Note that the outcome rotational velocity may differ from the input because of compliance in the joints. Stiffer compliance can lead to more accurate tracking, but higher internal torques and vibrations.
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In the second method, the axes of the input and output shafts are offset by a specified angle. The angle of every universal joint is half of the angular offset of the type and output axes.

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This example shows two methods to create a regular rotational velocity output using universal joints. In the first of all method, the angle of the universal joints is certainly exactly opposite. The output shaft axis can be parallel to the input shaft axis, but offset by some distance.

Multiple joints can be utilized to create a multi-articulated system.