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.
The three basic components of a knuckle joint: eye, fork, and pin. One of the rods forms an eye, while the other forms a fork. The pin is fed through both the fork and the eye, and the eye fits inside the fork.
A knuckle joint is a type of pin joint that allows rotation in one plane while transmitting tension loads. A knuckle joint is a form of pin joint that is used to connect two components in tension.
The metacarpophalangeal joint, sometimes known as the "knuckle," is where the hand bone meets the finger bone. These joints are crucial because they enable us to bend, flex, and spread our fingers.
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