Fingerjoint Oak Panels, A/B quality
A wood panel is glued together wooden workpieces (lamellas). When they are glued together along thewidth and length, it is a fingerjoint panel.
A fingerjoint panel looks like parquet. It is assembled from huge number of small workpieces. Depending on the quality, panels may be of the same tone (quality - A), or they may differ in color (quality B-C). Such panels are cheaper than edge glued panels.
Fingerjoint panels are commonly used for windowsills, tabletops and wooden details.