TECHNICAL INFORMATION

OFFICIAL USE
for ASC & Sales Shop
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ECHNICAL INFORMATION
Models No.
HP330D
Description
10.8V Cordless Hammer Driver Drill
PRODUCT
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CONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS
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Model HP330D is Makita first 10.8V cordless hammer driver drill.
It is ideal specially for drilling holes into mortar by using hammer drill mode.
LED job light with pre-grow function is adapted. (DF330D: after-grow)
Dimensions: mm (")
The others except above are the same as DF330D.
Length (L) 201 (7-7/8)
Width (W) 53 (2-1/16)
Height (H) 183 (7-1/4)
This product is available in the following variations.
Model No.
Charger
Battery
Rechargeable
flash light
type
q’ty
Model
Color
------No
BL1013
(Li-ion 1.3Ah)
2 DC10WA Makita-blue
ML100
Makita-blue
------Black
2 DC10WB
BL1014
No
(Li-ion 1.3Ah) ------white
Black
2 DC10WB
Housing
color
HP330DZ
HP330DWE
HP330DWLE
--------The models also includes the accessories listed below in "Standard equipment".
Plastic
carrying case
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Specification
Type of cell
Li-ion
10.8*2, (10.8/12V max*3)
Voltage: V
Capacity: Ah
1.3
Battery
Energy capacity: Wh
14
50 with DC10WA*2, (DW10WB*3)
Charging time (approx.): min.
140
Max output: W
High
0 - 1,500
No load speed: min-1= rpm
Low
0 - 400
High
0 - 22,500
Impacts per minute: minˉ¹=ipm
0 - 6,000
Low
Capacity of drill chuck: mm (")
0.8 (1/32) - 10 (3/8)
Steel
10 (3/8)
Capacities: mm (")
Wood
21 (13/16)
Masonry
8 (5/16)
Torque adjustment
18 stages + drill mode
Clutch torque setting: N.m (in.lbs)
0.5 - 3.5 (4 - 30)
Soft joint
12 (110)
Max fastening torque: N.m (in.lbs)
Hard joint
24 (210)
Max lock torque: N.m (in.lbs)
22 (200)
Electric brake
Yes
Variable speed control by trigger
Yes
Mechanical 2-speed
Yes
Reverse switch
Yes
LED job light
Yes (single LED)
Weight according to
1.1 (2.3)
EPTA-Procedure 01/2003*4: kg (lbs)
*2 For all countries except North and Central American countries (Mexico and Guam are included.)
*3 For North and Central American countries except Mexico and Guam *4 with battery
Standard equipment
+ bit 2-65 .................................................. 1
Holster ...................................................... 1
Aluminum case assembly ......................... 1
(for some country only)
Note: The standard equipment for the tool
shown above may vary by country.
Optional accessories
Driver bits, Socket bits, Drill bits for wood,
Drill bits for steel, Drill bits for masonry,
Charger DC10WA*2, Charger DC10WB*3,
Battery BL1013*2, Battery BL1014*3
Offered to
All countries
except below
countries
North and Central
American countries
except Mexico
and Guam
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Repair
CAUTION: Repair the machine in accordance with “Instruction manual” or “Safety instructions”.
[1] NECESSARY REPAIRING TOOLS
Code No.
1R359
Description
Use for
(Use this tool if Drill chuck cannot be removed by the method of
Drill chuck removing tool
described in “[3]-1 Drill chuck disassembling”.)
Hex wrench 8
removing/ mounting Drill chuck
[2] LUBRICATION
It is not required to lubricate the gear section because the portion is replaced as a factory-assembled gear unit.
[3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
[3] -1. Drill chuck
DISASSEMBLING
Note: It is required to remove Drill chuck when replacing Gear assembly, but you need not
when replacing the parts that are independent of Gear assembly.
(1) Set the machine and repairing tools. (Figs. 1, 2, 3)
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Set Speed change lever to
Low speed mode designated
with 1.
Set F/R change lever to
Reverse (counterclockwise)
rotation.
Speed change lever
F/R change lever
Change ring
M6x22 Flat head screw
(Left-handed thread)
Open Keyless drill chuck fully and remove
M6x22 Flat head screw by turning it
clockwise.
Set Change ring
to Drill mode.
Note: Use Impact driver to unscrew M6x22
Flat head screw if it could not be
removed manually.
