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    Sticky: You can get post numbers. Not sure if the number...

    You can get post numbers. Not sure if the number stays the same even if someone deletes a post but itís a good start.

    Even after this whole time thinking about it I wonít be smart enough to sit...
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    Sticky: I have read through the whole thread, about 2...

    I have read through the whole thread, about 2 years ago I went through most of it and follow along as I can.

    The hardest part about reading the thread is remembering where you saw something! :lol:
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    Sticky: Thank you. It makes a little bit more sense to...

    Thank you. It makes a little bit more sense to me now. When I get a chance to fire up the printer and print some things I will report back. Thanks for making the video!
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    Sticky: Is the "APP_Bracket_Main" the quick change and...

    Is the "APP_Bracket_Main" the quick change and the spring/tube insert what connects to it to quick change?
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    Sticky: Right now I am just planning on using the APP for...

    Right now I am just planning on using the APP for processing 223 brass using the Dillon casefeeder and a spring. I saw your quick change setup video and will have to look more into that later since...
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    Sticky: Thanks, Im assuming one tube is for the...

    Thanks, Im assuming one tube is for the casefeeder and the other is for the case adapter on the press and it just uses the regular spring connectors?

    For the APP I am trying to run a spring, like...
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    Sticky: Hey Guys, I wanted to see if you guys could help...

    Hey Guys, I wanted to see if you guys could help me out. Maybe it's too late or something but I am looking to connect a spring from my Dillon case feeder to the Lee APP and one from the case feeder...
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    Sticky: I would be really interested in trying these out....

    I would be really interested in trying these out. Do you have something for the connection at the top of the casefeeder also?
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    Sticky: I don’t think that variable layers are worth it...

    I don’t think that variable layers are worth it for the most part.

    The only thing I thought about is doing a variable layer on the base and plates for the top layers so it’s smoothed out. It...
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    Sticky: Yes. That was the 6mm tube. I printed two...

    Yes. That was the 6mm tube.

    I printed two others, a switch and light barrier style, with no issues. Still looks like my printer wasnít extruding enough on those top layers.
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    Sticky: Anyone have any issues with the new drop tubes? I...

    Anyone have any issues with the new drop tubes? I saw this in the slicer before I printed, it is just two walls. I need to check my Esteps and make sure Iím extruding correctly.

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    Sticky: I think the only issue I’d have is with pinning...

    I think the only issue I’d have is with pinning the shaft, it appears it’s much shorter than the Dayton I’m using.
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    Sticky: If you have access to a lunch and a drill press...

    If you have access to a lunch and a drill press itís not bad. I used a pair of vice grips to hold it to the platform and it took 5 seconds to go through.
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    Sticky: I can look tomorrow but I think it’s roughly...

    I can look tomorrow but I think it’s roughly 3/16” - 1/4” from the end.
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    Sticky: I drilled a 1/8" hole and used a 1/8"x1" roll...

    I drilled a 1/8" hole and used a 1/8"x1" roll pin, it seems to work well.
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    Sticky: Great work as usual. You know what else is...

    Great work as usual.

    You know what else is awesome about this is the fact that now there is a center piece that can be printed at a greater infill percentage and/or additional walls for a...
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    Sticky: How is that motor working out for you? I am...

    How is that motor working out for you? I am considering trying that motor because the Mcmaster/Grainger motors are a little excessive for this application.
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    Sticky: On another note, I think this may be Tyler's...

    On another note, I think this may be Tyler's photo but I wanted to see if anyone had the STL for the adapter pictured below for the dillon casefeeder.

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    Sticky: Are you doing that in Cura? I'm currently using...

    Are you doing that in Cura? I'm currently using Prusa and thinking about learning cura just for the plates.

    I jumped on cura with a plate the other day and the print time was nearly twice as...
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    Sticky: Tried the plate this morning, 8.1 for the shaft...

    Tried the plate this morning, 8.1 for the shaft hole was just a bit too small so I ended up running a 21/64 bit through and it fits perfectly.

    Also used some regular 55gr FMJ bullets and had way...
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    Sticky: I thought about it but don’t know how to go about...

    I thought about it but don’t know how to go about it or if it would even solve the problem. I have them on my Dillon casefeed plates but I’m not aware of how they function.
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    Sticky: That makes sense, I think I’m going to put a...

    That makes sense, I think I’m going to put a handle on the plates just for ease of removal once I get everything working properly.

    I’m not overly concerned with the hole position, just that it’s...
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    Sticky: I believe I am using a 1/8" pin as well, I don't...

    I believe I am using a 1/8" pin as well, I don't remember the length but it fit in the #2 plate. This is what I have on the printer now:

    // SHAFT OPTIONS (STANDARD)
    shaft_hole=8.1; //shaft hole...
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    Sticky: Tyler, Speaking of jams destroying the motor here...

    Tyler, Speaking of jams destroying the motor here are a few of my experiences:

    I am using the Dayton Motor, at first I had drilled and put a 3/8 roll pin in the shaft and used your stock #2 plate....
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    Sticky: If you haven’t heard, ARF COM has been kicked...

    If you haven’t heard, ARF COM has been kicked from go daddy.

    I think what you said is closer than everyone thinks. :(
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Abbreviations used in Reloading

BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
GC Gas Check