Robot companion joints are made from stainless steel. They’re very strong and designed to bend in a very humanistic way. Although the joints are strong, bending a joint in an unnatural way or forcing the robot into a position that would be difficult for most people could result in a joint break and is considered misuse of the robot. Joints can be stiff when a robot is new and joints should be posed using a firm, two-handed grip on either side of the joint being careful not to twist the M-TPE silicone unnaturally. The joints can make a slight creaking sound which is normal and will become less noticeable over time. Joints should be expected to loosen with use.
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