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A cooling rack (also known simply as a wire rack) is used to allow air to circulate freely to cool baked goods, and to prevent them getting soggy from condensation.
A tight grid is typically the best format for a cooling rack, to prevent thin baked goods from breaking or falling through.
An alternative is often to flip the baked goods upside down and leave them in the original hot pan.