Makita Power Tool 6337D

T
ECHNICAL INFORMATION
PRODUCT
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Models No.
6207D, 6217D, 6237D
6317D, 6337D, 6347D
Description
9.6V, 12V, 14.4V Cordless Driver Drills 10mm (3/8")
12V, 14.4V, 18V Cordless Driver Drills 13mm (1/2")
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CONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS
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These six tools have been developed as upgraded successors
to the existing Makita tools of Model 6203D series, and features
increased power and enhanced mechanical parts.
One of the remarkable features is the repalceable armature for
reduced repair cost.
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Listed below are variations of these new models.
13mm (1/2")
10mm (3/8")
Model No.
Battery
Battery
Type
Dimensions: mm ( " )
Charger
10mm (3/8")
6207DWDE 9134 (9.6V, 2.6Ah) / 2pcs
Ni-MH DC1413
Model No.
6217DWDE 1234 (12V, 2.6Ah) / 2pcs
Ni-MH DC1413
Length ( L )
6237DWDE 1434 (14.4V, 2.6Ah) / 2pcs Ni-MH DC1413
6317DWAE 1222 (12V, 2.0Ah) / 2pcs
Ni-Cd
6317DWDE 1234 (12V, 2.6Ah) / 2pcs
Ni-MH DC1413
6317DWFE 1235 (12V, 3.0Ah) / 2pcs
Ni-MH DC1413
6337DWAE 1422 (14.4V, 2.0Ah) / 2pcs Ni-Cd
DC1413
6207D
233
(9-1/8)
6337DWFE 1435 (14.4V, 3.0Ah) / 2pcs Ni-MH DC1413
6347DWAE 1822 (18V, 2.0Ah) / 2pcs
Ni-Cd
6347DWDE 1834 (18V, 2.6Ah) / 2pcs
Ni-MH DC1803
6347DWFE 1835 (18V, 3.0Ah) / 2pcs
Ni-MH DC1803
DC1803
77
94
94
(3)
(3-11/16) (3-11/16)
243
243
247
Height ( H )
(9-9/16) (9-9/16) (9-3/4)
13mm (1/2")
Model No.
6317D
6337D
6347D
243
243
243
Length ( L )
(9-9/16) (9-9/16) (9-9/16)
94
94
95
Width ( W ) (3-11/16) (3-11/16) (3-3/4)
Height ( H )
243
(9-9/16)
247
(9-3/4)
Specification
See page 2.
Standard equipment
* Battery cover ...................................................................... 2 pcs.
* + - Bit 2-45 ......................................................................... 1 pc.
* Plastic carrying case ........................................................... 1 pc.
< Note > The standard equipment for the tool shown may differ from country to country.
Optional
accessories
Model No.
6237D
233
(9-1/8)
Width ( W )
DC1413
6337DWDE 1434 (14.4V, 2.6Ah) / 2pcs Ni-MH DC1413
6217D
233
(9-1/8)
Battery
Charger
6207D
9120, 9122, 9133, 9134, 9135, 9135A
DC1413, DC1439, DC1803, DC1822, DC9711
6217D
1220, 1222, 1233, 1234, 1235, 1235A
DC1413, DC1439, DC1803, DC1822
6237D
1420, 1422, 1433, 1434, 1435
DC1413, DC1439, DC1803, DC1822
6317D
1220, 1222, 1233, 1234, 1235, 1235A
DC1413, DC1439, DC1803, DC1822
6337D
1420, 1422, 1433, 1434, 1435
DC1413, DC1439, DC1803, DC1822
6347D
1822, 1833, 1834, 1835
DC1803, DC1822
251
(9-7/8)
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Specification
Specification
Model No.
