First, you can't have a Camdex machine and Dillon 1050 in the same sentence. 2 totally different machines. A Camdex can load like 2500 to 3K rounds an hour. It's fully automated and is a commercial grade press that many of your large ammo companies load on. A Dillon 1050 is a hand cranked press. If you put an auto drive device on a 1050, you're in trouble. The 1050 was not meant for that, and has WAY too many issues at certain times when loading. You can only "feel" or see these issues when loading it by hand. I have spoken to Dillon about this, and talked to some people who have ran an auto drive on their 1050. It's not worth the trouble and poor quality ammo.