Brushed and Calibrated National Native Woods
Pino Finger Joint
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Scientific Name: Pinus Radiata
Wood of the same species of Radiata Pine or California, however, this type of wood is subjected to a previous process of cutting and recovery of pieces of low quality and classification. From there small pieces are obtained free of knots, deformations and cracks typical of the radiata pine. After the recovery, the hundreds of pieces will go through a process of milling their ends to finish by pressing and gluing each of those pieces to compose boards of greater length and width. It is a known and old process, if done with the right machinery and suitable adhesives, we will continue to have a low resistance wood and finish, however it will be free of knots and the appearance will be less rustic. The Finger Joint process can usually be seen in some products such as wooden handrails, wooden pilasters, wooden doors and windows.