Panasonic EYC136NQKW User guide

Panasonic EYC136NQKW User guide
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Metal Cutter
Operating Instructions
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Table of Contents
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Specifications 18
Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic
Metal Cutter. The powerful cutting action of
this cutter, combined with the convenience of
its rechargeable battery pack, provides you
with great metal cutting performance.
This Metal Cutter is only to be used for
cutting unhardened ferrous metal and plastic
This product is a cutting tool, designed to
cut through metal. It has a rotating blade
which is capable of a cutting you deeply,
causing serious injury or death. As a result,
please read this manual and the cautionary
markings on the tool carefully, and obey ail
of the safety instructions and additional
safety instructions to avoid such injury.
e To avoid injury, never insert your finger or
any other object into any opening of the
metal cutter.
How to Use This Manual
e Plgase read this manual completely before
starting to cut with your Metal Cutter.If you let
someone else use the Metal Cutter, make
sure they either read this manual or are fully
instructed in the proper use and all safety
precautions conceming the Metal Cutter.
e Please Keep this manual for further reference.
lt contains important safety information that
you must follow to use the Metal Cutter safely.
e This manual and product use the following
signal words:
Notes provide additional information that you
should know about the Metal Cutter.
Caution indicales a potentially hazardous situation,
which could result in minor or moderate injury if not
avoided. Cautions also alert you to unsafe practices
to be avoided.
Waming indicates à potentially hazardous situation, which
could result in serous injury or death if not avoided.
Danger indicates an imminent hazard which wilt
result in serious injury or death if not avoided.
Failure to follow all instructions listed below,
may result in electric shock, fire and / or
serious personal injury,
Work Area
1) Keep your work area clean and well iit.
Cluttered benches and dark areas invite accidents.
2) Do not operate power tools in sxploseve
atmospheres, such as in the presence of
flammabie liquids, gases, or dust,
Power tools create sparks which may
ignite the dust or fumes.
Keep bystanders, children, and visitors
away while operating a power tool.
Distractions can cause you to lose control.
Make sure that no one is beneath, or on the
other side of the area where you are working.
Electrical Safety
4) A battery operated tool with integral
batteries or a separate battery pack must
be recharged only with the specified
charger for the batiery.
A charger that may be suitable for one type
of battery may create a risk of fire when
used with another battery.
Use battery operated tool only with
specifically designated battery pack.
Use of any other batteries may create a risk
of fire.
Personal Safety
6) Stay alert, watch what you are doing, and
use common sense when operating a
power tool. Do not use tool while tired or
under the Influence of drugs, alcohol, or
A monent of inattention while oparating power
tools may result in serious personal injury.
Dress properly. Do not wear Loose clothing
or jewelry. Contain long hair. Keep your
hair, clothing, and gloves away from
moving parts,
Loose clothes, jewelry, or long hair, can be
caught in moving parts.
8) Avoid accidental starting. Be sure switch
is in the locked or off position before
inserting battery pack.
Carrying tools with your finger on the switch
or inserting the battery pack into a tool with
the switch on invites accidents.
9) Remove adjusting keys or wrenches
before turning the tool on.
A wrench or a key that is left attached to a
rotating part of the tool may result in personal
10)Do not overreach. Keep proper footing
and balance at all times.
Proper footing and balance enable better
control of the tool in unexpected situations.
11)Use safety equipment. Always wear eye
Dust mask, non-skid safety shoes, hard hat,
or hearing protection must be used for
appropriate conditions,
Tool use and care
12)Use clamps or other practical way to
secure and support the workpiece to a
stable platform.
Holding the work by hand or against your body
is unstable and may lead to loss of control and
serious bodily injury.
13)Do not force tool. Use the correct tool
for your application.
The correct tool will do the job better and safer
at the rate for which It is designed.
14)Do not use tool If switch does not turn
it on or off.
À tool that cannot be controlled with the switch
is dangerous and must be repaired.
