First things first- working with a drop chart is a lot more flexible and in the end you will learn more.
If you wish to make your own, then I updated a thread I started a few months ago and being as I have the exact same scope as you, I can help you through making your own if you wish. The scope in the pictures is obviuosly a Nightforce but the principle is the same with a Luepold.
Old Fashioned Turret Wraps
This is JBM- Eskimo
JBM - Calculations - Trajectory
You should go there and check the differences in adjustments at 1K for a 50 degree change in temperature and make a note of it. Then do the same for a 1000 ft change in altitude and make a note of the difference.
In case you overlook it, the second column over on the right side at the bottom where it says "Drop Units- second column" should be in "MOA" because that is what your scope is adjusted in.
The checking of the difference temperature and altitude changes make is important for you to personally do so you know for a fact what your particular cartridge and rifle do under different conditions. Don't just take my word for it. Remember this is the internet and you can get some really bad advice.
If you should decide to just go with a drop chart you will also have to correct it for temperature changes. The temperature I normally enter is the early morning temperature for the time of year I am hunting. its up to you what you enter but you need to remember it and correct for it if need be.
if you wish to have a company custom make you one then that is up to you and I have no advice to offer. I make my own.