Finger-Jointed Timber

Finger-Jointed Timber

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Finger-Jointed Timber

Our company specializes in the production of finger-jointed sawn timber, which is used in the construction of frame structures. By using finger joints, we are able to create timber products that are longer, straighter and more precise than traditional methods. This results in high-quality sawn timber that is tailored to the customer’s needs and has superior machining and strength properties. A finger joint, also known as a comb joint, is a type of woodworking joint that is made by cutting interlocking profiles in two pieces of wood and gluing them together. The name “finger joint” comes from the cross-section of the joint, which looks like fingers interlocking. Finger joints are known for their strength, but not for their appearance, so they are often used in joinery and carpentry works that are hidden.

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Finger-jointed timber is a type of wood product made by joining smaller pieces of wood together using a mechanical joint called a finger joint. This type of wood is stronger, longer and more stable than solid wood. It can be used in various applications and it is less expensive than solid wood. Finger-jointed timber is also versatile, as it can be used in construction, flooring, furniture, and decorative applications.


We construct our Marine plywood by glueing marine veneers with a negligible gap between each veneer, creating a hardwearing sheet that is also light and malleable. Comparably, this glued plywood sheet is a lighter and cheaper alternative to pure solid wood.


Marine ply has a smooth surface that’s ideal for painting, staining, and lacquering, but can be equally stunning without any finishing applications to highlight the clean, blemish-free wood. When used without finishing, our marine plywoods are still fully capable of protection against moisture.


Built with a negligible core gap, our marine plywood sheets reduce the likelihood of water getting trapped between the layers. This provides a strong and stable glue board for extra strength as it prevets expansion or rotting that could otherwise lower the integrity of the sheet.


Compared to a solid piece of water-resistant wood of the same size, our marine plywood works out as an inexpensive solution yet delivers the same desired aesthetic and properties.


All of our marine plywood sheets are perfectly easy to machine and cut, allowing us to customise your sheet to fit any requirements that you require.

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Finger-jointed timber has better strength and stability than solid wood and may be manufactured in larger lengths, overcoming the limitation that wood faces in certain applications. As a result, it is frequently used as a replacement to solid wood in building structures, engineered wood floors, furniture, and ornamental elements. Here are some of the common industries which apply the material:


In the construction sector, finger-jointed timber is frequently used as a substitute for solid wood in applications such as framing, trusses, and studs. As it is often more stable and stronger than solid wood, its unique qualities make it an excellent alternative for usage in certain applications.


Owing to its strength and durability, finger-jointed timber is often utilised in the manufacture of flooring, particularly engineered wood flooring.


Finger-jointed wood is often used in furniture construction, especially for things that require longer lengths of wood, such as tables and desks.

Decorative applications

Because it can be polished and stained to match other wood products, finger-jointed timber can also be utilised in decorative applications such as mouldings and trim work.


Finger-jointed wood is sometimes used to make packaging materials, especially for objects that must be delivered or stored in moist or humid circumstances.

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