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Roland Press Manuals

06/07/2010 7:43 PM

Hi,

I would like to know if anyone has the technical manuals and operator manuals for Roland Presses.

Thanks to everyone,
Best Regards

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Re: ROLAND PRESS

06/07/2010 8:04 PM

HI

I WOULS LIKE TO KNOW IF YOU CAN ASK NICELY FOR THE TECHNICAL MANUALS AND OPERATOR MANUAL FOR ROLAND PRESSES INSTEAD OF SHOUTING AT EVERY ONE HERE AND USE PROPER PUNCTUATION SO THAT WE CAN READ IT MORE EASILY THANKS TO YOU

BEST REGARDS

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Re: Roland Press Manuals

06/07/2010 9:28 PM

Have you checked with ManRoland for tech support? It would be good to know the model or models you're needing technical/operator manuals on.

Oh, by the way: next time include a little more info such as age, model, brand and any other information that may help us to help you. It would help you in either getting or pointing you in the correct direction for your request.

Charles

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Re: ROLAND PRESS

06/08/2010 5:33 PM

Hi Again

It was not my intention to be rude to anyone at the forum

If you feel attacked I´m really sorry

The next time that I asked for some information I´ll tried to be more polite

Thanks for your comments

If I´m not using and appropiate punctuation it´s because is not my origin language.

Thanks Again

Best Regards

QUIRINO

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