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The knuckle pin is a mechanical fastener used in the aerospace industry of Autodesk Inventor. This part can hold a part in place while welding or act as a stop to avoid over-bending. It can be used in many industries but is commonly found on airplanes and spacecrafts.

The collar pin is a type of fastener that is used in industry to secure the edge of a part or assembly to the work piece. It provides rigidity and limits the amount of deformation on a part being assembled.

The taper pin is a cylindrical metal device which is used in the manufacturing and industrial sectors. The two main jobs for this metal device are to hold parts in place and to increase the strength of the part. It also has another job which is specific to Autodesk Inventor, which is to create or vary the size of a 3D model as it's drawn.

In drafting, pins are used to join together the various parts of a model. There are four different types of pins in Autodesk Inventor: normal, semi-circle, corner and straight.

Autodesk Inventor is a powerful 3D modeling software that enables users to design a wide range of functional objects. It uses different pins to support the parts and assemblies of the design. These pins can help with building larger designs and adding functionality to the design in a more efficient way.

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