With finger jointing lines the min. infeed length describes the minimum length of a workpiece that is fed into the system. Smaller workpiece lengths cannot usually be reliably milled, conveyed and pressed.
In contrast to infeed length max mm the technical design is not decisive for the minimum infeed length but exclusively the technical type of the individual finger jointing line. However, it is usually the case that systems with particularly large maximum infeed lengths also require relatively large minimum infeed lengths.
Usually decisive for the minimum workpiece infeed length of a finger jointing line are the conveyance directions, alignment gauges, clamping and holding systems.