Finger Joint Process
Finger Jointing is a Wood processing technique
that enables the jointing of individual pieces of wood together to
form longer lengths. The process involves the machining of
inter-locking finger profiles into each end of small wood pieces.
The ends are the coated with adhesives and meshed together,
end-to-end, under pressure to form a longer piece of wood, which is
known as lamellas. These lamellas are segregated end edge glued to
form a board according to the colors and the quality.