$29.99 for the a/c adapter and $14.99 for two (2) 4" LED strips
I bought the cheapest Lee single-stage press, the Lee Bulge-Buster kit, and a .40S&W Lee crimp die, and mounted the assembly inside the area of the Dillon Strong Mount. It saves bench space and does not interfere with the operation of the press or the reloading process.
some guy on the internet said:So in an attempt to improve consistency with metering powder for my rifle loads, I strapped a fish tank aerator to the side of my powder hopper (as several people on the internet had suggested) and tried porting the air output to the vent hole on the powder measure body. It seems to meter much more consistently now. With five throws, all read exactly the same on my balance beam scale.
Obviously I need to get a larger sample, but previously I would expect to see +/- 0.2gr or so with RL-22 in that many throws.
http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?threadid=3420949&pagenumber=56&perpage=40#post407206535B.S. DuBois said:Link for that one poop?
The aerator is a vibratory pump (basically a bellows that oscillates really fast because of the way the solenoid inside it is set up), so it vibrates the powder measure, causing the powder to settle a bit better in the powder bar, in theory. The air flowing out of the pump is pushed through a check valve and guided into the vent hole in the powder measure, which blows any grains of powder that stick in there down into the case.
Does it use ladder-logic, or is it a visual graphic system? I doubt a PLC would be code-driven for instructions. I've only worked with Allen-Bradley systems.JMorris said:It's a Click PLC with their cheap display, want to say, micro Cmore from automation direct.
Program it on a PC with their free software, via USB. Never messed with one so learning that part took longer than the "hard parts".