I’m making something that requires clamping two components tight together (to remove any play/wobble) which also need to rotate to fold down. I thought about clamping them together using a bearing with a threaded rod (m6 or m8 sort of size) on one end such as you find in castor wheels with a spring loaded lock pin to hold it in certain positions, but I cannot for the life of me find a bolt attached to a bearing or anything remotely similar to what I’m looking for. I know something will be out there but what it’s called is anyones guess.
The only similar solution I can think of is sticking a bolt through from one side, through a bearing such as the one pictured below in the next component with a nut tightening down on to the face on the other side of the bearing, if that would work?
I know there are more simple and conventional ways of doing it such as just using a normal bolt and loosening it off but ease/speed of use and cosmetic appeal will be impacted by having handles or wingnuts sticking out the top, which is what I’m striving for.
Thanks for any suggestions.