The Model C 10FCB has been newly developed as a successor of the current Models C 10FC, C 10FC2 and C 10FCA (REXON's OEM products) intended to be manufactured in the factory of Hitachi Koki Group (HKF) to keep high quality and to adopt Hitachi Koki's original design. Vigorous sales promotion and market share increases are anticipated with the introduction of the new Model C 10FCB.
4-1. Selling Point Descriptions (1) Press cutting Table 1 (Unit: mm) Width (W) Workpiece Maker HITACHI Model Height (H) C 10FCB Max. cutting dimension Height x Width 59 x 144 (2-5/16" x 5-21/32") (H x W) 89 x 101 (3-1/2" x 3-31/32") Fig.
(4) Compound cutting through use of miter and bevel cutting functions Table 4 (Unit: mm) Maker Width (W) HITACHI Model C 10FCB Max. cutting dimension Height (H) Left bevel 45˚ Right/Left miter 45˚ 41 x 102 (1-5/8" x 4") Height x Width (H x W) * When the saw blade section (head) is inclined 45˚...
5. SPECIFICATIONS 59 mm (2-5/16") x 144 mm (5-21/32") 0˚ (Right angle) Maximum 89 mm (3-1/2") x 101 mm (3-31/32") cutting Miter right/left 45˚ 59 mm (2-5/16") x 102 mm (4") [Right 60˚: 59 mm (2-5/16") x 72 mm (2-13/16")] dimentions Bevel left 45˚...
6. COMPARISONS WITH SIMILAR PRODUCTS Maker/Model HITACHI HITACHI C 10FC2/C 10FC C 10FCB Item 67 mm x 146 mm (2-5/8" x 5-3/4") 59 mm x 144 mm (2-5/16" x 5-21/32") 89 mm x 92 mm 70 mm x 146 mm 69 mm x 130 mm 0˚...
7. PRECAUTIONS IN SALES PROMOTION In the interest of promoting the safest and most efficient use of the Model C 10FCB Compound Saw by all of our customers, it is very important that at the time of sale the salesperson carefully ensures that the buyer seriously recognizes the importance of the contents of the Instruction Manual, and fully understands the meaning of the precautions listed on the various Caution Plates attached to each machine.
(4) Caution plate (C) For the U.S.A. and Canada only The caution plate (C) specified by the UL is affixed on the upper right-hand portion of the gear case. Please instruct users to strictly observe the contents 1 to 9 in the caution plate (C) shown above. 8.
8-3. How to Use The Vise Assembly (1) The vise assembly can be mounted on either the left fence Screw holder Knob 6 mm wing (fence (B)) or the right fence (fence (A)) by loosening bolt (B) 6 mm wing bolt (A). (2) The screw holder can be raised or lowered according to the Vise plate height of the workpiece by loosening 6 mm wing bolt (B).
8-5. Cutting Operation (1) Cutting efficiency will be reduced if a dull saw blade is used, if an excessively long extension cord is used, or if the wire gauge of the extension cord is too small. (For details on extension cords, please refer to the Instruction Manual.) This is particularly important when cutting materials with dimensions which are at or near the maximum capacity for the machine.
(6) Compound (miter + bevel) cutting Compound cutting can be accomplished by combining the miter cutting and bevel cutting operations described in paragraphs (4) and (5) above. (For details, please refer to the Instruction Manual.) When the saw blade section (head) is inclined 45˚ to the left, the table can be turned up to 45˚ to the right and left. (7) Cut surface quality during miter/bevel cutting The quality of the cut surface depends on the type [Miter cutting]...
9. ADJUSTMENT OF COMPONENTS 9-1. Bevel Angle Adjustment Before the power tool is shipped from the factory, it is adjusted for 0˚ and left 45˚ bevel cutting angles. The positioning and bevel cutting angle can be adjusted by changing the height of the 8 mm bolt (maximum bevel cutting angle is 45˚).
11. PRECAUTIONS IN DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY Please follow the precautions below for disassembly and reassembly procedures. The circled numbers in the following figures and the [Bold] numbers in the descriptions below correspond to the item numbers in the Parts List and exploded assembly diagrams. CAUTION: Prior to attempting disassembly or replacement of the saw blade, ensure that the power cord plug is disconnected from the power source.
