Finger Joint

May 20th, 2017

A finger joint is also known as an end-joint in carpentry, joinery and furniture manufacture.  This process is used to join shorter pieces of wood to create a longer piece of wood.  The name derives from how this joint looks like  fingers being interlaced.

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    A finger joint is also known as an end-joint in carpentry, joinery and furniture manufacture. This process is used to join shorter pieces of wood to create a longer piece of wood. The name derives from how this joint looks like fingers being interlaced.

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