15)Disconnect batisry pack from tool or place
the switch in the locked or off position
risk of starting the tool accidentally.
16)Store idle tools out of reach of children
and other untrained persons.
Tools are dangerous in the hands of untrained users.
17) When battery pack is not in use, keep it
away from other metal objects like:
paper clips, coins, keys, nails, screws,
or other small metal objects that can
make a connection from one terminal to
Shorting the batiery terminals together may
cause sparks, bums or a fire.
18)Maintain tools with care. Keep cutting
tools sharp and clean.
Property maintained tools with sharp cutting
edge are less likely to bind and are easier to
19)Check for misalignment or binding of
. moving parts, breakage of parts,and any
other condition that may affect the tool's
operation. If damaged , have the tool ser-
viced before using.
Many accidents are caused by poorty maintained
20)Use only accessories that are recommended
by the manufacturer for your model.
Accessories that may be suitable for one tool
may create a risk of injury when used on
another tool.
21)Tool service must be performed only by
qualified repair personnel.
Service or maintenance performed by
unqualified personnel may result in a risk of
22) When servicing a tool, use only kientical
replacement parts. Follow instructions In
the Maintenance section of this manual.
Use of unauthorized parts or faiure to follow
Maintenance Instructions may create a risk of
shock or injury.
1) Keep hands away from cutting area
and blade. Kesp your sacond hand on
auxiliary handie or motor housing.
If both hands are holding the cutter, they
cannot be cut by the blade.
Keep your body positioned to either
side of the cutter blade, but not in Une
with the cutter biade.
KICKBACK could cause the cutter to jump
backwards.{See KICKBACK)
Do not reach underneath the work.
The guard can not protect you from the
blade below the work.
2) Check lower guard for proper closing
before each use. Do not operate cutter
If lower guard does not move freely and
close Instantly. Never clamp or tie the
lower guard into the open position.
i cutter is accidentally dropped, lower guard
may be bent. Raise the lower guard with the
Lower Guard Lift Lever and make sure it
moves freely and does not touch the blade or
any other part, in all angles and depths of cut.
3) Check the operation and condition of
the lower guard spring. If the guard and
the spring are not operating properly,
they must be serviced before use.
Lower guard may operate sluggishly due
to damaged pans, gummy deposits, or a
bulidup of debris.
Lower guard should be retracted manually
only for special cuts such as “Pocket
Cuts” and “Compound Cuts” . Raise lower
guard by Lower Guard Lift Lever. As soon
as blade entars the material, lower guard
must be released.
For all other cutting, the lower guard
should operate automatically.
Always observe that the lower guard is
covering the blade before placing cutter
down on bench or floor.
An unprotected, coasting blade will cause the
cutter to walk backwards, cutting whatever is
in its path. Ba aware of the time # takes for
the blade to stop after swith is released.
NEVER hold piece being cut In your
hands or acroes your leg.
It is important to support the work property
to minimize body exposure, blade binding.
or loss of control.
Hold tool by insulated gripping surfaces
when performing an operation where
the cutting tool may contact hidden
Contact with a “live” wire will also make
exposed metal parts of the toot ive” and
shock the operator.
When ripping always use a rip fence or
straight edge guide.
This improves the accuracy of cut and
reduces the chance for blade binding.
Always use blade with correct size and
shape (diamond vs. round) arbor holes.
Blades that do not match the mounting hard-
ware of the cutter will run eccentrically, causing
loss of control,
10)Never use damaged or incorrect blade
washers or bolts.
The blade washers and bolt were specially
designed for your cutter, for optimum performance
and safety of operation.
11) Cause and Operator Prevention of Kickback:
Kickback is a sudden reaction to a
pinched, bound, or misaligned cutter
blade, causing an uncontrolled cutter to lift
up and out of the workpiece toward the
operator. When the blade is pinched or
bound tightly by the ker! closing down, the
blade stalls and the motor reaction drives
. the unit rapidly back toward the operator.
