The Ammobot Auto drive bolts to your Dillon press and is a simple machine to operate, your press will be able to reload ammunition at speed saving you time and effort.
- Faster Top Processing Speed. The Ammobot can process cases faster than your Dillon press can consistently handle, what more can you say? The Ammobot can handle in the Dillon Case processing machines over 4,000 cases per hour.
- State-of-the-Art Drive System. The new Rev3 drive uses the same cutting edge Adaptive Vector Drive system found on the 1050 model of the Rev3.
- Smart Torque Limits. No need to worry about adjusting “clutches” of any kind. Our Adaptive Vector Drive uses predictive modeling to insure you have the power you need, when you need it while also protecting you from over-torque when jams occur.
- Low Motor Noise. The Adaptive Vector Drive and closed-loop hybrid servo motor means you still get all the power and speed we’ve always given you, but with much less motor noise.
- Low Motor Heating. Gone are the days of the motor fins and fans. The Adaptive Vector Drive gives you power when you need it, and not when you don’t. That means the motor uses less power and doesn’t heat up like previous models. Even after running for hours your motor is still cool. No cooking motors like some of the older autodrives.
- Continued Collaboration and Innovation. We continue to work with very talented companies and individuals to deliver the best products at the most affordable prices.
Further proof that, with AmmoBot, you can still Load Smarter!®
Dillon RL1050/RL1100 NOT INCLUDED.
Product Note: It is highly recommended that you use case lubricant on ALL ammunition processed on an AmmoBot/RL1100 setup. We recommend using 1-2 shots of Dillon Case Lube per hopper full of brass for pistol cases and 2-3 shots per hopper full on rifle cases. Case lubricant stops the brass from smearing upon resizing and also decreases the chance of press jams.
We recommend you add the following upgrades to your Dillon press / Ammobot as follows
- TNT shellplates, the Dillon units are fine for a manual press but have a limited life in Autodrives. These typically cost $150-$180. No more chipped or cracked shellplates.
- Pocket primer probe, this detect if a primer has not been removed or has pulled back into the case, this often occurs if you pick up a crimped case or use factory ammunition. These typically cost
- Bullet feeder, this must be used. The bullet feeder keeps your hands away from the press.
U.S. Pat. No. 9,664,488; 9,879,961; 9,982,982 and Patents Pending
All AmmoBot machines are built to order.