Finger jointed materials are manufactured by gluing together pieces of timber that have been notched along a comb-toothed pattern. As a result of this process the dimensional deformations are minimized in comparison to ordinary sawn timber.
– especially in conditions where there exist wide variations in interior and ambient temperatures.
Primary lengths: from 1750 mm to 6000 mm (spaced around 30 cm apart). All materials are four-sided and planed.
Who might be interested in finger jointed materials?
- Furniture manufacturers
- Timber industry
Where are finger jointed materials used?
- In frames – under linings or materials covering walls
- Interior frames of furniture
- Posts of parting walls
- As ventilation slats
- Raw material for windows and doors (materials without branches only!)
What are the advantages of using finger jointed materials?
- finger jointed materials are stronger and more durable than ordinary timber
- cost advantage
- will not alter shape or bend when drying
Dimensions of finger jointed materials currently in stock (given in millimetres) – all materials manufactured from pine
|24||72||branchless||4200||Doors and windows|
|24||85||branchless||4400||Doors and windows|
|24||98||branchless||4400||Doors and windows|
|30||97||branchless||4200||Doors and windows|
|36||123||branchless||4200||Doors and windows|
|36||97||branchless||4830||Doors and windows|
|48||112||branchless||6000||Doors and windows|
|48||137||branchless||6000||Doors and windows|
|48||70||branchless||6000||Doors and windows|
|48||98||branchless||4200||Doors and windows|