At Kitmondo, we offer a comprehensive selection of used finger joint machines, essential for crafting strong and precise wood joints in the woodworking industry. These machines are designed to cut, shape, and join wood pieces end-to-end, resulting in long, continuous lengths that boast greater strength and stability compared to traditional joints. Our inventory ranges from €15,000 for basic models to €150,000 for advanced, high-capacity units from renowned brands like Weinig, Grecon, Omga, and System TM. Each machine is equipped with unique features such as joint profile, production speed, wood size capacity, and automation levels to meet your specific production needs.

When choosing a finger joint machine, it’s important to consider factors such as the type of wood being processed, the required joint strength and precision, production volume, and the ease of operation and maintenance. These aspects are vital for achieving high-quality joints, optimizing production efficiency, and minimizing waste. Investing in used finger joint machines from Kitmondo not only grants access to top-tier equipment at significantly reduced prices but also supports sustainable practices by extending the life of durable machinery.

Explore Kitmondo’s listings today to find dependable finger joint machines that offer exceptional performance and value for your woodworking needs. Trust Kitmondo's commitment to excellent customer service to help you select the perfect finger joint machine to enhance your woodworking operations.

MAGNYS ITALY MOD M10 Finger Joint machine

Year: 2018

Working width 1000 mm
Glue application Yes
Spindle Power 16 kW
Working thickness 45 mm
Type Automatic
Feeding conveyor Yes

CHANG I IN CI-VCB4-IVSS Finger Joint machine

Year: 2022

Working width 1300 mm
Glue application Yes
Feeding conveyor Yes
Working thickness 1 mm
Type Automatic
Delivery conveyor Yes

KUPER ZiZu Finger Joint machine

Year: 2002

Working width 330 mm
Glue application Yes
Feeding conveyor Yes
Working thickness 0.8 mm
Type Automatic
Delivery conveyor Yes

Fisher+Ruckle Omnimaster Finger Joint machine

Year: 2006

Working width 1200 mm
Glue application Yes
Feeding conveyor Yes
Working thickness 0.9 mm
Type Automatic
Delivery conveyor Yes


Year: 2004

Working width 2800 mm
Working thickness 1.5 mm

GOMA FC-10 KZ6 Finger Joint machine

Year: 2002

Working width 160 mm
Spindle Power 6 kW
Working thickness 80 mm

Finger Jointing Line Famad PDFD (not Goma, Grecon Dimter)

Year: 1999

Working width 600 mm
Glue application Yes
Spindle Power 15 kW
Working thickness 70 mm
Type Automatic
Feeding conveyor

INNOVATOR TrimSmart 3400 Finger Joint machine

Year: 2015

Working width 3400 mm
Glue application No
Feeding conveyor Yes
Working thickness 1.5 mm
Type Automatic
Delivery conveyor Yes

KUPER ACR/3100 Finger Joint machine

Year: 1998

Working width 3100 mm
Glue application Yes
Working thickness 2 mm
Spindle Power 22 kW

Used KUPER FW1150 sheet joining machine


Working width 1150 mm
Spindle Power 1.5 kW
Working thickness 3 mm

Used KUPER FW1200 E Wood sheet joining machine


Wood sheet joining machine, model FW1200 E made by Kuper, suitable for joining wood sheets. Used, overhauled with warranty.

Finger Jointing Line GOMA MLKT (not FAMAD, Grecon Dimter)


Glue application Yes
Spindle Power 11 kW
Type Semi-Automatic



Working width 800 mm
Type Semi-Automatic
Glue application Yes

Casati Z1000 Finger Joint machine

Year: 2021

Working width 1000 mm
Glue application Yes
Working thickness 1.5 mm
Spindle Power 0.8 kW

9,280 €

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RUKLE - Finger Joint machine

Year: 1989

Working width 2800 mm
Spindle Power 5 kW
Glue application Yes

RÜCKLE FZS 21.1 Finger Joint machine

Year: 1978

Working width 2100 mm
Glue application Yes
Working thickness 5 mm
Spindle Power 16 kW

STAKMA Palletmax Finger Joint machine

Year: 2022

Automatic table for pallets produce from STAKMA. You can produce everytype of pallets, very small and even 4m long. Change over time is just 1-10min. Capacity starts from 600-700 pallets per 8h and just 2 operators you need. We have options with the robots too. Price starts from 45 000 euro for automatic table and 110 000 euro for tripple …

Optimizing Woodworking with Finger Joint Machines: A Complete Guide

Finger joint machines are pivotal in woodworking, enabling the creation of robust, interlocking joints that enhance the structural integrity of wood products. These machines are essential for producing high-quality joints efficiently, making them ideal for a variety of applications such as furniture, doors, windows, and structural components. Understanding the different types, features, and purchasing considerations of finger joint machines can greatly improve your woodworking operations. Kitmondo, a premier online marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a broad selection of finger joint machines, ensuring access to high-quality equipment at competitive prices.

