-20-2009, 5:00 PM #15 #15
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      Shawn,
      I too have decided on Mr. Brocks plans to build my chair in the near future. Would you keep us posted as you progress with your project? thanks!

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