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  1. The Case Extraction system is a patent pending product produced by AmmoBot LLC for use only with AmmoBot Rev2 (or newer when the time comes) auto drive systems. You are correct, however, as it works amazingly well for separating small primer 45 ACP and 45 GAP cases from large primer cases while processing without the need to manually remove the cases. It is very consistent as well. You can just put a small 6" bucket next to the machine and it will just toss the rejected cases right into it.
  2. Let us know what it comes to. You can contact me directly regarding order information and possible replacement if necessary.
  3. Does it get too hot to touch? You may have a motor problem.
  4. It's due to the motor inductance building up enough of a charge to back feed power into the drive. When there is enough power the drive "enables" causing the motor to try to hold whatever position it is in. @MeatPuppet is right. It's all sciency. ?
  5. It is suggested to put a small fan your bench that will move air across the cooling fins on the motor. Heat builds up faster than can be dissipated during long sessions. Lots of power going through that motor. It gets "rough" because the motor body expands under high heat and makes the internal tolerances tighter.
  6. Here is the link to another forum thread where an owner speaks of his experience with his AmmoBot. http://www.brianenos.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=193588&page=4#entry2494961
  7. I'm an AmmoBot owner. We now have a vendor forum. I am also willing to answer any questions you have.
  8. There are other players in the game now. You should take another look and see what's out there. In my humble opinion, PW isn't even an option. I've used one myself and spent more time fixing a broken press than actually loading ammo.
  9. That's not the same machine you had in your previous video. Part of the problem with a rotary drive is that it requires modification to the 1050. The AmmoBot is a bolt on.
  10. It does keep going. The machine stops automatically when it runs out of primers, so that is an excellent opportunity to fill the powder hopper when necessary. None of the companies that build automation for the 1050 recommend running their machine unsupervised, including us. So, there shouldn't be a problem with running out of powder.
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