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Lift, grip and protect your work with Rockler's Bench Cookie® Plus Work Grippers!

Rockler Bench Cookie® Plus Work Grippers

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Newly redesigned, these high-friction rubber pads hold your project rock-steady while sawing, sanding, or routing without the use of clamps. Plus they now include a threaded insert for adding a variety of accessories, that elevate your work and provide plenty of clearance for all your project needs.

Optional accessories available for the Bench Cookie® Plus:

Bench Cookie® Risers: The perfect accessory to add versatility to your Bench Cookie® Plus Work Grippers! Standard Risers (#35142, sold separately) double the height and XL Risers (#34671, sold separately) allow you to double or triple the height of your Bench Cookie® Plus discs when threaded into the center insert.

Bench Cookie® T-Track Risers: T-tracks are renowned for their adjustability, and Bench Cookies® for their versatility - now this simple kit (#46311, sold separately) allows you to combine the two for the ultimate in both! T- Track Risers slide conveniently into your T-track to provide a set of four elevated posts for your Bench Cookie® Plus Work Grippers.

Bench Cookie® Finishing Cones: Bench Cookie® Finishing Cones (#40607, sold separately) lift your project off your bench with minimal surface contact, keeping it stable during the entire finishing process! Custom sized to fit snugly over the Bench Cookies®. Team a set of Bench Cookie® Finishing Cones with a set of Bench Cookie® Plus Work Grippers for a fail-safe project finishing system.

Bench Cookie® Sawhorse Clips: Sawhorses are practical when you need a portable work surface, but workpieces tend to rattle around and get scratched while you saw, rout and sand. Simply slip the clips (#43624, sold separately) over your sawhorses, spin your Bench Cookies® Plus on, and you have a no-mar, no-slip work surface that is easily resizable for any workpiece.

Bench Cookie® Finishing Bridges: Bench Cookie® Finishing Bridges (#46554, sold separately) allow you to balance narrow rails, stiles, dowels and louver stock for finishing. They provide minimal surface contact between the Bench Cookie® Finishing Bridge and your workpiece. Meanwhile, the Work Grippers maintain a non-slip, stable base for the Bridges.

(4) Bench Cookie® Plus Work Grippers
More Information
Brand Rockler
Manufacturer Part Number No
Weight 0.8500
Tech Spec
  • Diameter: 3''
  • Thickness: 1''
Tech Docs
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4.8 / 5.0
233 Reviews
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One of the most used items in my shop. They do a wonderful job of holding stock for cutting routing and or painting.I find they are like clamps, you can't have enough of them.
September 15, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
serve well
They serve their purpose well. Plan to get at least four more.
August 6, 2018
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Cookie Use
I have ordered several cookie packages over the past few months. But I did not order them for use in my wood shop. I have found a very different use for them in my stereo room. Since electronics are so sensitive to heat, I use the bench cookies to separate each piece of equipment. With the design of the cookies, the thickness of them and the non slide feature they provide my equipment has great air flow around each piece. Many uses for these cookies other than wood working. But they are gems in the shop too. If you do not have them your should get a couple packs, you be glad you did.

