I'm designing an automated object capture turntable (take photos -> photogrammetry) where the platform the object sits need to rotate, driven by a stepper.
The catch is the base is glass as I need to view the object from beneath and the bearing sits around the edge of the glass plate, not at it's center.
This is the bearing I'll be ordering, it has a 24" diameter: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071CPFCYS/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A2ZKGRENV5NC9J&th=1
Now I need a way to mechanically couple a stepper motor to the inside or outside of the bearing. I'd like to use something more precise like timing belt as opposed to rollers.
Is there an existing product/technique for interfacing large wheels with stepper motors?
Update: As per jsotola's suggestion I did some searching, best thing I could find was this: Scooter Wheel Adapter for 5mm Shaft
My origional ideas was to glue gt2 belt around the inside/outside, only just rediscovered the link to my inspiration: Make Your Own Gears Out of Wood and Timing Belts