Understanding Finger Joint Machines

Finger joint machines are specialized tools designed to produce finger joints, which consist of a series of interlocking cuts that resemble fingers. These joints are favored for their strength and stability, providing superior performance compared to other joint types. They are widely used in the production of furniture, doors, windows, and various structural elements.

Types of Finger Joint Machines

Finger joint machines come in various configurations to cater to different production needs. Here’s a detailed overview of the main types:

Horizontal Finger Joint Machines

Horizontal finger joint machines cut joints horizontally, ideal for longer wood pieces and ensuring robust and reliable joints.

  • Single-End Horizontal Machines: Cut finger joints on one end of the wood piece at a time, suitable for smaller operations and lower production volumes.
  • Double-End Horizontal Machines: Cut finger joints on both ends of the wood piece simultaneously, significantly increasing production speed and efficiency.

Vertical Finger Joint Machines

Vertical finger joint machines cut joints vertically, perfect for shorter pieces of wood, often used in creating small furniture components and detailed woodworking tasks.

  • Single-End Vertical Machines: Cut finger joints on one end of the wood piece, ideal for precision work and smaller batches.
  • Double-End Vertical Machines: Cut finger joints on both ends of the wood piece at the same time, boosting efficiency for larger production runs.

Automated Finger Joint Machines

Automated machines incorporate advanced features, reducing manual intervention and increasing precision and productivity.

  • CNC Finger Joint Machines: Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines offer high precision and automation, perfect for complex and high-volume production.
  • Semi-Automatic Finger Joint Machines: Combine manual and automated features, providing a balance of control and efficiency.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting a finger joint machine, consider the following features and specifications to ensure it meets your operational requirements:

Joint Size and Configuration

The size and configuration of the joints determine their strength and suitability for different applications. Ensure the machine can produce the specific joint sizes you need. Kitmondo’s listings provide detailed specifications on joint size and configuration to help you find the right machine.

Speed and Efficiency

The machine's speed affects production throughput. Higher speeds facilitate faster processing, essential for large-scale operations. Look for machines with adjustable speed settings to accommodate varying production needs.

Precision and Accuracy

Precision is crucial for creating strong, reliable joints. Advanced machines offer high precision, ensuring consistent and tight-fitting joints. Consider the machine’s cutting accuracy and repeatability.

Automation and Control

Advanced automation and control systems enhance precision, consistency, and efficiency. Features such as programmable settings, touch-screen interfaces, real-time monitoring, and automated adjustments can significantly boost productivity.

Build Quality and Durability

The machine's build quality and durability are essential for long-term efficiency. Machines constructed from high-quality materials, such as robust steel frames and durable cutting components, are more resistant to wear and tear. Easy-to-maintain designs and accessible components simplify maintenance, reducing downtime and operational costs.

Safety Features

Safety is paramount in woodworking. Look for machines with safety features like emergency stop buttons, protective guards, and automatic shutdown mechanisms to protect operators and equipment.

Leading Brands in Finger Joint Machines

Reputable brands ensure higher quality and better support. Some top brands in the finger joint machine market include:

  • Weinig: Known for high-precision and innovative machines, suitable for various woodworking applications.
  • Grecon: Renowned for durable and advanced technology, popular in the woodworking industry.
  • System TM: Offers high-performance machines known for reliability and efficiency in demanding applications.
  • Dimter: Provides versatile and robust machines, ideal for large-scale operations.
  • Leadermac: Known for precision and high-speed jointing, suitable for complex and high-volume production.

Kitmondo features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used Finger Joint Machines

The cost of used finger joint machines varies widely based on age, condition, brand, and features. Prices generally range from several thousand to several tens of thousands of dollars. For instance, a used Weinig horizontal machine might cost between $20,000 and $50,000, while a high-end Grecon automated machine could range from $50,000 to $100,000. Kitmondo’s marketplace offers diverse pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.


Finger joint machines are essential in the woodworking industry, offering efficient and reliable solutions for creating strong and durable joints. By understanding the different types of machines and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions that enhance their operational capabilities. Kitmondo offers a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, providing detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need a horizontal, vertical, or automated finger joint machine, Kitmondo’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your woodworking operations