Door Frame Finger Joint
A tapered or scarfed finger joint is the most common joint used to form long pieces of lumber from solid boards; the result is finger-jointed lumber.
The finger joint can also be invaluable when fixing tables and chairs and also can be used in such things as floor boards, timber roof and door construction. This is also used in design technology for students. Finger joints can be hard to make without the right tools.
|Size:||2″ x 4″ x 34″ x 84″|
|2″ x 5″ x 34″ x 84″|
|2″ x 5″ x 36″ x 84″|