If the blade becomes twisted or misaligned
in the cut, the teeth at the back edge of the
blade can dig into the top surface of the
metal causing the blade to climb out of the
kerf and jump back toward the operator.
Kickback is the result of tool misuse and / or
incorrect operating procedures or conditions and
can be avoided by taking proper precautions as
given below:
12) Maintain a firm grip on the cutter and
position your body and arm in a way
that allows you to resist KICKBACK
KICKBACK forces can be controlled by the
operator, if proper precautions are taken.
13) When blade is binding, or when Interrupting
a cut for any reason, release the trigger and
hold the cutter motionless In the material
until the biade comes to a complete stop.
Never attempt to remove the cutter from the
work or pull the cutter backward while the
blade is in motion or KICKBACK may
Investigate and take corrective actions to
eliminate the cause of blade binding.
14) When restarting a cutter In the workpiece,
center the cutter blade In the kerf and
check that teeth are not engaged Into the
material. .
If cutter blade is binding, it may walk up or
KICKBACK from the workpiece as the cutter
в restarted.
15)Support large panels to minimize the
risk of blade pinching and KICKBACK.
Large panels tend to sag under their own
weight. Supports must be placed under
the panel on both sides, near the line of
cut and near the edge of the panel.
16)Do not use dull or damaged blade.
Unsharpened or improperly set blades
produce narrow kerf causing excessive
friction, blade binding, and KICKBACK.
17)Biade depth and bevel adjusting locking
levers must be tight and secure before
making cut.
if blade adjustment shifts while cutting, it
will cause binding and KICKBACK.
18)Use extra caution when making a
“Pocket Cut” Into existing walls or
other blind areas.
The protruding blade may cut objects that
can cause KICKBACK, or a live wire could
cause electric shock.
19)The risk of kickback increases as the
battery pack discharges.
20)Be sure to inspect material. Avoid cutting
bolts, nails or other different material.
21)Be careful not to drop Metal Cutter.
22)Never swing Metal Cutter.
23)Naver cover the ventilation slots, and ksep
them free from dust or other material.
24)Do not clamp Metal Cutter in & vise. Never
cut with Metal Cutter held upaide down In
a vise. This is extremely dangerous and
can lead to serious accidents.
25)Never wear knitted gloves.
26)Be sure no one Is below when using
Metal Cutter In high locations.
27)Do not touch the blade immediately
after operation. It may be hot and could
burn your skin.
Symbol Meaning
Vv volts
- Direct Current
Mo no load speed
… / min Dor minute or reciprocation
manual contains important safety and
operating instructions for battery charger
1) Before using battery charger, read all
instructions and cautionary markings on
(1) battery charger, (2) battery pack.
2) CAUTION -To reduce the risk of
injury, charge only Battery Pack EY9001,
EY9080, EY9065, EY9006, EY9088, EY9101,
EY9180, EY9182, EY9108, EY9107, EY9136,
EY9230, EY 9200, EY9108.
Other types of batteries may burst caus-
ing persona! injury and damage.
3} Do not expose charger to rain or snow.
4) To reduce risk of damaging the electric
plug and cord, pull by plug rather than cord
when disconnecting charger.
5) Make sure cord is located so that it will not
be stepped on, tripped over, or otherwise
subjected to damage or stress.
6) An extension cord should not be used
uniess absolutely necessary.
Use of improper extension cord could
result in a risk of fire and electric shock. If
extension cord must be used, make sure:
a. that pins on plug of extension cord are
the same number, size and shape as
those of plug on charger.
b. that extension cord is properly wired
and in good electrical condition.
c. that wire size is large enough for ampere
rating of charger as specified below.
AC input Rating. Amperes AWG Size of Cord
Equal to or But less Length of Cord, Feet |
greater than than 25 50 100 150
0 2 18 18 18 16
7) Do not operate charger with damaged cord
or plug—take it 10 a qualified serviceman.
