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Specifications - Hitachi C 8FS Handling Instructions Manual

Slide compound saw
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10. Replace table insert when worn.
11. Do not use the saw to cut other than aluminium,
wood or similar materials.
12. Connect slide compound saw to a dust collecting
device when sawing.
13. Take care when slotting.
14. When transporting or carrying the tool, do not
grasp the holder. Grasp the handle instead of the
holder.

SPECIFICATIONS

Max. Cutting
Capacity
Height x Width
Saw Blade Diameter
Miter Cutting Angle
Bevel Cutting Angle
Input
No-Load Speed
Machine Dimensions (Width × Depth × Height)
Weight (Net)
* Be sure to check the nameplate on product as it is subject to change by areas.
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
(1) 216 mm TCT Saw blade (mounted on tool) ..... 1
(2) Dust bag .................................................................... 1
(3) 10 mm Box wrench ................................................ 1
(4) Vise Assembly .......................................................... 1
(For England, France, Italy, Singapore)
(5) Sub Table (with four M8 flat screws) ................. 1
(For England, France)
Standard accessories are subject to change without
notice.
Standard accessories are subject to change by areas.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES (SOLD SEPARATELY)
(1) Guide Assembly
Optional accessories are subject to change without
notice.
APPLICATION
Cutting various types of wood.
UNPACKING
Carefully unpack the power tool and all related items
(standard accessories).
Check carefully to make certain all related items
(standard accessories) are present.
PRIOR TO OPERATION
1. Power source
Ensure that the power source to be utilized conforms
to the power requirements specified on the product
nameplate.
Miter 45°
Bevel 45°
Miter + Bevel 45°
15. Start cutting only after motor revolution reaches
maximum speed.
16. Promptly cut OFF the switch when abnormality
observed.
17. Shut off power and wait for saw balde to stop
before servicing or adjusting tool.
18. During slide cutting operation, the saw must be
pushed and slided away from the operater.
19. During a miter or bevel cut the blade should not
be lifted until it has stopped rotation completely.
65mm × 305mm
65mm × 220mm
45mm × 305mm
45mm × 220mm
216mm
Right and left 0° – 57°
Left 0° – 47°
5000/min
660mm × 1150mm × 465mm
2. Power switch
Ensure that the power switch is in the OFF position. If
the plug is conencted to a receptacle while the trigger
switch is in the ON position, the power tool will start
operating immediately, inviting serious accident.
3. Extention cord
When the work area is removed from the power
source, use an extension cord of sufficient thickness
and rated capacity. The extension cord should be kept
as short as practicable.
4. When the tool is shipped, its movable parts are locked
by the locking pin. Move the handle a little and remove
the locking pin by pulling it as illustrated in Fig. 2.
5. Attach the dust bag to the main unit (Fig. 1).
6. Assembly of sub table.
Assembling the sub table using the four 8 mm flat
screws (Fig. 4).
ADJUSTING THE POWER TOOL PRIOR TO USE
CAUTION
Make all necessary adjustments before inserting the plug
in the power source.
1. Check to see that the safety cover operates smoothly.
(1) When push down the handle while holding down the
lever, check that the safety cover revolves smoothly
(Fig. 3).
(2) Next, check that the safety cover returns to the original
position when the handle is raised.
2. Saw blade height adjustment (Fig. 2).
The main unit has as standard equipment a saw blade
with an outer diameter of 216 mm and adjustable
cutting depth. Follow the steps outlined below of
adjustment when using a saw-blade with an outer
diameter which is greater than 216 mm.
English
920W*
25 kg
6

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