This is an updated version of the MoFluxband designed by anandydy529.
This version has smoother edges (more circle slices) and is designed to use 1/4 inch balls instead of 6mm balls. I found the 1/4 inch balls easier to obtain than the metric ones. In my case, I simply purchased some slingshot pellets from a hunting store.
Using this bearing underneath the filament spool substantially reduces drag and ensures a print with less flaws. Please note: Due to the height of this bearing, do NOT close the filament spool compartment whilst using the bearing. It will only cause the filament spool to drag against the roof instead.
The ball bearing will add a little bit more noise to the print, but not annoyingly so.
Important: This print goes to the very edge of what the Flux 3D printer is capable of. To print, you must turn of support and raft, use high quality printing and also go to Advanced -> Expert and change the skirt distance from 10 to 2mm.
To get the best quality print, it is imperative that the first layer is laid down correctly. If you notice that part of the surrounding to circles laid down by the printer has flaws in them, stop the print, clean it up and reapply the glue to ensure everything sticks correctly. Then try another print.
Advanced -> Expert -> Skirt Distance=2
The bearing with the balls inserted
Bearing is in place with the balls facing down. Simply add filament spool and you are ready to print