8) Do not operate charger if it has received
a sharp blow, been dropped, or otherwise
damaged in any way; take it to a qualified
8} Do not disassemble charger; take it to a
qualified serviceman when service or -
repair is required. incorrect reassembly
may result in a risk of electric shock or
10) To reduce the risk of electric shock, unplug
charger from outlet before attempting any
maintenance of cleaning.
11) The charger and battery pack are specifically
designed to work together. Do not attempt to
charge any other cordless tool or battery
pack with this charger.
12) Do not attempt to charge the battery pack
with any other charger.
13) Do not attempt fo disassemble the battery
pack housing.
14) Do not store the tool and battery pack in
locations where the temperature may reach
or exceed 122°F (50°C) (such a metal tool
shed, or a car in the summer), which can
lead to deterioration of the battery pack.
15) Do not charge battery pack when the
temperature is BELOW 32°F (0°C) or
ABOVE 104°F (40°C).
16) Do not incinerate the battery pack. It can
explode in a fire.
17) Avoid dangerous environment. Do not use
charger in damp or wet locations.
Do not hold the plug with a wet hand.
18) The charger is designed to operate on
standard household 120V AC electrical
power only.
Do not attempt to use it on any other voit-
agel Before connecting the charger to a
power source (receptacle, outlet, etc.), be
sure the voltage supplied is standard 120
volt AC.
power source greater than that specified
for the charger. This can result in dam-
age to the charger and is a potential fire
Do not use a generator as a power source.
19) Do not abuse cord. Never carry charger by
cord or yank it to deconnect from outlet. Keep
cord away from heat, ofl and sharp edges.
20) Charge the battery pack in a well ventilated
place, do not cover the charger and battery
pack with a cloth, etc., while charging.
21) Use of an attachment not recommended
may result in a risk of fire, electric shock,
or injury to persons.
22) Do not short the battery pack. if you keep
a battery pack in a tool box, for example,
it could be shorted by touching any metal
objects in the box. Store in a dry location.
Do not allow the battery pack to become
wet with any liquid. A battery short can
cause a large current flow, overfieating
and bums.
23) Use only a dry, soft cloth for cleaning the
charger. Do not use a damp cloth, thin-
ner, benzine, or other volatile solvents for
24)NOTE: If the supply cord of this appliance is
damaged, have it serviced by a gualified
This plug will fit in a polarized outlet only
one way. If the plug does not fit fully in
the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does
not fit, contact a qualified electrician to
install the proper outlet. Do not change
the plug in any way.
Parts and Controls
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Fig. 1
Setting Up
Charging Battery Pack
Charge the battery pack when the cutting
speed becomes 100 slow for effective cutting.
H you have two battery packs, you can use one
to continue working while charging the other
Note: When you charge the battery pack
for the first time, or after prolonged
storage, charge it for about 24
hours to bring the batteries up to full
1. Plug the charger into the AC outlet.
Note: » Sparks may be when the
plug is inserted Into the AC power
supply, but this is not a problem in
terms of safety.
2. Insert the battery pack firmly into the
Battery 4? ToAC
pack : outlet
3. During charging, the charging lamp will
When charging is completed, an inter-
nal electronic switch will automatically
be triggered to prevent overcharging.
* Sack ing will not start if the batte
Ciel anor heavy duty poration).
after ration).
The orange standby lamp will be lit
until the battery cools down.
will then begin automatically.
4. When charging is completed, the charg-
ing lamp will start flashing rapidly.
5. en the battery pack has not been
used for a long time, the charging lamp
starts flashing slowly to indicate protec-
tive charging.Protective charging takes
longer to charge the battery
than the standard "une time. (Max.
charging time is approx. 90 minutes).
+ If a fully charged battery pack is insert-
ed into the charger again, the charging
lamp may light up. After several min-
utes, the charging lamp may flash
to indicate th
de icate the charging
If the charging lamp does not light imme-
dlately after the charger is plugged in, or
it after the standard charging time the
lamp does not go off, consult an autho-
rized dealer.
