Finger joints (also known as comb joints) are a wood joint technique that gets its name from the cross-section looking like interlocking fingers. The fingers are made by cutting complementing triangles or rectangles in two pieces of wood that are glued together to form a complete piece. It is one of the strongest woodworking joint techniques which creates greater strength in the joint than the stud itself.
Stirling Machinery has the right Finger Jointer system for your operation, with applications ranging from bespoke furniture making to high scale sawmills and engineered products. Our machines have customisable levels of automation for either manual, semi-automatic or fully automatic operation. Our five different machines, starting at the entry-level A Series, and scaling up to our industrial S Series unit, offer key features such as:
- Timber thickness between 20mm to 80mm
- Timber width up to 250mm
- Up to 10 cycles per minute
- Press length from 2500mm to endless
- Horizontal or Vertical Joints
Our machines are fast, accurate and smooth, designed for consistent and reliable output that can be customised to your operating requirements. Use our Comparison Tool to assess which machine is right for your operation.