James H. Sparks
July 30, 2018
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Bench Cookies
More convenient than I thought they were going to be. Nothing moves them, within reason.
July 15, 2018
4 months ago
Great little guys, so many uses for them
July 8, 2018
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great value
Great items to have when woodworking...
June 21, 2018
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
What can I say?
They're bench cookies... Meets my expectations.
June 19, 2018
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works really good for holding workpiece in place when sanding.
June 18, 2018
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
I bought a set of these some time ago when they were on sale. I finally used them last week for some routing operations. I placed them on top of my table saw and the workpiece stuck tightly to the cookies during the operation. I know they will get a lot of use in my workshop. I plan to get more when they're on sale again!
June 16, 2018
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works great!
Excellent replacement to the rubber pad I was using. These hold the would firmly in place for sanding.
June 16, 2018
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
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I can use these for sanding and routing
Charles Gunther G on Sep 21, 2018
i need to be able to lift up work pieces off my work surface.
Alex H on Jul 16, 2018
I can use these for sanding and routing
Charles Gunther G on Sep 21, 2018
needed more for project
Roger T on Aug 7, 2018
i need to be able to lift up work pieces off my work surface.
Alex H on Jul 16, 2018
Saw these on Alice Wilkerson.
Mick W on Jul 12, 2018
had them before very handy
Robert C on Jul 5, 2018
Wanted to try them - Hear good things
Marco R on Jun 28, 2018
saw on web site
Steve G on Jun 27, 2018
Good design for elevating work
Jason B on Jun 25, 2018
Looking for a way to hold work while routing and other tasks.
Harry P on Jun 23, 2018
trying for the first time
Rick K on Jun 12, 2018
Need more
Richard B on Jun 3, 2018
The cookies look like an effective way to hold material when using my router.
William G on May 29, 2018
I have room in my Festool Systainer for 4 more. So...
Christopher H on May 29, 2018
I’ve never used these, but I think they will provide a secure and stable way to work on a variety of materials (kind of like an extra hand).
Evelyn V on May 29, 2018
Have always wanted a set.
Jeffrey F on May 29, 2018
I lost my other Bench Cookies when I moved.
JERRY B on May 28, 2018
These items fit together for use of my Kreg Jig and an assembly table.
John G on May 28, 2018
They are awesome
Marion A on May 28, 2018
needed more in my shop. Don't think you can have too many of these babies!
Ramon A on May 27, 2018
Less calories than chocolate chip. Plus, they work, phenomenally well.
Matthew T on May 27, 2018
Very versatile and stable.
Martin H on May 27, 2018
Trying to build on the tools and convenience of completing projects in my shop.
Loren M on May 26, 2018
Holding a sign for carving
Tim on May 26, 2018
Great item to quickly keep thing in place while saning
Charles W B on May 25, 2018
Already own a set of 4, wanted to increase my set to 8 cookies.
Mark B on May 24, 2018
To use with risers
Daniel H on May 24, 2018
They were recommended to me.
Mike D on May 24, 2018
Been wanting to get them and then they were on sale
JAMES V on May 21, 2018
David L on May 20, 2018
To use with my Stanton Bench.
KARL K on May 20, 2018
looks like a good product
Michael O on May 20, 2018
I use the cookies for painting and staining and I wanted to try the grippers.
JOHN S on May 19, 2018
J J on May 17, 2018
John M on May 17, 2018
need extra
Nancy C on May 17, 2018
Getting ready to build some kitchen cabinets and I know these will come in handy.
Donna H on May 17, 2018
Wanted to try them and they were on sale.
Joyce T on May 16, 2018
going to refinish cabinet doors
james o on May 16, 2018
addition to my work bench
Rick H on May 14, 2018
Will be useful while sanding and finishing profects
HellMack on May 14, 2018
To use with my t-track assembly table. Also, was on sale.
Tanner W on May 12, 2018
Can always use!
Paul L on May 11, 2018
I wanted to see if they really work.
Paul W on May 11, 2018
Maybe my projects will suffer less scratched up surfaces and mars.
Bill B on May 9, 2018
To use with my router.
Starr P on May 9, 2018
They were on sale and looked cool to try with the cones for staining my projects.
John M on May 9, 2018
I work alone on most projects and can always use another hand to keep items in place. These should do the job at a reasonable price.
Mark K on May 8, 2018
come on! COOKIE!
Gerard M on May 8, 2018
looks like it will work good
Russell T on May 8, 2018
To make clamping easier.
Timothy D on May 7, 2018
needed more for project
Roger T on Aug 7, 2018
Saw these on Alice Wilkerson.
Mick W on Jul 12, 2018
There are 2 different versions of this product on your website (black ones and blue ones; Items numbers 53917 and 46902). What's the difference?
Randy F on Dec 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The only Difference is the color and name
how many in the pack?
A shopper on Jul 23, 2015
Is the threaded female insert 1/4"x20? If so, I can use them my photography business, where 1/4"x20 is a standard for tripods, cameras, and accessories. Thanks to whoever knows the answer.
Peter B on Oct 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The insert is for a 5/16"-18TPI
How many in a pack?
ben m on Apr 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: There are four in a plastic package, that also serves as a storage container.
How thick are these things?
Ken S on Sep 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Each of the basic cookies is one (1) inch thick. The threaded insert in each one allows you to add attachments to increase the height.
Can I use these for a lathe if I need to turn slow speed and resand?
James on Mar 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm trying to think how one could use these like that... I'm really not sure you could? I put a couple or 4 on my bench depending on how big my project is... Then put the board piece or project on top of it to keep from sliding around. I don't know much about lathe work but if you were going to try to put this in a chuck, I don't think it would really work?
What is the weight capacity? Can these be used to support furniture while refinishing to keep it from sliding on a concrete floor?
Dan M on Jan 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't hesitate to use the cookies under "normal " furniture, but would hesitate using theme under something like an armorie or large desk or secretary when I would be more likely to use solid wood with cork facing..
How wide are these cookies?
Craig S on Mar 30, 2017