Note: » When a cold battery (of about
5°C or less) is to be charged in a
warm room, leave the battery in
the room for at least one hour
and charge it when it has
warmed up to room re.
(Failing to do so may result in
less than a full charge.
* Cool down the charger when
charging more than two
battery packs consecutively.
Do not insert your fingers into
contact hole, when holding
charger or any other occasions.
CAUTION: - Do not use power source
from an engine generator.
Do not cover vent holes
on the charger and the
battery pack.
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Lamp indication
í | | Charger is plugged into a wall outlet. Ready
amo quo ema» —— (1), charge.
— eo) Now charging
000000000800 — ED Charging Is completed
a comme — + C) Protective charging
_ Battery pack is warm. Charging will begin
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Flashing — XJ dust or malfunction of the battery pack.
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Inserting Battery Pack Operation
CAUTION Before Using Metal Cutter
Before Inserting the battery pack, check
that the power switch In the Metal Cutter
actuates property and retums to the “OFF”
position when released.
1. To insert the battery pack:
Slide the battery pack in place at the rear of
the metal cutter. The battery should snap
into place. If the battery is loose, it has not
been propeity connected.
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Fig. 3
2. To remove the battery pack:
Press the two tabs on the sides of the batiery
pack Slide the battery pack out of the metal
cutter body.
Each time you use the metal cutter, you must
make sure it is in good operating condition.
Use the following checklist; the blade installed in the correct direction?
The arrow on the blade must point In the
same direction as the arrow on the upper
blade cover.
2.18 the blade installed properly?
Make sure the hex bolt is tightened
securely. (See Fig. 13 page 16)
3. Does the blade look all right?
Replace the blade immediately if there are
any cracks in it or if any teeth are broken.
4. Does the lower blade guard close property?
To avoid injury, do not use the metal cutter
if the lower blade guard does not close
Quickly over the blade.
5.18 the transparent window securely
6.1s the battery pack charged and inserted
firmly to the metal cutter?
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Using Metal Cutter
Read the “General and Specific Safety
Rules” at the front of this manual before
using the metal cutter.
Foliow these steps:
Hold the metal cutter with both hands, as
shown in Fig. 4. Do not attempt to remove cut
material when blade is moving.
1.Line up the center of the notch with your
cutting line.
2. Press the switch lock lever down, then
squeeze the power switch to start the
+ Check that the switch lock lever works.
If power switch can be activated without
depressing the switch lock lever, discon-
tinue use immediately. Take the tool to
an authorized service center,
« Always hold the handle with one hand
and the front grip with the other. (See Fig.
4, page 12) Maintain a firm grip and
depress the switch fully. ’
+ The biade should not touch the cutting
material before you start the motor. Wait
until the blade reaches full speed before
starting a cut.
This tool has no provision to lock the switch
in the "ON" position, and you must not
atiempt to secure it in the "ON" position.
3. Start cutting when the blade reaches fuli
4. During cutting, keep your cutting line
straight. Move the metal cutter forward at a
steady speed, while looking at the tip of the
blade through the transparent window.
» To prevent dangerous kickback, keep the
base of the metal cutter flat on the surface
of the material! being cul
* Never force the cutter. Use light and continucus
5.1f the motor starts to feel too warm, stop
cutting. Let the metal cutter cool down
before continuing work.
6.It is always a safe practice to remove the
battery pack after use and before storing
the metal cutter.
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Cutting depth adjustment
« Loosen the depth adjustment wing nut and
adjust the cutting depth.
Tighten the depth adjustment wing nut
securely at the desired cutting depth.
@ Tighten
e Y Pull down
Depth adjustment wing nut
Fig. 5
Rip fence (EY3500B7727)
(Available as an accessory, not included)
+ Rip fence is convenient for rip cuts and
repeated cuts of uniform width.
