Finger Joint

The finger joint (also known as a comb joint) board is a woodworking joint made by cutting a set of complementary rectangular cuts in two pieces of wood, which are then glued. To visualize a finger joint simply interlock the fingers of your hands at a ninety degree angle; hence the name "finger joint."

It is stronger than a butt or lap joint, and often forms part of the overall look of the piece. It can be used to make joinery material, beams, table tops, parquet flooring, Cabinet shutters, Wardrobe panels, Stave panels and Staircase panels.

We, at WOODINI, are dealing in solid wood finger jointed board of BEECH WOOD. It is as durable as any other wood. We can provide any size of boards and any color.

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Wood Press

Laminating-Press with the clamping range of 1000mm. The max. Glueing height is 160mm. All machines equipped with ALTEC-POWER-LINE-PRESSURE-BEAM PL-075. The PL-075 is charactered through the press stroke of 100mm, the angle compensation of 70mm.

The force of pressure reach with 10 bar air-pressure at 80.000N (8 to) per meter press length. Machine is equipped with single Hold-Down-Clamps placed in the middle of two pressure beams.

The pneumatic actuation operate with an hold-down pressure of 6000N per Hold-Down-Clamp.

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Wide-belt Sanding

The automatic wide belt sander is used to process panels in order to fine-tune their dimensions and/or sand them to smooth off their surfaces in preparation for finishing.

The calibration phase allows for any reduction in the thickness of the panel by removing a layer and ensuring it is perfectly straight; while the sander renders the surface completely smooth. Both phases take place as the panel passes under the abrasive belts that are of varying degrees of abrasiveness depending on how much material needs to be removed and the type of wood being worked.

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