6207D
9.6
Voltage (V)
Chuck capacity (mm [inch])
Drilling capacity
(mm [inch])
No load speed
(rpm = min -1)
6237D
12
14.4
6317D
12
13 mm
6337D
6347D
14.4
18
1 - 10 [1/32 - 3/8]
1.5 - 13 [1/16 - 1/2]
10 [3/8]
13 [1/2]
Steel
Wood
10 mm
6217D
25.4 [1]
32 [1-1/4]
25.4 [1]
32 [1-1/4]
38 [1-1/2]
High
0 - 1,300
0 - 1,300
Low
0 - 400
0 - 400
1 - 6 [10 - 60 / 0.7 - 4.4]
1 - 6 [10 - 60 / 0.7 - 4.4]
Declutching torque
(N.m [kgf.cm / ft.lbs])
Max. fastening torque Hard joint 50 [500/ 440] 60 [600/ 530] 65 [650/ 580] 60 [600/ 530] 65 [650/ 580] 80 [800/ 710]
(N.m [kgf.cm/ in.lbs]) Soft joint 20 [200/ 180] 25 [250/ 220] 30 [300/ 270] 25 [250/ 220] 30 [300/ 270] 35 [350/ 310]
Electric brake
Yes
Yes
Torque settings
16 stages
( + drill mode)
16 stages
( + drill mode)
Variable speed control
Yes
Yes
Mechanical 2-speed
Yes
Yes
Reverse switch
Yes
Yes
Net weight with battery: Kg [lbs]
Features
1.7 [3.7]
1.9 [4.2]
2.0 [4.4]
2.0 [4.4]
2.1 [4.6]
2.4 [5.3]
and benefits
More Powerful Output
New Gear Assembly
Prevents gears from falling out of place.
Prevents clutch from actuating accidentally in drilling mode.
High/ Low
Speed Change Lever
Realized by stronger motor power plus
more efficient power transmission by new
gear assembly
New Separable Type 31 Motor
Change Lever for
Drill/ Screwdriver Mode
1. Uses strong magnet for increased power.
2. Construction without motor case allows;
Light motor body.
Big diameter fan for increased cooling
efficiency
Independently replaceable armature
Working mode can be changed
simply by one action.
Externally Accessible Brushes
Adjusting Ring
For 16 stage torque settings
Palm Fitting Soft Grip
For controlled operation and
operator comfort
Metal Gears for
Enhanced Gear Assembly
All the gears in gear assembly are
made of metal.
[Model 6207D]
Bit Holder *
For storing a driver bit
Note: The feature with a mark* is as same as tools of
Model 6203D series.
1.9 [4.2]/
2.0 [4.4]
1.7
[3.7]
Net weight (with battery):
kg [lbs]
243
[9-9/16]
243
[9-9/16]
Height
(mm [inch])
94
[3-11/16]
77
[3]
Width
(mm [inch])
233 [9-1/8]/
243 [9-9/16]
233
[9-1/8]
2.0 [4.4]/
2.1 [4.6]
247
[9-3/4]
94
[3-11/16]
233 [9-1/8]/
243 [9-9/16]
0 - 400
Low
Length
(mm [inch])
0 - 1,300
High
2.4
[5.3]
251
[9-7/8]
95
[3-3/4]
243
[9-9/16]
1.7
[3.7]
241
[9-1/2]
77
[3]
0 - 400
233
[9-1/8]
0 - 1,200
17 stages +
drill mode
16 stages +
drill mode
Torque settings
No load speed
( rpm=min -1 )
No
Yes
Soft grip handle
Dimensions
0 - 400
0 - 1,300
31 [275]
22 [200]
35 [310]
10 [3/8]/
13 [1/2]
14.4
6233D
6333D
1.9 [4.2]/
2.0 [4.4]
241
[9-1/2]
94
[3-11/16]
2.0 [4.4]/
2.1 [4.6]
246
[9-11/16]
94
[3-11/16]
233 [9-1/8]/ 233 [9-1/8]/
243 [9-9/16] 243 [9-9/16]
0 - 450
0 - 1,400
No
No
Side grip
26 [230]
No
23 [200]
17 [150]
31 [270]
10 [3/8]/
13 [1/2]
12
6213D/
6313D
No
----
14 [120]
25 [220]
10 [3/8]
9.6
6203D
Yes
----
35 [310]
80 [710]
13 [1/2]
18
6347D
Yes
----
30 [270]
65 [580]
10 [3/8]/
13 [1/2]
14.4
6237D/
6337D
Makita
Externally accessible
brushes
Aluminum gear housing
----
25 [220]
20 [180]
Soft joint
Evaluation on
old standard
60 [530]
10 [3/8]/
13 [1/2]
50 [440]
10 [3/8]
Chuck capacity
(mm [inch])
12
6217D/
6317D
Hard joint
9.6
Max. fastening
torque
(N.m [in.lbs])
Voltage (V)
Specification
6207D
of products
Model No.
