Finger grooves are made on wood using a fully automatic finger joint machine, and these grooves can then be joined together using adhesive and a pneumatic press. A hardwood block is given to a finger joint machine, which utilises carbide-tipped cutters on both sides to create finger grooves. The wooden blocks are pneumatically or hydraulically clamped before being machined to our specifications. Fully automatic finger joint machine is very safe, reliable and high quality of production and product quality is obtained. Automation is available for finger joint strip pressing and clamping, as well as for clamping, feeding, and task removal. Each of the aforementioned variations can be altered to fit the size, form, and length preferences of the buyer.