Finger-jointed

Finger-jointed

High-quality lumber formed by joining small pieces of wood glued end to end, so named because the joint looks like interlocked fingers.
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A common problem with finger-jointed wooden furniture components is chipping in the finger joints due to fiber deviations around sound knots.
Additionally, the house was built using finger-jointed 2x4s, or 2x4s created from scrap pieces that are put together to create the size of wood needed.
Q I am laying 15mm-thick real-wood flooring which is finger-jointed over an existing concrete floor.
The $19-million facility will produce finger-jointed lumber and flange stock by reprocessing trim ends from other mills.
These items can be supplied from solid wood or laminated from smaller finger-jointed pieces.
Residential construction contractors also uses structural engineered wood products and finger-jointed studs that contain adhesives.
The finger-jointed lumber system utilizes scrap lumber, both dry and green, that is normally discarded and converts it into useful lumber for structural and nonstructural uses.
The engineered-wood boards are made of kiln-dried, finger-jointed wood blocks harvested from even-aged timber stands to resist distortion.
Present wood recycling and reuse methods have developed over time using specific product needs for existing markets, such as finger-jointed lumber.
Huntsman Polyurethanes has introduced Linestar engineered lumber adhesive (ELA) systems to the engineered-wood industry for I-beams, finger-jointed lumber, and laminated veneer lumber (LVL).
The pair mated ICF foundations, open-web steel/engineered wood floor trusses, and SIP shell wall and ceiling panels; panelized interior partitions are finger-jointed engineered wood.
Adden's solid beech Essex chairs feature double-doweled joinery, reinforced with finger-jointed, mechanically fastened corner blocks.