Finger jointing has been around for many years but finger jointing was mainly used to utilize offcuts of timber for batons and carcassing, often softwoods. Today finger jointing is used to join pieces of wood together to provide a top quality engineered hardwood product. Finger jointed floors, finger jointed cladding and finger jointed furniture is very highly desired today. Finger jointed timber can utilize timber, allowing defects to be cut out and utilize the good lengths in-between, producing a fine quality product. Finger jointing keeps waste down, and the lengths can be specified and produced to what the client requires, reducing fitting times any expense.