Fingerjointing method is used by companies manufacturing in industrial scale. Fingerjoints are created by making a set of rectangular cuts using special saws in two pieces of wood, which are then glued together to form long pieces of material. The advantage of fingerjointed material is the constant size of the end product. Glued together using polyurethane adhesives, these little pieces will create fixed long lengths, stable and defect free boards.
The tendency to work (twisting, bending) is reduced due to both Thermowood and multi-layer lamination.