Finger joints are commonly used to produce long boards from short length timber. Such joints are acceptable in structural timber and in laminations for glulam. The adhesives normally used for finger-jointing are melamine/urea/formaldehyde and phenol/resorcinol/formaldehyde, which require lengthy periods to set. There is therefore a 1-day delay between finger-jointing and further processing and dispatch, which is inconvenient and interferes with production flow.