Attach Battery.
Fig. 3
Setting of Hex wrench 8
CORRECT
Hold the long end.
WRONG
Grip flat surfaces
of Hex wrench 8.
Hex wrench 8
Do not hold edges of
Hex wrench 8.
Do not hold
the short end.
Vise
[A]
Vise
[A]
Hex wrench 8,
viewed from side [A]
Hex wrench 8,
viewed from side [A]
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[3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
[3] -1. Drill Chuck (cont.)
DISASSEMBLING
(2) Remove Drill chuck. (Fig. 4)
Fig. 4
Counterclockwise* force to be applied by operator
Clockwise* recoil
force of machine
Hex wrench 8
*Note: The rotational direction is viewed from operator.
1. Hold Hex wrench 8 with Drill chuck and grip Machine.
Important:
Grip Machine tightly with both hands to provide the
sufficient counterclockwise* force against clockwise*
recoil force of Machine.
2. Pull Switch trigger slowly.
3. Spindle rotates counterclockwise* and consequently
Drill chuck is removed from spindle.
ASSEMBLING
(1) Set the machine. (Fig. 5 and 6)
(2) Set Hex wrench 8 to vise and described in Fig. 3.
Fig. 6
Fig. 5
Speed change lever
Set Speed change lever
to Low speed mode
designated with 1.
Turn Drill chuck clockwise by hand until it sits
on the end of the threaded portion of Spindle.
Drill chuck
End of the threaded
portion of Spindle
Change ring
Set Change ring
to Drill mode.
Attach Battery.
F/R change lever
Set F/R Change lever to
Forward (clockwise) rotation.
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[3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
[3] -1. Drill chuck (cont.)
ASSEMBLING
(3) Set Drill chuck in place. (Fig. 7)
Fig. 7
*Note: The rotational direction is viewed from operator.
1. Hold Hex wrench 8 with Drill chuck and grip Machine.
Important: Grip Machine hard with both hands to provide sufficient
clockwise* force against counterclockwise* recoil force of Machine.
2. Pull Switch trigger slowly to turn Spindle clockwise*.
Note: Pull the Trigger so that Spindle’s rotating reaches full speed
in one second.
3. Drill chuck is tightened and consequently Spindle is locked.
Counterclockwise recoil force
of Machine
Clockwise* force to be
applied by operator
Counterclockwise
4. Open Drill chuck fully, and set M6x22 Flat head
screw in place by turning counterclockwise with
Impact driver.
Clockwise
Hex wrench 8
M6x22 Flat head screw (Left handed thread)
Note: Apply adhesive (ThreeBond 1321B/1342 or Loctite 242)
to threaded portion when re-using the removed M6x22
Flat head screw.
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[3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
[3] -2. Gear assembly, Motor section
DISASSEMBLING
(1) Remove Drill chuck. (Figs. 1, 2, 3)
Note: It is not required to remove Drill chuck when replacing only DC motor.
(2) Remove Housing R from Housing L. (Fig. 8)
Fig. 8
1. Remove two Set plates by hooking the hole of
Set plate using small slotted screwdriver.
Set plate
2. Remove Housing R by unscrewing
six 3x16 Tapping screws.
3x16 Tapping screw (6 pcs.)
Housing R
(3) Separate DC motor from Gear assembly. (Fig. 9)
Fig. 9
1. Remove Gear assembly, DC motor section and
Speed change lever together from Housing L.
Gear assembly
2. Separate Speed change lever assembly.
DC motor
Speed change lever
Speed change lever
Housing R
3. Pull off Gear assembly, turning it counterclockwise
viewed from Spindle side.
Spindle
Gear assembly
4. Remove Motor bracket by unscrewing
two M3x6 Pan head screws.
DC motor
M3x6 Pan head screw (2 pcs.)
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[3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
[3] -2. Gear assembly, Motor section (cont.)
ASSEMBLING
(1) Assemble Gear assembly to DC motor. (Fig. 10)
Fig. 10
1. Facing Non-projection side
to Red mark side,
assemble Motor bracket to
DC motor.
Red mark
to show
(+) terminal
2. While aligning the lever of Gear assembly
to Red mark on DC motor in line,
assemble Gear assembly to DC motor.
Make sure that DC motor’s pinion gear
engages with planet gears in Gear assembly.
