Hey guys - I have personal project i'm working on. I'm NO engineer, so I apologize for my horrible terminology and ignorance in advance. But I was hoping someone here could help me. I'm trying to create a quick clamp instead of using thumb screws on something, so make it faster and easier. currently, in my application, object A slides onto a tube or rod (object C) which is secured to object B. Traditionally I use thumbscrews to tighten down into the T nuts on object A, and then take them off when I'm done. Not a big deal, but I thought I could make an object that could save me some time I was thinking instead of bolts, I could take a bolt and put a notch in it (as shown Object D). then I could make a clamp that has a pin in between the sides or frame, that could HOOK onto the notch, and then clamp down. I would have the outside arc of this clamp be further in relation to the pin (or axis) so that it forces it down and wouldn't want to go past the peak tension point of the arc Basically like Masons jar. What I'm thinking before I try to make this, is that i need some suspension in it, so that when the clamp is locked down there is tension or pressure between the clamp and object B, to form a tight bond. Is this true? are there any other simple ideas that would work to accomplish this task? thanks!!