1. Remove the four Bolts (W/Washers) M8 x 35 (Black) and remove Fence (A)  and Fence (B) . 2. Loosen the Clamp Lever  and remove the Machine Screw (W/Washers) M6 x 12 (Black) . Turn the Bolt (Left Hand) M10 x 40  and remove it from the Hinge . 3.
B. Safety cover and link Spindle and spring Tools required: • Phillips screwdriver • Hex. bar wrench 4 mm • Hex. bar wrench 3 mm • Box wrench 10 mm (standard accessory) Fig. 16 --- 14 ---...
1. Remove the Bolt (Left Hand) M7 x 17.5  with the box wrench 10 mm (standard accessory). Then Washers (B) and (C) , TCT Saw Blade 255 mm  and Washers (A) and (D) can be removed in this order. 2.
C. Armature ass'y Cord, stator ass'y and housing ass'y Tools required: • Phillips screwdriver • Flat-blade screwdriver • Plastic hammer Fig. 17 1. Remove the Brush Cap  and the Carbon Brush . 2. Remove the four Machine Screws (W/Washers) M5 x 45 (Black). Then the Housing Ass'y can be removed together with the Handle Cover  from the Gear Case .
11-3. Wiring Diagram Carefully ensure that wiring is accomplished as illustrated below. As incorrect wiring will result in lack of rotation, reverse rotation or other malfunctions, close attention is absolutely necessary. Wiring diagram (for the U.S.A. and Canada only) Switch Black Blue White...
Wiring diagram (except the U.S.A. and Canada) Black or red Red or black Periphery of stator core Armature ass'y Red or black Stator coil Black or red Stator ass'y Fig. 21 Actual wiring diagram (except the U.S.A. and Canada) Noise suppressor (It may not be provided depending on the destinations.) Black or red Red or black...
Base , tighten the Nylon Nut M8  so that the Turn Table  turns smoothly without excessive play or vibration. During reassembly, liberally apply grease (Hitachi Motor Grease No. 29, Code No. 930035 is recommended) at the point marked "A" in Fig. 24.
11-7. Lubrication Advise the customer to lubricate the machine as indicated below at least once a month. Also, prior to applying lubrication, any sawdust, dirt or other foreign matter should be thoroughly wiped away with a soft cloth. (1) Swiveling section of the Gear Case  and the Hinge  Coat the swiveling and sliding portion of the Gear Case  and the Hinge  with machine oil.
12. REPAIR GUIDE Unit: mm Factory Inspection, repair or Item Phenomenon Cause standard adjustment • Adjust squareness with the a Inaccurate 0.15/100 Inaccurate cutting Nylock Bolt M8 x 25 . squareness between (Dummy disc) Inaccurate • • • the turn table and the (Fig.
Factory Inspection, repair or Item Phenomenon Cause standard adjustment 0.1/height of • Replace Fence (A)  or f Inaccurate squareness (Continued) between the fence fence Fence (B) . (Fig. 28) and the turn table and/ or the base causes the workpiece to tilt at Fence an angle and prevent accurate cutting.
Factory Inspection, repair or Item Phenomenon Cause standard adjustment Rough cut surface a Large deflection of the 0.2/245 • Same as the Item 1- b . saw blade (It causes (Dummy disc) Parallelism (A) = 0.02/51 rough cut surface.) Parallelism (B) = 0.02/51 b Each surface Washer (A) 0.02/51...
• Resharpen the saw blade. is applied due to dull saw blade. d Incorrect saw blade is ------ • Use a suitable Hitachi-supplied used. saw blade. • If the saw blade has a large number of teeth, the cutting resistance will be increased.
13. STANDARD REPAIR TIME (UNIT) SCHEDULES Variable 70 min. MODEL Fixed Work Flow C 10FCB General Assembly Carbon Brush Armature Ass'y Fixed Cost Gear Case Link Stator Ass'y Lock Spring Handle Cover Link Safety Cover 0 min. Housing Ass'y Lock Lever Cord Safety Cover Table Insert...
LIST NO. E931 ELECTRIC TOOL PARTS LIST COMPOUND SAW 2001 • • Model C 10FCB (E2)