Minifinger profiles are used for the longitudinal joint of solid wood in load-bearing and non-load-bearing applications. The differences between the individual finger profiles are as varied as the requirements of the corresponding finished products.
When designing the profiles, the overall process must be taken into account. Customer-specific profile design is key for an optimum joint. Above all, tough and wear-resistant cutting materials guarantee long tool life and the break resistance of the fingers.
With its broad and flexible product range, Leitz offers the right solutions for long-lasting joints.
Minifinger joint cutter
Tipped minifinger joint cutters from Leitz impress with their high-profile accuracy, simple handling and robust design.
Minifinger joint cutterheads
In combination with shoulder cutters, Minifinger joint cutterheads with exchangeable cutting edges are particularly economical and can be used for a wide range of applications.
Minifinger disc cutters
For the flexible construction of corresponding wood thicknesses, in combination with shoulder cutters, disc cutters are the ideal solution.
Scoring sawblades and hoggers
Scoring circular sawblades and hoggers play a significant role in the quality of the minifinger joint. Only with the high quality of the cutting edge can the strength and appropriate appearance of the joint be ensured.