Finger-joint solid wood panel consists of short lamellas, boards planned from all sides. The lamellas are glued to each other by 4 sides.

finger-joint solid wood panels in oak AB quality
form AA to CC/rustic
beech, oak, ash, maple
8% (+/- 2%)
length: 500 - 6000 mm
width: 100 - 1250 mm
thickness: 18 - 80 mm
adhesives D3 and D4

The advantage of finger-joint panels is that they are less prone to warping and twisting than traditional solid wood panels. This is because the fingers are glued together in the direction of the width and length, which provides possibility to make a large dimensions of panels, increased stability and resistance to changes in humidity and temperature.

When it comes to aesthetics, finger-joint panels can also offer a unique and attractive look. The finger-joints are usually visible on the finished product, creating an interesting and natural pattern.

Finger-joint panels are also environmentally friendly. They can be made from reclaimed or sustainably harvested wood, and they help reduce waste by using smaller pieces of wood that would otherwise be discarded.

In summary, finger-joint panels are an excellent choice for furniture, cabinetry, and flooring applications. They are cost-effective, sustainable, stable and offer unique aesthetic patterns.