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Default Italian Horizontal Miller- O.M Lario

replying to Gunner, danielneuquen wrote:

Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.

Me and my partner, we bought a similar machine Universal OM Lario "Helios"
drill Nº1 model U190 with automatic movment in x only.
We also have the original manuals and I attach pics of the machine.

I'd like to know if you could repair yours and make it work.
I'd also like to see some pics and know any info you could share about it.
Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.

Me and my partner, we bought a similar machine Universal OM Lario "Helios"
drill Nº1 model U190 with automatic movment in x only.
We also have the manuals and I attach pics of the machine.





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On Sun, 28 Apr 2013 22:18:01 +0000, danielneuquen
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replying to Gunner, danielneuquen wrote:

Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.

Me and my partner, we bought a similar machine Universal OM Lario "Helios"
drill Nº1 model U190 with automatic movment in x only.
We also have the original manuals and I attach pics of the machine.

I'd like to know if you could repair yours and make it work.
I'd also like to see some pics and know any info you could share about it.
Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.

Me and my partner, we bought a similar machine Universal OM Lario "Helios"
drill Nº1 model U190 with automatic movment in x only.
We also have the manuals and I attach pics of the machine.




Hi Danial! Qui paso amigo!

Here is my Larios mill history..

https://picasaweb.google.com/1040422...6802602/Larios

It works very nicely now. Id be most happy to have a copy of the
manual..if its in English. No savey Portugese....shrug.

Your pictures didnt show up..this is a text only newsgroup..but
please send them to my email address



Id love to see them!

Gunner

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On 2013-04-29, Gunner Asch wrote:
On Sun, 28 Apr 2013 22:18:01 +0000, danielneuquen
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replying to Gunner, danielneuquen wrote:

Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.






[ ... ]

Your pictures didnt show up..this is a text only newsgroup..but
please send them to my email address


Those were actually links to websites, instead of attached
images, and the only problem is that they had "[IMG]" and "[/IMG]"
surrounding the links, instead of the more common '' and ''. Strip
those off, and cut and paste to your browser, and you will see some nice
images of a nice big green machine.

Enjoy,
DoN.

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On 29 Apr 2013 03:37:25 GMT, "DoN. Nichols"
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On 2013-04-29, Gunner Asch wrote:
On Sun, 28 Apr 2013 22:18:01 +0000, danielneuquen
om wrote:

replying to Gunner, danielneuquen wrote:

Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.






[ ... ]

Your pictures didnt show up..this is a text only newsgroup..but
please send them to my email address


Those were actually links to websites, instead of attached
images, and the only problem is that they had "[IMG]" and "[/IMG]"
surrounding the links, instead of the more common '' and ''. Strip
those off, and cut and paste to your browser, and you will see some nice
images of a nice big green machine.

Enjoy,
DoN.


Thanks DoN! I didnt catch that and yep...very much like my machine, I
suspect its a slightly older model than mine, or one model off.

Much obliged!

Gunner

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Hi i had buy a om lario helios, i had see you had the manual, it's possible to have a copy?
Thanks
Maurizio


Il giorno luned 29 aprile 2013 00:18:01 UTC+2, danielneuquen ha scritto:
replying to Gunner, danielneuquen wrote:

Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.

Me and my partner, we bought a similar machine Universal OM Lario "Helios"
drill N1 model U190 with automatic movment in x only.
We also have the original manuals and I attach pics of the machine.

I'd like to know if you could repair yours and make it work.
I'd also like to see some pics and know any info you could share about it..
Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.

Me and my partner, we bought a similar machine Universal OM Lario "Helios"
drill N1 model U190 with automatic movment in x only.
We also have the manuals and I attach pics of the machine.





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On Thu, 4 Jun 2015 05:23:53 -0700 (PDT),
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Hi i had buy a om lario helios, i had see you had the manual, it's possible to have a copy?
Thanks
Maurizio


Il giorno luned 29 aprile 2013 00:18:01 UTC+2, danielneuquen ha scritto:
replying to Gunner, danielneuquen wrote:

Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.

Me and my partner, we bought a similar machine Universal OM Lario "Helios"
drill N1 model U190 with automatic movment in x only.
We also have the original manuals and I attach pics of the machine.

I'd like to know if you could repair yours and make it work.
I'd also like to see some pics and know any info you could share about it.
Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.

Me and my partner, we bought a similar machine Universal OM Lario "Helios"
drill N1 model U190 with automatic movment in x only.
We also have the manuals and I attach pics of the machine.