Comparison
2.5
[5.5]
249
[9-3/4]
95
[3-3/4]
0 - 450
255
[10]
0 - 1,400
16 stages +
drill mode
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
45 [400]
25 [220]
50 [440]
13 [1/2]
18
6343D
1.5
[3.4]
(Not available)
0 - 300
0 - 1,100
17 stages +
drill mode
No
No
No
No
23 [200]
(Not available)
10 [3/8]
9.6
A-9.6
1.9
[4.2]
235
[9-1/4]
83
[3-1/4]
252
[9-7/8]
35 [310]
20 [180]
38 [340]
10 [3/8]
12
A-12
2.2
[4.9]
235
[9-1/4]
83
[3-1/4]
0 - 450
252
[9-7/8]
0 - 1,450
23 stages +
drill mode
Yes
No
No
No
38 [334]
22 [200]
41 [360]
10 [3/8]/
13 [1/2]
14.4
A-14.4-0
A-14.4-1
Competitor A
2.5
[5.5]
235
[9-1/4]
86
[3-3/8]
252
[9-7/8]
45 [400]
30 [270]
50 [440]
13 [1/2]
18
A-18
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Comparison
of products
The Number of Screws Driven/
Holes Drilled on a Single Full-Charge
Time Required for Driving a Screw/
Drilling a Hole
9.6V Models (Numbers on the bars below are relative values when the capacities of 6203D are indexed at 100.)
Test 1: Drilled holes in 38mm (1-1/2") thick Spruce; with 7/8" Spade bit
; on High speed drill mode.
6207D
6207D
2.6Ah
6203D
2.6Ah
110
6203D
5.9sec
100
Slow
50
100
Test 2: Drove 1/4" x 3" Lag bolts
Few
50 holes
100
50
100
Many
; into Spruce; on Low speed screwdriver mode.
6207D
95
6203D
100
Slow
Fast
115
7.3sec
50
100
6207D
2.6Ah
6203D
2.6Ah
Fast
Few
120 68
screws
100
50
100
Many
12V Models (Numbers on the bars below are relative values when the capacities of 6313D are indexed at 100.)
Test 1: Drilled holes in 38mm (1-1/2") thick Spruce; with 7/8"Spade bit
6317D
3.8sec
120
6316D
105
6313D
100
Competitor A
A-12
Competitor B
B-1
Competitor C
C-1
95
105
50
100
Test 2: Drove 1/4" x 3" Lag bolts
95
6316D
6313D
5.9sec
2.6Ah
6313D
2.6Ah
120
100
1.7Ah
90
2.0Ah
85
1.7Ah
85
Few
72
holes
105
50
100
6317D
2.6Ah
100
6316D
2.6Ah
100
100
6313D
2.6Ah
100
Competitor A
A-12
Competitor B
B-1
Competitor C
C-1
100
95
50
6316D
Fast
100
Slow
2.6Ah
Many
; into Spruce; on Low speed screwdriver mode.
6317D
Competitor A
A-12
Competitor B
B-1
Competitor C
C-1
6317D
Competitor A
A-12
Competitor B
B-1
Competitor C
C-1
115
Slow
; on High speed drill mode.
