Universal finger joint

In frame corners of three- and two-hinged glulam frames, finger joints according to DIN EN 387 are a common choice for connecting two parts. The use of finger joints enables the transport of components and avoids the need for gluing the individual parts on site. Then, workshop conditions must be created when making the finger joints.

Manufacture of finger joints

The joints are always made in the angle bisector of the adjacent fibre directions.


Individual glulam

With our glued laminated timber (glulam), individual constructions can be built, because we produce the components in almost any shape and size – entirely according to your wishes. The kiln-dried wooden boards are joined together by finger-jointing to form long lamellas. Discover our wide range of glulam products.

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