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Hitachi CC 14 Instruction Manual And Safety Instructions page 13

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4. Cutting at angles (Fig. 7 and 8).
The machine permits cutting at angles of 45° or 60°
When setting at an
angle of 0°
Loosen the two 25/64" (10 mm) bolts on the vise (B), then set the working surface on the
vise-jaw at any angles of 0°, 30° or 45° as shown in Fig. 7.
Upon completion of setting, securely tighten the two 25/64" (10 mm) bolts, as shown in
Fig. 8.
(10 mm)
Vise (B)
Fig. 8
When wide material is to be cut at an angle, it should be firmly clamped by fixing a steel
board like Fig. 9 to the vise (B), as shown in Fig. 9.
5. Moving the stationary vise-jaw (Fig. 10).
The vise jaws open
to 5-15/64" (133 mm)
while the vise can
be set in two steps
6-13/16" (173 mm)
and 8-3/8" (213 mm)
Fig. 10
When setting at an
angle of 30°
Fig. 7
(214 mm)
Flat hd. screw of more than
15/64" × 19/32" (6 mm × 15)
The vise opening is set at the maximum of 5-15/
64"(133mm) when shipped from the factory.
In case an opening more than 5-15/64"(133mm) is
required, move the vise-jaw to the position shown
by the chain line, after unscrewing the two bolts.
The maximum opening can be set in two steps 6-
13/16"(173mm) and 8-3/8"(213mm).
When the material to be cut is excessively wide, the
vise can be effectively used by repositioning the
stationary side of the vise jaws.
When setting at an
angle of 45°
(45 mm)
(120 mm)
Two holes 1/4"
(6.5 mm)
More than 15/64"
Fig. 9
(6 mm) nut
Vise (B)
(6 mm)