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Strength prediction of epoxy adhesively bonded scarf joints of dissimilar adherends, International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 31:402-411.
A finger-joint cuts away many times less wood than a scarf joint (Madsen and Littleford 1962).
The long scarf joints in laminated beams are a thing of the past, replaced by fingerjoints, which save material without loss of strength.
Where ends of trim meet, join them just like wood: Create "scarf joints," that is, overlapping 45-degree joint.
Splice long pieces of trim with "scarf joints," that is, overlapping 45-degree joints.
These could be in the form of glued splice or scarf joints.