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Dillon Super 1050 with Mark 7 Auto Drive


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Seen it set up at Area 6 earlier this year. Incredible system. Complete automation with safety features. I would have bought it on the spot if I had the funds to do so.

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Seen it set up at Area 6 earlier this year. Incredible system. Complete automation with safety features. I would have bought it on the spot if I had the funds to do so.

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I saw it too at A6, man, that's awesome!

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I setup a PLCto operate one of mine a few years ago, it also checks for powder charge and will stop if it is high or low.

This is how it works.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrFhnDQ-eUU

Thread here. http://www.brianenos.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=156851&hl=%2Bcomputer+%2Bcontrolled+%2B1050#entry1870581

There is a "dwell" inherent with a "locomotive" style drive because the connecting rod speed slows, stops and then speeds up at each end of the stroke.

Never had a problem with powder having enough time to fall, Camdex and Ammo load machines run much faster than 1800 rounds without adding a bunch of time at BDC.

Even loading .223 manually I can run in the 2000 rounds per minute, dropping 25 grains of powder without issues.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=La83ZVKnBzw

Looks pretty good though, like the "bells and whistles".

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  • 4 months later...

Mr Morris, you sure your this fast. WOW "Even loading .223 manually I can run in the 2000 rounds per minute" I may have you use my BS card there.

Ha, at first I thought "wait what" then I reread jmorris' post. Indeed that is really, really fast.

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