Senior Design Project Survey

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    Senior Design Project Survey

    Hey everyone, long time lurker here. I have a survey that I would really appreciate your input on. Shouldn't take more than 5 minutes

    The closest thing on the market is the Ponsness-Warren Autodrive. Essentially it controls the up and down, thats it. (Case and bullet feeders already exist, so that's taken care of). What I'm looking to do is basically have a check at each station. Primer, powder (level/amount!), bullet seat, possibly case gage it. Any failure will essentially stop the system.

    Now, I'm not looking to mass produce this at all, I'm just looking for something that would be fun (and hey, an excuse to buy a Dillon 650!) and interesting for my project. (It's unlikely I'll ever use this to produce more than a couple rounds/demo at the expo)

    Link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...Z3M0OEFYdGc6MQ

    Thanks,
    Corey

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    Sorry to say but your link is not working, so you cant get any remarks about your project.

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