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Tuesday 05 April, 2022
Best EVER
I have not have a single jam, and only a single upsite down case in 60000+ cases.
I use a Mark 7 case feeder.
The ramp does not follow the case side 100%, but it does not matter at all ????
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)
Friday 18 March, 2022
love this plate feeds in most of the slots compared to the Dillon plates which skips a lot of the slots feeds a lot faster
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)
Sunday 13 March, 2022
I got a new Dillon 750 with their case feeder and never went more than 20 cases before it would jam no matter what I tried adjusting. I ended up getting this DAA plate and without any adjustments I haven't had a single jam since. Nothing but smooth flowing cases into the tube. Thumbs up.
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)

DAA Turbo Case-Feeder Plate with extra Mark 7 Clutch Adaptor

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Manufacturers: Double-Alpha Academy

Description:

DAA Turbo Case Feeder Plate 

The DAA Turbo Case-Feeder Plate is a highly modified and evolved reloading accessory which will greatly increase the output speed of your current Dillon case feeder.

The plate is designed to handle all pistol calibers – from .380 to 0.45, so one plate can now handle your pistol calibers! Not recommended for use with .44MAG

** For the very long revolver cases (38SPL and 357) the plate must be elevated using a large washer (not included). 

The DAA Turbo Case-Feeder Plate is built very differently from the original Dillon Plate. Our plate is much thicker, and incorporate deep feeding grooves into each of the 32 output pockets on the plate. These grooves greatly improve the efficiency of picking up brass as the plate rotates, ensuring that more of the pockets output a case, on each rotation. This increases the output speed by 30-80% compared to the original plate. (output speed gain varies per caliber. Highest gains are with 9mm, lowest with .45)

The thicker plate design also serves to offer better support to the cases as they drop out the exit hole, reducing the likelihood of them rotating on the way out and possible causing a hang-up in the output funnel.

The DAA Turbo Case-Feeder Plate includes an aluminum slip clutch assembly at its center, to insure the disc can slip and not stall the motor if a jam occurs. Our slip-clutch assembly includes a handy stainless steel D-ring which makes it much easier to grab hold of the plate from its center and lift it up off the motor shaft, and out the case feeder. (experienced reloaders will know that this can be difficult to do without such a feature, especially with a well-used, dirty plate/casefeeder)

The 292mm diameter of the DAA Turbo Case-Feeder Plate make it a drop-in fit for both the original AC Dillon case feeder, as well as the newer Variable Speed DC model. It will also fit and can be used in the Hornady case feeder as well.

Each DAA Turbo Case-Feeder Plate ships including the innovative DAA Dislodge-Wedge for Dillon Variable speed Casefeeder (also sold separately). This wedge replaces the original Dillon wedge in the Variable speed case feeder, further improving performance. (customers not using the Dillon variable speed case feeder, wont use this wedge). This larger, contoured wedge fits down to the base of the plate and eliminates case pinching and jamming, experienced occasionally with the original, smaller Dillon wedge.

 

Need to output even faster?!

While developing this product, we noticed that the Dillon Variable speed motor is wired so that it slows down and speeds up gradually each time the Switch is triggered under the output chute. While running at full speed, our plate was outputting cases in almost every pocket – and triggering this switch very frequently as the cases fall past it down the tube… This lead to the motor slowing down significantly... We found that at full speed – the case feeder would slow down and rotate no faster than it did at half speed. 

So to  unlock the full potential of the new plate, we found a simple wiring modification to the Dillon motor, which prevents this from happening. once done, the motor does not slow down as much, and we were able to clock output rates of over 12,000 9mm cases per hour! If you are in need of such high output rates (for a commercial Rollsizer, decapper or so on) check out the instructions here.

 

Mark 7 Clutch Adaptor

Since we introduced our DAA Turbo Case-Feeder Plate for the Dillon case feeders, we’ve had Mark-7 customers asking us if they could use it with their High Speed 11” Mark7 case feeder (as supplied with the Apex-10 press).

The answer is YES! The disk is the same size and it works great in the excellent Mark-7 case feeder. 

However, the Mark-7 case feeder uses a 6mm motor shaft with two small drive pins, while our plate’s lower clutch is designed to fit onto the Dillon 8mm motor shaft with one drive pin….

And while some customers are using our Turbo plate “as is” in their Mark-7 case feeder, we felt it would be better to design and offer a replacement lower clutch part, custom designed to perfectly fit the Mark-7 case feeder motor shaft.

This Clutch Adaptor for DAA Turbo Disk/Mark7 CF is 3D printed from very hard-wearing Nylon12, using advanced SLS technology. The part fits onto the Mark7 motor shaft and the base of our Turbo plate, and includes long threaded inserts for the included, longer M5 bolts. Simply replace the lower clutch piece supplied with the DAA Turbo plate, reassemble using the supplied longer bolts, and you are good to go!

Reviews (3)

Tuesday 05 April, 2022
Best EVER
I have not have a single jam, and only a single upsite down case in 60000+ cases.
I use a Mark 7 case feeder.
The ramp does not follow the case side 100%, but it does not matter at all ????
Friday 18 March, 2022
love this plate feeds in most of the slots compared to the Dillon plates which skips a lot of the slots feeds a lot faster
Sunday 13 March, 2022
I got a new Dillon 750 with their case feeder and never went more than 20 cases before it would jam no matter what I tried adjusting. I ended up getting this DAA plate and without any adjustments I haven't had a single jam since. Nothing but smooth flowing cases into the tube. Thumbs up.