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  • Connecting Rod

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The knuckle joint is a form of mechanical joint that is used in structures to connect two crossing cylindrical rods with axes that are in the same plane. Between the cylindrical rods, it allows for some angular movement (in their plane). It has been built specifically to withstand tensile loads.

When a tiny amount of flexibility or angular moment is required, a knuckle joint is a mechanical junction used to connect two rods that are under a tensile load. Axial or linear lines of load action are always present.

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