"Do you powder dipper guys use a scale?"
Everyone who uses dippers has to have a scale. You need to check your first couple dipper loads until you get consistent charges. Then the scale can go away until you buy new powder or decide to change your charge weight/volume. When you buy new powder you need to check it out to make sure it was properly labeled. My scale can sit for a year +/- depending. I hate using scales. Dippers are the safest way to load, no moving parts and static volume.
I can do between up to 100 an hour using Classic Turret in single stage mode. That does not include priming off the press, I like hand priming.