Adjust rip fence as shown. ® Adjust
Fig. 6
Alignment with cutting line
* Use the notch as a guide to establish И N
cutting position. Align the notch with
cutting line.
As the cutting position may differ
depending on the blade, do & trial cut
Fig. 7
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For Proper Use (Further Detail)
1. It is important to use an appropriate device
to hold the material being cut properly, and | *
to hold the cutter frmiy with both hands to
prevent loss of control which could cause
personal injury.
* Figure 8 shows proper cutting position.
* Note that hands are kept away from cutting
* When cutting, do not try to hold the material
with your hand.
Fig. 8
2. Support large pieces of material, near
the cut. Be sure to support large pieces
of material properly to minimize the risk
of blade pinching and kickback.
« Use sharp blades only. Clean and sharp
blades minimize stalling and kickback.
WARNING Proper Support of Material
Fig. 9
3. Don't support the material away from the Improper S of Material
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» When making an incomplete cut or cutting is interrupted, or blade is binding or cutter is
stalling; release the trigger immediately and hold the cutter motionless in the material until
the blade comes to a complete stop. To avold kickback, never attempt to remove the cutter
from the work or pull the cutter backward while the blade is in motion. Make sure the blade
has come to a complete stop, then remove cutter from cut. To resume cutting, start metal
cutter, aliow the blade to reach fuli speed, reenter the cut slowly and resume cutting.
4. Place the wider part of the cutter base on the part of the work plece which is solidly supported
(Fig. 11), never on the section that will fall off when the cut is made(Fig. 12).
» Hold the cutter firmly to prevent loss of control. Working carelessiy can cause severe personal
5. Make sure the blade stops.
Even though your metal cutter has an automatic brake, before setting the metal cutter. down,
make sure the blade has come to a complete stop and the lower blade guard has closed.
6. Do not use if anything seems unusual. Remove battery pack immediately.
< If the metal cutter body becomes very hot, or does not work properly, remove the battery pack
and do not use. Have it checked by an authorized service center.
Do not try to repair the metal cutter yourself. Never disassemble or modify the metal cutter
body. There are no user-repalrable parts inside.
* After completing a cut, do not allow the cutter to brush against your leg or side.
Since the lower guard is retractable, it could catch on your clothing and expose the blade.
Keep clothing away from metal cutter. Be aware of the exposed blade sections that exist in
both the upper and lower guard areas.
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Because cutting metal creates sparks;
* Always use safety goggles.
* Do not use metal cutter near any flammable substance or in an area where flammable
substances are used. Fire and bum injury could result.
8. Never engage the shaft lock while blade is running, or engage in an effort to stop the tool.
Never turn the switch on when the shaft lock is engaged. Serious damage to your metal cutter
will result.
To avoid severe personal injury, always
remove the battery pack from the metal cutter
To assure product SAFETY and RELIABILITY,
servicing should be performed by an authorized
service center. Always insist on genuine
Panasonic replacement parts.
Removing Blade
The blade will be hot right after cutting. Be
sure to let the biade cool down before
removing &.
Foliow these steps:
1. Remove the battery pack from the metal
2. Hold the shaft lock bution down. This prevents
the blade from rotating.
3. Use the provided hex wrench to loosen the
hex bolt.
Keep the hex wrench in the storage slot on
the metal cutter's body when not using it.
4. Remove the hex bolt and outer washer.
5.Use the lowar guard lift lever to retract
(open) the lower guard.
6. Carefully remove the blade.
7. Clean the metal cutter if necessary.
* Be careful to avoid cutting your hands on
the blade.
* When disposing of a blade, secure it inside
heavy or corrugated paper. This will help
prevent anyone from being cut by the
discarded blade.
inner washer Place the inner washer
with cut-out lacing you.
Shaft lock button
Place the protrusion of
the outer washer Into the
position of the washer.
