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 Aluminum circle for road signs

Alloy: A1100,A1050,A1070,A1060,A3003

Temper:O,H12,H14,H16,H18

Thickness:0.4mm to 6mm

Diameter:100mm to 1500mm

Materials:CC and DC quality

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    DIY 3D Printed Bullet Feeder I will be using on my Dillon XL650. It will work on any press really, its not specific to Dillon.

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    And here we are….

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    I designed it in OnShape: https://www.onshape.com/ for those that don’t know OnShape it is a Cloud Based Cad application. I am using the Free Version.

    Link to or Copy my original design here:

    https://cad.onshape.com/documents/4463d45cce0d47bdd444dd56/w/aeef96bb435f459d1b9d16f9/e/9bf86fbadaf887142f090d35

    STL files can be found on Thingiverse: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2193453

    You are welcome to copy my design and make changes. If I may, please pass thanks back when you promote your remix and also do note that it is non-commercial and plans are given for free. ;)

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    - Some M3 Threaded Inserts
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