TW0200-TE, MAKITA Budowa, Instrukcje serwisowe

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//-->TECHNICAL INFORMATIONTW0200Impact WrenchWLModels No.DescriptionPRODUCTP 1 / 11CONCEPTION AND MAIN APPLICATIONSThe advanced version of the existing model 6904VH has beenreleased with the following features.* Aluminum hammer case with high durability* Compact body size ; 251mm (9-7/8")* Ergonomical palm fitting soft gripHDimensions : mm ( " )251 (9-7/8)Length ( L )Width ( W )72 (2-13/16)Height ( H )220 (8-5/8)SpecificationVoltage (V)110120220230240Current (A)3.63.31.81.71.7Cycle (Hz)50 / 6050 / 6050 / 6050 / 6050 / 60Continuous Rating (W)InputOutput380160380160380160380160380160Max. Output(W)300300300300300No load speed (min-1=rpm)Impact per minute (min-1=bpm)Square drive : mm ( " )Standard boltCapacitiesHigh Tensile boltMax. fastening torque : N.m (ft.lbs)Power supply cord : m ( ft )Net weight: kg (lbs)0 - 2,2000 - 2,20012.7 (1/2)M10 - M16 (3/8" - 5/8" )M10 - M12 (3/8" - 1/2" )200 (150)2.5 (8.2)2.0 (6.6) for Australia2.1 (4.6)Standard equipment* Socket 17-38 ....................................* Socket 19-52 ....................................* Socket 21-38 ....................................* Plastic carrying case ........................1 pc.1 pc.1 pc.1 pc.< Note > The standard equipment for the tool shown may differ from country to country.Optionalaccessories* Socket 24-45* Socket 24-52* Socket 26-50* Socket 26-78* Extension bar* Universal joint* Bit adaptor* Socket 17-38* Socket 17-52* Socket 19-38* Socket 19-52* Socket 19-78* Socket 21-38* Socket 21-52* Socket 21-78* Socket 21-150* Socket 22-38* Socket 22-52* Socket 23-38* Socket 23-52Repair< 1 > LubricationApply MAKITA grease N. No.1 to the following portions marked with black triangle to protectparts and product from unusual abrasion.P 2 / 11Hammer2710131417209Compressionspring 32Position No.2DescriptionsHammer caseThe portion to be lubricatedCylindric portion where7 anvil reciprocates.Cupwasher 19Amount : g (oz)Approx. 0.1 (0.01)7Anvil* The hole portion where 17 spindlecontacts.* The portion where hammercontacts.Approx. 0.5 (0.02)9101314201731 pcs. ofSteel balls 3.5Flat washer 322 pcs. ofSteel balls 6.42 cps. of Spurgears 32Internal gear 71SpindleTeeth portion* The groove portion where 13 steelballs 6.4 move.* The hole portion where armaturegear is inserted.* The side where 9 steel balls 3.5contact.Approx. 0.5 (0.02)in totalApprox. 0.5 (0.02)Approx. 2.0 (0.07)in totalApprox. 0.5 (0.02)RepairP 3 / 11< 2 > Removing armature( 1 ) After removing brush holder cap and carbon brushes, remove bumper with a slotted head screwdriver. See Fig. 1.( 2 ) Unscrew 4 pcs. of hex socket head bolts M5x50 together with urethane rings and cup washers each 4 pcs.Then, hammer case section can be removed from motor housing together with armature. See Fig. 2.Brush holder capCarbon brushHex socket head bolts M5x50 5Urethane rings 5Cup washers 5ArmatureBumperBrush holder capCarbon brushHammer caseInternal gear coverHammer casesectionFig. 1Fig. 2Motor housing( 3 ) Do not separate internal gear cover from hammer case, because the grease leaks out, or inner parts can fall offthe hammer case. Then, holding hammer case together with internal gear cover, pull off the armatureas illustrated in Fig. 3.ArmatureHammer caseInternal gear coverFig. 3< 3 > Disassembling mechanical section( 1 ) Separate internal gear cover from hammer case. Take off the following parts from hammer case. See Fig. 4.* Flat washer 19* Internal gear 71* Anvil* O ring 58* Hammer sectionRemove O ring 12 from internal gear case.Flat washer 19Hammer sectionInternal gear coverO ring 58AnvilAnvilInternal gear 71Hammer case<Note >* Flat washer 19 can remain in hammer case.* Inner parts can be removed from hammer caseby hand. However, if it is difficult to remove byhand, strike anvil with plastic hammer. See Fig. 4A.Fig. 4O ring 12Fig. 4ARepair< 4 > Assembling mechanical sectionBefore assembling, apply MAKITA grease N. No.1 with referring to "< 1 > Lubrication" at page 2.1. Mount O ring 58 to internal gear cover. Aligning the tabs of internal gear with the accepting holes ofinternal gear cover, mount internal gear 71 to internal gear cover. See Fig. 5.Align these Tabs with theaccepting holes of internalgear cover.P 4 / 11Internal gear 71O ring 58Fig. 5Internal gear cover2. Mount hammer section with engaging spur gears 32 with internal gear 71. see Fig. 6.Spur gears 32Internal gear 71Internal gear coverFig. 6Hammer section3. Mount flat washer 19 and anvil to hammer case. And mount hammer section, internal gear 71 and internalgear cover to hammer case. Mount O ring 12 to internal gear cover. See Fig. 7.Internal gear coverInternal gear 71Hammer sectionAnvilFlat washer 19 : This part can remainin hammer case, whendisassembling the mechanicalsection.Fig. 7O ring 12Hammer case< 5 > Disassembling hammer section1. Remove flat washer 18 and 2 pcs. of pin 6 from spindle. Then, 2 pcs. of spur gear 32 can be removed. See Fig. 8.Flat washer 18Pin 6Spur gear 32Pin 6Spur gear 32SpindleHammerFig. 8Repair2. Pull hammer toward spur 32 side with "No.1R045 Gear extractor", and in order to take out steel ball 6.4align the top of cam groove of spindle with the opening portion of hammer. See Fig. 9.P 5 / 11No.1R045Gear extractorSteel ball 6.4The top of cam grooveandThe opening portion of hammerFig. 93. Loosen the handle of "No.1R045 Gear extractor" slowly until the spindle is free from the compression spring 32.See Fig. 10. Then, the hammer section can be disassembled as illustrated in Fig. 11. And then, 31 pcs.of steel ball 3.5and flat washer 21 can be removed from hammer as illustrated in Fig. 11A.SpindleCup washer 19HammerCompressionspring 32Hammer31 pcs. of steelballs 5.5Flat washer 21Fig. 11ASpindleFig. 1031 pcs. of steel ball 3.5and flat washer 21 remainin hammer in this stage.Fig. 11< Note >Do not hold the hammer section as illustrated in Fig. F.Because, steel balls 3.5 fall off the hammer, when separating spindlefrom hammer.Fig. F [ Pobierz całość w formacie PDF ]