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Installing Blade
Follow these steps:
1. Remove the battery pack from the metal
2. Remove any cutting debris from blade area.
3.Use the lower guard lift lever to retract
(open) the lower guard.
4.instal! the blade as illustrated in Fig. 13
(page 16). Make sure that both the direction
arrow on the blade and the direction arrow
on the upper blade cover point in the same
5. Set the outer washer in place.
6. insert the hex bolt.
7. Hold the shaft lock button down. This prevents
the biade from rotating.
8. Tighten the hex bolt securely with the provided
hex wrench. Store the hax wrench.
Keep the hex wrench in the storage slot on
the metal cutters body when not using it.
Failure 10 follow these instructions can
result in severe parsonal injury.
For Appropriate use of
Battery pack
Ni-MH Battery pack (EY9230)
» Charge the Ni-MH battery fully before storage
in order to ensure a longer service life.
* The ambient temperature range is between
0°C and 40°C,
if the battery pack is used when the battery
temperature is below 0°C, the tool may fail to
function properly. In that, charge the battery
until charging is completed for appropriate
functioning of the battery.
Battery Pack Life
The rechargeable batteries have a limited life. If the
operation time becomes extremely short after
recharging, replace the battery pack with a new one.
Note: * Use under extremely hot or cold conditions
will reduce operating capacity per
Even if you don’t use the Metal Cutter,
charge the battery pack at least once every
six months.
Cleaning Metal Cutter
Keep your metal cutter clean for good cutting
performance and to help keep it safe to use.
Follow these steps:
1.Remove the battery pack from the metal
2. Wipe the metal cutter with a dry, soft cloth.
Do not use a wet cloth or cleaning liquids.
They could damage the metal cutters finish.
3. Be sure to rub off any oil or grease which
could make the metal cutter slippery or hard
to handle,
4. Remove the blade and brush off any dust.
To avoid injury or damage to the unit, never
immerse any part of the tool in a liquid.
Transparent Window
if the window is cracked, or is broken, take
the metal cutter to an authorized service
center for replacement. Do not attempt to
operate cutter. It could result in serious
personal injury.
Never use your metal cutter with a damaged
* The use of any accessories not specified in
this manual may result in fire, electric
shock, or personal injury. Use recom-
mended accessories only.
e Use of a blade on material that is thicker or
thinner than that recommended for that
blade will result in a rough cut, and could
increase the risk of "kick bacicor other injury.
Blade for metal material
For cutting unhardened ferrous material
Thickness of material
Blade for cutting thin metal material
For cutting unhardened ferrous material
Thickness of material
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Blade for plastic
For cutting plastic.
Recomended thickness of material acrylic
and vinyl chloride plates:
corrugated plates, pipes:
Metal Cutter (EY3530)
Motor voltage 15.6 Y DC
Blade Speed 3100 / min (rpm)
Blade Size
Qutside diameter 135 mm, (5-5 / 16”)
Arbor size 20 mm, (25 / 32”)
Maximum cutting depth 3-46 mm, (1/ 87-1-13/ 167 ($ 135mm blade)
3 45° angle cutting - - - 30mm, (1-3 / 16°)
Dimensions (L x W x H) 350 x 198 x 181 mm
(13-25 / 32" х 7-51 / 64” х 7-1 / 8”)
Weight (with battery pack) 3.05 kg (6.7 Ibs)
Battery Pack (EY9230)
Storage Battery ‘NI-MH Battery
Voltage 15.8 VDC (1.2 V x 13 cells)
Battery Charger (EY0230)
Charging time Applicable Battery Pack Standard
| 15.6V | 12V | 9.6v | 7.2v | charging time
Ey o. EY 9065 Approx. 20 min.
— |EY8i01 oleo — | Approx. 25 min.
E9138 Eve107| —— | —— | Approx. 30 min.
EY9230 | EY9200| ___ | Approx. 45 min.
Weight 0.78 kg (1.7 Ibs.)
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