Found Vape Roulette Turntable V1 by SimonD09 (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3281647) but I had some fitment issues that took me on a journey to calibrate my extruder but mostly to understand how shrinking PLA makes small holes smaller than you expect. Lesson learned... plan to finish the hole with a drill bit.
Anyhow, in an effort to fiddle with the holes that accept the 510 Atty's, I redrew the top in Fusion 360. I also added a small pillar in the center to hold an extra head. Changed the locating pins (that fit into the fidget nuts) to be separate pins to avoid having support issues.
Note about printing the pins: You need three. These are small parts. If you print one at a time, they are nice an clean. If you print all 3 at the same time and you might expect some stringing and cleanup work (or another calibration journey and learn all about retraction and hotend temps).
Hotend Temp: 210
Heated Bed: 60
I used a trigger clamp to press each of the three pins into the 3 holes in the top.
608 Bearing... mine was a tad loose. My 3D kit includes Gorilla Super Glue Gel. Yours should too.
M8 nuts...went to local Ace Hardware and bought 3 M8 nuts and 3 ball bearing that fit the inside chamfer (less than $2). M8's were snug. Pressed them in with my friction clamp.
I used 4 3M Bumpons (adhesive rubber bumpers).