That's funny -- I saved my templates as I went along "just in case" -- like I do for just about any odd custom project that needs special templates. But I also commented to the guy that works for me in my shop, that I hope nobody says they want one lol. They were one heck of a lot of work!yea good work. ill take 8 of them when can you get them shipped out.
I think they are pretty rugged. They are also pretty heavy and do not lend themselves to tipping the chair back, which probably will help them survive a good long time. What you cannot see from the angle I took the pic is that there is a flat piece about 4" wide under the footrest that connects between the two front legs and supports the footrest, along with the little brackets you can just barely see peaking out from under.Steve, I don't doubt for a minute that these chairs require a lot of time and work - and accordingly raise a question with me. Are they designed to withstand the abuse they would get in a commercial poolroom, or rather for someone's private rec room? Specifically, I am looking at the foot-rests and the absence of diagonal bracing.