100
Fast
135
95 screws
1.7Ah
85
105
2.0Ah
1.7Ah
Few
95
50
100
Many
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The Number of Screws Driven/
Holes Drilled on a Single Full-Charge
Time Required for Driving a Screw/
Drilling a Hole
Test 3: Drilled holes in 38mm (1-1/2") thick Spruce; with 1" Auger bit
6317D
105
6316D
105
6313D
5.9sec
100
Competitor A
A-12
Competitor B
B-1
Competitor C
C-1
105
105
50
6317D
2.6Ah
6316D
2.6Ah
6313D
2.6Ah
Competitor A
A-12
Competitor B
B-1
Competitor C
C-1
105
Slow
; on Low speed drill mode.
Fast
100
115
100
1.7Ah
90
2.0Ah
95
1.7Ah
95
Few
64
holes
125
50
Many
100
14.4V Models (Numbers on the bars below are relative values when the capacities of 6333D are indexed at 100.)
Test 1: Drilled holes in 38mm (1-1/2") thick Spruce; with 7/8" Spade bit
6337D
120
6336D
3.2sec
110
6333D
100
Competitor A
A-14.4-0
Competitor B
115
Competitor C
C-2
Competitor D
D-1
100
Test 2: Drove 1/4" x 3" Lag bolts
100
6336D
6333D
110
6333D
2.6Ah
100
1.7Ah
95
Fast
5.9sec
1.7Ah
75
3.0Ah
Few
110
105
2.4Ah
110
50
2.6Ah
100
6336D
2.6Ah
100
6333D
2.6Ah
110
Competitor A
A-14.4-0
Competitor B
110
Competitor C
C-2
Competitor D
D-1
110
B-2
Many
100
100
Fast
2.6Ah
120
100
85
115
2.4Ah
1.7Ah
80
3.0Ah
Few
111
screws
105
1.7Ah
B-2
90
50
2.6Ah
6337D
Competitor A
A-14.4-0
Competitor B
Slow
6336D
91 screws
; into Spruce; on Low speed screwdriver mode.
6337D
Competitor C
C-2
Competitor D
D-1
110
Competitor C
C-2
Competitor D
D-1
110
50
2.6Ah
B-2
100
Slow
6337D
Competitor A
A-14.4-0
Competitor B
120
B-2
; on High speed drill mode.
125
50
100
Many
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The Number of Screws Driven/
Holes Drilled on a Single Full-Charge
Time Required for Driving a Screw/
Drilling a Hole
Test 3: Drilled holes in 38mm (1-1/2") thick Spruce; with 1" Auger bit
6337D
105
6336D
105
6333D
5.9sec
100
Competitor A
A-14.4-0
Competitor B
B-2
Competitor C
C-2
115
110
100
Competitor D
D-1
110
Slow
50
6337D
2.6Ah
2.6Ah
120
6336D
2.6Ah
115
6333D
2.6Ah
1.7Ah
105
2.4Ah
105
Competitor D
D-1
3.0Ah
1.7Ah
Few
79
holes
100
Competitor A
A-14.4-0
Competitor B
B-2
Competitor C
C-2
Fast
100
; on Low speed drill mode.
85
115
50
Many
100
18V Models (Numbers on the bars below are relative values when the capacities of 6343D are indexed at 100.)
Test 1: Drilled holes in 38mm (1-1/2") thick Spruce; with 7/8" Spade bit
6347D
100
6343D
100
Competitor A
A-18
Competitor B
B-3
2.5sec
85
50
120
100
50
100
Test 3: Drove 3/8" x 3-1/2" Lag bolts
6347D
4.8sec
95
50
2.6Ah
6343D
2.6Ah
Few
100
6347D
110
2.6Ah
6343D
2.6Ah
Few
Fast
4.8sec
100
Competitor A
A-18
Competitor B
B-3
110
100
Slow
50
Many
135
148 screws
110
50
6347D
Test 4: Drilled holes in 38mm (1-1/2") thick Spruce; with 1" Auger bit
6343D
100
100
100
Many
120
100
Fast
78
screws
100
Competitor A
2.4Ah
A-18
Competitor B 1.3Ah 45
B-3
100
Slow
50
6347D
Fast
100
Competitor A
A-18
Competitor B
B-3
95
; into Spruce; on Low speed screwdriver mode.
