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Knuckle joints are used for fastened assemblies, which can be assembled and disassembled easily. They can also be assembled at high speeds without losing accuracy.

The Knuckle Joint is one of the most common joints in Autodesk Inventor. It is commonly used for connecting two parts to form a rigid connection and can be found on many different types of objects such as robots, chairs, and more.

The different types of knuckle joints are: 1) Metacarpophalangeal joint (MCPJ) - The MCPJ is the joint between your thumb's metacarpal bone and your finger's proximal phalanx bone. 2) Interphalangeal joint (IPJ) - The IPJ is the joint between your thumb's proximal phalanx bone and your finger's distal phalanx bone. 3) Dorsal interphalangeal joint (DIPJ) - The DIPJ is the joint between your index finger's prox

The Knuckle Joint was designed to make the assembly process more efficient. It can be used in many different ways and it is also created with a unique shape that allows for more complex designs.

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