Finger jointing line

Extra-long logs and laminated beams are made by finger jointing shorter pieces together. Small “fingers” are cut in the ends of the pieces, which are then joined together with glue. Finger jointing is a way to make the joints extremely strong. There are a number of different methods for making finger joints, but the technology that we use guarantees that the joint is safe and the finished product has a clean and elaborate look.

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