Ammobot is great.
It takes just a few minutes to hook up to the 1050 and takes the same bolt hole pattern. Excellent. It doesn’t have a web browser or coffee maker or wi-fi or anything other than what it takes to pull the handle on a Dillon 1050 and stop doing that when primers run out or it hits an obstacle. It comes with the handle drive assembly, a control box with 50 cal stop button, and a grey box with another stop button.
A Mark 7 could be way more baller and I don’t have a judgment on it – yet. I know: DIGITAL CLUTCH! The Ammobot doesn’t have that but if it does hit an obstacle it will stutter and then halt itself. Here’s what it did to a toppled bullet before stopping itself (installed the Mr. Bulletfeeder expander after this and no more toppled bullets).
100% happy with the Ammobot. It does what I want it to, and when the 1050 is tuned it will churn out the ammo. Maximum efficiency.