Non- projection
side
Red mark
Lever of Gear assembly
for speed change
Spindle
Motor bracket
(Projection side)
3. Turn Gear assembly
clockwise viewed from
Spindle side.
DC motor
(2) Assemble Speed change lever to Lever of Gear assembly. (Fig. 11)
Fig. 11
Front end of Compression spring 4
Lever of
Gear assembly
Projection of
Gear assembly
1.Make sure 2 pcs. of Compression spring 4
are mounted to Speed change lever.
DC Motor
2. Apply the front end of Compression
spring 4 of Speed change lever to
Drill chuck
the flat side (Non-projection side)
side
of Lever of Gear assembly
DC Motor
Drill chuck
side
Space between rear Compression spring 4
and Projection.
DC Motor
Projection fit to the coil of rear end of
Compression spring 4
Compression spring 4
compressed by Lever
3. Push Speed change lever toward
Motor side until it stops to have space
between the projection of Gear assembly
and the rear end of Compression spring 4.
4. Fit the projection of Gear assembly
into Compression spring 4, returning
Speed change lever slowly toward
Drill chuck
Drill chuck side.
side
5. Slide Speed change lever to either
position 2 (High speed mode) or
1 (Low speed mode).
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[3] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
[3] -2. Gear assembly, Motor section (cont.)
ASSEMBLING
(3) Before setting Gear assembly and DC motor, take the following step in Fig. 12.
Fig. 12
1. Mount F/R change lever to Switch, by fitting this prong to
the projection on Switch. And set Switch to Housing L.
2. Set Leaf spring in place.
Note: Do not face the center edge of
Leaf spring to Housing L.
Leaf spring
Projection
Housing L
Leaf spring
Center edge
(4) Setting Gear assembly and DC motor to Housing L, fasten Housing R with six 3x16 Tapping screws. (Fig. 13)
Fig. 13
(5) Set Drill chuck in place. (Figs. 5, 6, 7)
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Circuit diagram
Fig. D-1
Color index of lead wires' sheath
Black
Red
Red mark to show plus terminal
DC motor
Line filter (if used)
LED light circuit
M1
M2
Switch
Terminal
Note: For the countries where Suppression of Radio interference is regulated,
Line filter comes with connecting lead wire for connecting Switch with DC motor.
Line filter unit
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Wiring diagram
Flag connectors have to be connected to the electrical parts as drawn in Fig. D-2.
Fig. D-2
Wiring to Terminal
Wiring to DC motor
Flag connectors have to be connected to
DC motor’s terminal so that their Lead wires
come to Housing L side.
Flag connector with Lead wire (red) has to be
connected to Terminal so that its Lead wire faces
to Housing L side.
Housing L side
Housing L
Red mark
Non-projection
side of
Motor bracket
DC motor
Lead wire (red)
Flag connector
Lead wire (black)
Flag connector
Wiring to Switch
DC motor side
Housing set (L) side
Flag connectors have to be connected to
Switch’s terminals so that their Lead wires
face to DC motor side .
Flag connector
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Wiring diagram
Route LED lead wires in Housing set (L) as drawn in Fig. D-3.
Fig. D-3
Fix Lead wires with
lead wire holder.
Lead wires have to be
tightened in this area.
Pass Lead wires
between Ribs.
Fix Lead wires with
lead wire holder.
Pass Lead wires
between Ribs.
LED light circuit
Rib
Rib
Rib
Fix Lead wires with
lead wire holder.
Rib
LED light circuit
adhesive
Put LED light circuit, facing adhevive-coated
side to Change ring side.
Do not put Lead wires on any Ribs
in this area designated with gray color.
Otherwise, Lead wires interfere with
setting Switch.
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Wiring diagram
Route lead wires except for LED in Housing L. ( Fig. D-4)
Fig. D-4
Bend Receptacle for lead wire (red) and
connect it to (+) terminal of DC motor
toward Motor shaft.
Rib
Bend Receptacle with lead wire (black) and
connect it to (-) terminal of DC motor toward
Motor shaft.
Do not put the receptacle over the line
designated in the drawing.
Line of rib
DC motor
Gear
assembly
Line filter
Pass lead wires (black, red) for
DC motor and Switch through
Line filter.
And put Line filter in place
drawn below.
Boss
Boss
Do not put Lead wires on the bosses.