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Wooden Gear Clock

Additional exploded drawings and a video of the clock in action
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A Tale of Two Frogs video

Watch the frog boxes crawl or hop, open, and close their mouths ...
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Building a Boomerang Launcher

Use scrap pine, rubber bands, and cardboard to build a fun toy with and for kids...
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Steampunk Puzzle Box

Follow the clues to unlock the gears and reveal a hidden box...
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Shark Bait Kinetic Sculpture Video

Amaze viewers with these irregularly shaped working gears...
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Making a Wooden Gear Clock-video

See the wooden gear clock in motion...
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Bouncing Buggy Toy - Finished Woodworking Project in Action

See the Bouncing Buggy Toy in action - as featured in the Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts GIZMOS & GADGETS special issue.     Like this ...
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Rapid-Fire Rubber Band Gun

This hand-crank gun shoots rubber bands up to 25 feet - as featured in the Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts GIZMOS & GADGETS special issue.   ...
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Making a Smoke Grinder

Practice accurate cuts by making this intriguing beginner project - as featured in the Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts GIZMOS & GADGETS special issue.     ...
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Wood-Splitting Whirligig - the video

Here is a video of a working Wood-Splitting Whirligig - as featured in the Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts GIZMOS & GADGETS special issue.     ...
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Gary MacKay
Gary MacKay is a designer and box maker who lives with his wife, Helen, in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He
has been designing, making, and selling boxes in craft galleries for more than 20 years.

Gary first started woodworking during his high school years when he used a jigsaw to make an end table from pine. After buying a band saw in 1985, he sold band saw boxes through consignment shops in northern Vermont. Now, he concentrates on designing and making wooden items that can be cut on a scroll saw. He is currently juried through the South Carolina Artisans Center, one of the craft galleries where his work is on display.

Gary likes to use his scrap wood to make snowflake ornaments and intarsia projects. Whenever he is not working in his woodshop, he can be found out on the golf course or in the vegetable garden. Gary is a frequent contributor to Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts magazine. more