110
6343D
100
Competitor A
2.4Ah
A-18
Competitor B
1.3Ah 45
B-3
120
Slow
2.6Ah
Few
2.2sec
100
Competitor A
A-18
Competitor B
B-3
6343D
152 holes
115
; into Spruce; on High speed screwdriver mode.
6347D
6343D
2.6Ah
Fast
100
Test 2: Drove 1/4" x 3" Lag bolts
6347D
Competitor A
2.4Ah
A-18
Competitor B
1.3Ah 40
B-3
100
Slow
; on High speed drill mode.
95
50
100
Many
; on Low speed drill mode.
125 138
holes
6347D
2.6Ah
6343D
2.6Ah
100
Competitor A
2.4Ah
A-18
Competitor B 1.3Ah 45
B-3
100
Few
50
100
Many
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Hint
on setting torque
Selecting Optimum Torque
The graph below shows the relation between the torque-setting number on adjusting ring and fastening torque
(= declutching torque), and the chart below the graph shows what number on the adjusting ring is optimum for
the screw to drive.
Please refer to them when selecting torque; they will help you choose an optimum
torque-setting number to suit the screw to drive.
(The graph and the chart are available to all tools of Model 6207D series.)
Note: Actual fastening torque is not on the theoretical line of the graph.
Advantages of 16 Torque Settings
Optimum torque can be set for every size of machine screw from M4 to M6.
Wood screws can be driven with their heads flush with each other more precisely than ever even though the
screws vary in thickness or length, or the wood workpieces vary in hardness.
[ft.lbs] (kgf.cm) N.m
[5.1] (70) 7
Fastening torque
(Declutching Torque)
[4.4] (60) 6
[3.6] (50) 5
[3.0] (40) 4
[2.2] (30) 3
[1.5] (20) 2
[0.7] (10) 1
[0]
(0)
The Torque-setting Number
on Adjusting Ring
Machine screw
0
1 2
4
M4
6
8
10
M5
12
14
M6
Wood screw
Recommended
Size of Screw
ø3.5 x 22
Hard wood
(pine, etc.)
ø4.1 x 38
ø5.1 x 50
ø3.5 x 22
Soft wood
(lauan, etc.)
ø4.1 x 38
ø5.1 x 50
16
Repair
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< 1 > Disassembling of drill chuck See Fig. 1.
For replacing gear assembly, drill chuck has to be disassembled.
Take the following steps.
1. Firmly hold No.1R139 "Drill chuck extractor" with vise. And lock spindle with the drill chuck extractor.
2. Open the jaws of drill chuck fully and take off flat head screw M6 x 22 by turning clockwise.
3. Disassemble drill chuck with hex wrench inserted into drill chuck by turning the hex wrench anti-clockwise.
If drill chuck is damaged, firmly hold the drill chuck with vise and turn spindle with wrench anti-clockwise
as illustrated in fig. 1A.
1R139 Drill chuck extractor
Fig. 1
Fig. 1A
< Note >
For replacing other than gear assembly, it is not necessary to disassemble drill chuck.
< 2 > Disassembling housing See Fig. 2.
1. Take off brush holder caps and carbon brushes.
2. Slide mode change lever to the drill mode side.
3. Unscrew the following screws.
* Tapping screw PT 3 x 16 : 9 pcs.
* Pan head screw M 4 x 22 : 1 pc.
Tapping screw bind
PT 3x16 : 9 pcs.
Mode change lever
Slide mode change lever
to the drill mode side.
Brush holder cap
Carbon brush
Carbon brush
Pan head
screw M4 x 22 : 1 pc.
Brush holder cap
Fig. 2
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Repair
< 3 > Disassembling gear assembly and motor section See Fig. 3.
Lifting up mode change lever, separated change ring, gear assembly, yoke, armature and endbell from housing
as a set.
Remove as a set without separating from each other.
< Note in disassembling >
Yoke
Mode change lever
Change ring
Gear assembly
Lock lever
Compression spring 2
Armature
Mode change lever
Endbell
Gear assembly
Torsion spring 2
Remove so careful that the following springs
do not spring out.
Compression spring 2: installed in mode change
lever.
