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Bench Cookies

Enjoy cookies with your woodworking

Leave it to the guys in hockey-mad Minnesota to come up with the puck-like Bench Cookies. With a rubbery, textured pad on each face, these pads grip workpiece and workbench equally well, even when routing. And the 1" thickness elevates the workpiece to allow clearance for router-bit bearing screws, as well as access to edges for finishing tasks.

Rockler Bench Cookies, $12 per 4-pack
800-279-4441, rockler.com

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Comments (7)
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Old Picker wrote:

Quality item indeed. They actually perform as advertised .. a rarity theses days.

8/17/2010 03:58:54 AM Report Abuse
turmik37 wrote:

Shelf liner does not work just as well. These actually perform as advertized. Maybe even better.

4/4/2010 03:44:44 PM Report Abuse
davidmcraig wrote:

I have seen a few people mention that shelf liners on a hardwood would duplicate the bench cookie performance. I am afraid I would have to disagree. The material used in the non-slip surface of the cookie is like a gel. It works much better than a shelf liner could. You just have to try a set to know what I mean.

4/1/2010 12:51:40 PM Report Abuse
kkkahn wrote:

Love my blue pucks. Have 3 sets, work great when routing big pieces. Nothing moves unless I want it to move.

1/4/2010 10:24:20 PM Report Abuse
Bob from Northwest Florida wrote:

These 'pucks' really work.

1/2/2010 01:57:16 PM Report Abuse
birchwoodguy wrote:

If you pick out some small pieces of heavy wood, run a hole saw through them and then glue on non-slip shelf liner on each face they work just as well. Robert.

12/31/2009 10:48:24 PM Report Abuse
caborst3 wrote:

Rockler had free shipping so I purchased these and some other items I've been wanting. They work great!

12/31/2009 09:36:52 PM Report Abuse

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