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Bienvenido a la tienda online de caf donde discutimos metal
real trabajando de vez en cuando, pero tambin discutimos la
economa nacional y mundial y la poltica particularmente
como estos efecto fabricacin/empleos internos. Como muchas
de las discusiones refieren a corporaciones internacionales,
a uno le agradeceria noticias acerca de lo que estas
corporaciones son obras/diciendo en su pas, por lo que
podemos comparar y contraste con lo estn haciendo/diciendo
aqu. De particular inters es la Reindustrializacin y
sustitucin de importaciones de alto valor agregado de
bienes manufacturados. Mis mejores deseos en su caza del
manual y no se desanime por el ocasional comentario pa.

Welcome to the on-line coffee shop where we discuss actual
metal working from time to time, but we also discuss
domestic/global economics and politics particularly as these
effect domestic manufacturing/jobs. As many of the
discussions concern international corporations, I for one
would appreciate news about what these corporations are
doings/saying in your country, so we can compare and
contrast with what they are doing/saying here. Of
particular interest is re-industrialization and import
substitution of high value added manufactured goods. Best
wishes on your manual hunt, and don't be discouraged by the
occasional barbed comment.


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On Thu, 04 Jun 2015 09:22:49 -0400, F. George McDuffee
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On Thu, 4 Jun 2015 05:23:53 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:

Hi i had buy a om lario helios, i had see you had the manual, it's possible to have a copy?
Thanks
Maurizio


Il giorno luned 29 aprile 2013 00:18:01 UTC+2, danielneuquen ha scritto:
replying to Gunner, danielneuquen wrote:

Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.

Me and my partner, we bought a similar machine Universal OM Lario "Helios"
drill N1 model U190 with automatic movment in x only.
We also have the original manuals and I attach pics of the machine.

I'd like to know if you could repair yours and make it work.
I'd also like to see some pics and know any info you could share about it.
Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.

Me and my partner, we bought a similar machine Universal OM Lario "Helios"
drill N1 model U190 with automatic movment in x only.
We also have the manuals and I attach pics of the machine.





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Bienvenido a la tienda online de caf donde discutimos metal
real trabajando de vez en cuando, pero tambin discutimos la
economa nacional y mundial y la poltica particularmente
como estos efecto fabricacin/empleos internos. Como muchas
de las discusiones refieren a corporaciones internacionales,
a uno le agradeceria noticias acerca de lo que estas
corporaciones son obras/diciendo en su pas, por lo que
podemos comparar y contraste con lo estn haciendo/diciendo
aqu. De particular inters es la Reindustrializacin y
sustitucin de importaciones de alto valor agregado de
bienes manufacturados. Mis mejores deseos en su caza del
manual y no se desanime por el ocasional comentario pa.


Voy a la fiesta de Maria, con muy mucho cucarachas! Puedos sacar a
punta a mi lapiz?


Welcome to the on-line coffee shop where we discuss actual
metal working from time to time, but we also discuss
domestic/global economics and politics particularly as these
effect domestic manufacturing/jobs. As many of the
discussions concern international corporations, I for one
would appreciate news about what these corporations are
doings/saying in your country, so we can compare and
contrast with what they are doing/saying here. Of
particular interest is re-industrialization and import
substitution of high value added manufactured goods. Best
wishes on your manual hunt, and don't be discouraged by the
occasional barbed comment.


That should be in the Anti-ACM FAQ, Unka!

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On Thu, 4 Jun 2015 05:23:53 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:

Hi i had buy a om lario helios, i had see you had the manual, it's possible to have a copy?
Thanks
Maurizio


Il giorno luned 29 aprile 2013 00:18:01 UTC+2, danielneuquen ha scritto:
replying to Gunner, danielneuquen wrote:

Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.

Me and my partner, we bought a similar machine Universal OM Lario "Helios"
drill N1 model U190 with automatic movment in x only.
We also have the original manuals and I attach pics of the machine.

I'd like to know if you could repair yours and make it work.
I'd also like to see some pics and know any info you could share about it.
Hi, Gunner, I'm Daniel D'Esposito from Neuquen (Argentina, South America)
I saw your article from 2006 about your used OM Lario drill.

Me and my partner, we bought a similar machine Universal OM Lario "Helios"
drill N1 model U190 with automatic movment in x only.
We also have the manuals and I attach pics of the machine.




Ill be darned. I never saw that post and Id love to have the manual
for mine.

My miller may be either slightly newer or slightly older as it is
somewhat different..though I have the same attachments and accessories

https://plus.google.com/photos/10404...273?banner=pwa

Id love to have a manual as my crossfeed travel power feed is starting
to fail. I dont know if its a stripped or broken gear or a spline or
pin has failed

Gunner


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