Torsion spring 2: fixing mode change lever
on gear assembly
Fig. 3
< 4 > Assembling leaf spring See Fig. 5.
Assemble leaf spring to housing L as illustrated in Fig. 4.
Leaf spring
Housing L
Fig. 4
Housing L
< 5 > Assembling change ring
When separating gear assembly from housing, change ring can easily slip off from gear assembly.
Re-assemble change ring to gear assembly as follows.
1. Align the widest bulge of spring holder to the bulge of gear assembly by turning spring holder.
2. Assemble change ring by aligning the bulge of change ring's edge to the portion of gear assembly
marked with circle by the bulge of gear assembly.
Bulge of
gear assembly
The widest bulge of
Bulge of
spring holder
gear assembly
Bulge of
change ring's edge
14
15
16
1
14
15
Change ring
2
3
4
16
1
2
3
4
Fig. 5
Bulge of
change ring's edge
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Repair
< 6 > Assembling speed change lever
1. Before assembling, make sure that 2 compression springs are installed in the speed change lever. See fig. 6.
2. Assemble speed change lever to the boss of gear assembly as illustrated in Fig. 6A.
3. After assembling, slide the speed change lever to the change ring side or yoke assembling side
and keep its slid position.
For assembling speed change lever,
approach from yoke assembling side.
And press speed change lever to the
boss of gear assembly.
2 compression
springs
Change ring
Speed change
lever
Boss of
gear assembly
Yoke assembling
side
Fig. 6A
Change ring
side
Yoke assembling side
Fig. 6
< 7 > Assembling mode change lever and housing
1. Hitch the hook of tension spring 2 to gear assembly and another hook to mode change lever as illustrated in Fig. 7.
2. Assemble mode change lever to gear assembly by inserting the boss of mode change lever into the groove
of gear assembly as illustrated in Fig. 7.
3. Assemble motor section (yoke, armature and endbell) to gear assembly. Assemble them to housing L as illustrated
in Fig. 7A.
Mode change lever
Motor section
Tension spring 2
(yoke, armature and endbell)
Housing L
Fig. 7
Aligning the cut portion of
yoke with the boss of housing L,
assemble gear assembly and motor
section to housing L.
Fig. 7A
Repair
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4. Assemble compression spring 2 to lock lever as illustrated in Fig. 7B. Pulling mode change lever
to the another side of housing L along the surface of gear assembly, insert the lock lever into mode change lever
as illustrated in Fig 7C.
Compression spring 2
Fig. 7B
Locl lever
Pull mode change lever
to the another side of housing L
in order to assemble lock lever to it.
Housing L
Fig 7C
5. Pushing lock lever, slide mode change lever to the another side of housing L, and assemble housing R to
housing L by fastening screws as illustrated in Fig 7D.
Tapping screw bind
PT 3x16 : 9 pcs.
Pan head
screw M4 x 22 : 1 pc.
Pushing lock lever,
slide mode change
lever to the housing
L side.
Housing L
Fig 7D
P 12 / 13
Repair
< 8 > Assembling drill chuck See Fig. 8.
1. Firmly hold No.1R139 "Drill chuck extractor" with vise. And lock spindle with the drill chuck extractor.
2. Hold No.1R298 "Hex socket" with the jaws of drill chuck firmly and turn the hex socket with No.1R223 "Torque
wrench" clock wise.
<Note> Pre-setting the fastening torque for torque wrench : 49 N.m - 58.8 N.m
3. Fasten flat head screw M6 x 22 by turning it anti-clockwise.
No.1R224 Ratchet head
No.1R298 Hex socket
Flat head
screw M6 x 22
1R139 Drill chuck extractor
No.1R223
Torque wrench
Fig. 8
Circuit
P 13 / 13
diagram
Endbell complete
Color index of lead wires
Switch
M1 M2
B
Black
Red
B
Battery holder
Wiring
diagram
Armature fan
Endbell
Yoke
Lead wire (red)
Rib
Lead wire (black)
Switch
Lead wire (red)
Lead wire (black)
Battery holder