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Help for rotatable foundation (copper sleeve and guide-rail in combination)

Help for rotatable foundation (copper sleeve and guide-rail in combination)

Help for rotatable foundation (copper sleeve and guide-rail in combination)

Hello everyone and respect for all....

I am kindly asking you if anyone can help me with the conceptual solution for rotational equipment foundation.
The equipment is lying on galvanized platform (grating 25mm).
The equipment weighs 320 Kg, and as base it has his own U-profile for mounting (bolt-mounting).

It should be able to rotate on fixed guide-rails (on grating) in front part so it can be moved in the new position of 45 degrees.
The turning point (which is fixed) could be a copper sleeve or something similar.

Can anyone help me with the proposal?
Or maybe if anyone can guide me where I can see some similar solution.

I really appreciate any kind of suggestions and ideas.
Thank you in advance

Link for image for better understanding of the arrangement (plan view):

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