Rockler’s new Bench Cookie Cones are a new Bench Cookie attachment that can be used to raise workpieces for finishing without being marred or damaged.
As a follow-up to their immensely popular Bench Cookie Work Grippers, Rockler introduced a new Plus edition, and a more stylish home edition. If you have signed up for Rockler’s free catalog, you may have already seen these new Bench Cookies on the front page of this month’s catalog.
We’ve talked about Rockler’s Bench Cookies before, and even the new rebranded set by Bench Dog. These nifty hockey puck-sized non-marring workpiece elevators are great for many types of jobs – painting, routing, sanding, drilling, and the list goes on. We love ’em, and have been seeing many positive user reviews about them on the […]
Bench Dog has recently launched their own line of woodworking Bench Cookies. No doubt these cookies are a licensed or rebranded version of Rockler’s design, but what this means is that Bench Cookies may soon reach a much larger audience. Bench Dog’s new Bench Cookie release comes hot on the heels of Rockler’s own launch […]
Rockler’s Bench Cookies are puck-sizes spacers with a grippy pad on both sides. These can be used to lift your workpiece above your work table to facilitate edge routing, and many other tasks. Bench Cookies “lift, grip, and protect.” To summarize, Bench Cookies offer 1″ clearance below workpieces, they grip workpieces to prevent lateral movements […]