There are two ways to go with this operation.
First you need a press of some kind. Doesn't matter if it is a (OMG
) a Lee classic or a dillon 1050.
You can deprime then either swage the crimp or turn the crimp.
Swaging the crimp is quick and fast if you use something like the Dillon super swage 600. Super Swage 600: Case Preparation Equipment
Or you can go low cost low budget and get the Lyman or Lee or RCBS or Hornady. Crimp tool.
Lyman Primer Pocket Reamer Tool Small - MidwayUSA
With the Lyman set up you have to be very careful to take just the right amount of metal off. too much and your primers will fall right out (Ask me how I know this)...
Myself If I were going to do it for a high speed set up I would spend the money on the Dillon or the RCBS.