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    Bdale shape class

    has anyone ever takin the surfboard shape and glass class ? at brookdale CC.

    you reccomend it?

    good teacher?

    the hours and days ?

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    i think lbcrew is the teacher

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachbreak View Post
    i think lbcrew is the teacher
    He is or at least he was.

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    I would love to here from some 1 who did it

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    Yes... I teach the class, and I'd be happy to answer any questions about it.

    Also... to anybody who's taken the class... please post up here with feedback, good or bad. I'm always looking for suggestions and ideas about how to improve the class. I'm there to serve you...

    I've made a few good friends through the class, and look forward to it every time... It's a lot of fun for me, and something I believe in.... DIY.

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    i heard its for one week . what are the hours during the day/night? how long is a class? what happens if you cant make it in one day? and whats class like in general?

    I couldnt find any good info from Beatdales website

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    When is it and how much does it cost?

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    Class runs four straight nights... usually 6-9pm. Next one is in May. I usually show up a little early to prep, and you can too. We build one board, and everybody gets dirty... Shape, glass, hotcoat, hardware install... the only thing we don't do is final sanding. On the last night, we put names in a hat and somebody takes it home.

    For the most part, I talk about design theory, construction techniques, and materials selection as we move through the process. I explain each step, demonstrate, then hand over the tool to somebody who steps up to try. I guide them through the step, make some corrections if needed, then we move on to the next step.

    It goes kinda like this... Fist night we planshape, foil, and rough in the bottom contours. Second night we turn the rails, finish shape, and glass the bottom. Third night we glass the deck, flip it, and hotcoat the bottom. Last night we hotocat the deck, flip it, and install the fin boxes.

    If you miss a class, we can talk about making it up. I also have a lot of material to offer... handouts, etc....

    I wish the price was negotiable, but Brookdale does all that. I think the cost is $199 or something like that??? Sorry... not too sure about that. Call the college to find out for sure. It's offered through the office of Business and Community Development.
    Last edited by LBCrew; Feb 21, 2011 at 01:12 AM.

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    Took the class and it changed my life. It's perfect to just get a feel for it and see what actually goes on. LBCREW is an excellent shaper and teacher and will go over every question you may have. I've now shaped 3 boards in just under 2 years and I'm about to get my 4th. It definitely gives you an appreciation for the real artists of the trade.
    I would highly recommend taking it and then jumping down to Belmar to set yourself up with Brian at Greenlight Surf.
    You won't regret it, other than the fact that you'll be broke for the rest of your life if you're obsessed like me.

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    wait wait wait i thought everyone gets a board ? so you guys all make one board and raffle it away ? that must be a burnner for the guys that lose lol

    how many guys in a class? average

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