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Models No. 6018D
New Tool

Description 10mm Cordless Drills

These 7.2V cordless drills are redesigned versions
of existing Model 6012D, 6015D,6172D and their brief
benefits are;
*Easy operation 244(9.5/8")
by ergonomic design for easily pushing the axis of drilling
* Very quiet
*Equipped with electric brake

Speed Drill Fast Charging
Model Battery Carrying
control chuck charger time
6016DW 2 speeds Keyed Battery DC7020 3Hr No
(H&L) 7000
6017D 2 speeds Keyless N/A N/A N/A No
(H&L) 56(2-3/16")
6017DW Battery DC9700 1Hr Yes
7000 orDC7100
6018D + Keyless N/A N/A N/A No
6018DW speed Battery DC9700 1Hr Yes
7000 or DC7100

Motor DC 7.2V magnet motor 251(9.7/8")
Battery Battery7000(Ni-Cd,7.2V,1.3Ah)
No load speed 6016D H:600rpm L:200rpm
6018D H:0-600rpm L:0-200rpm
Chuck capacity 1.0-10mm(1/32-3/8")

Capacities Steel 10mm(3/8")
Wood 15.4mm(5/8")
Wood screw 5.1mm(13/64")X35mm(1-3/8")
Max.fastening H Approx.40Kgf-cm(35in-lbs)
torque L Approx.120Kgf-cm(104in-lbs)
Net weight 6016D 1.0Kg(2.2lbs)
(including 6017D 1.0Kg(2.2lbs) 56(2.3/16")
battery) 6018D 1.1Kg(2.4lbs)
L: Low speed H : High speed

The standard equipment for the tools shown may differ from country to country.
2 speeds by gear change (slide-button)

Ergonomic design
for easilly pushing axis of drilling

Charging time : 3Hr Bit holder
by Fast Charger DC7020 with Charging Base Bits can be held
at both right and left sides.

Chuck key holder

Charging Base DC7020

Very quiet
6016D : 67dB (total noise of eight 6016D' s=noise of one 6012D)
6012D : 76dB

2 speeds by gear change (slide-button)
Keyless chuck

Ergonomic design
for easilly pushing axis of drilling

Charging time : 1Hr
by Fast Charger DC9700 or DC7100

Bit holder
Bits can be held
at both right and left sides.

Very quiet
6017D/6018D : 67dB (total noise of eight 6017D/6018D' s=noise of one 6015D/6172D)
6015D/6172D : 76dB
Standard equipment
6016DW 6017D 6017DW 6018D 6018DW
+- Bit2-45 (2 pcs.) Yes
Battery Cover Yes No Yes No Yes
Chuck Key Yes No
Chaging Base Yes No
Plastic Carrying Case No Yes No Yes

Optional accessories
Drill Bit 1.5,2,3,4,5,6
Drill Bit for wood 9,12,15
Philips Bit l-65, 2-45,2-65,2-82,2-110, 2-150,2-250,3-45,3-65,3-110
Slotted Bit 5-45,5-82,6-70,6.35-45,8-40,8-70
Foam Polishing Pad 125
Rubber Pad Assembly
Wool Bonnet 100
Fast Charger DC7100, DC9700, DC1201, DC1209
Automotive charger DC7112

Features and benefits
See the attached sheets for more information

(1) Cautions in disassembling
To replace the gear assembly, first disassemble the drill chuck.(To disassemble only the housing, its no need to
disassemble the chuck.)
Use care not to miss the compression spring 4 inside the speed change lever since it can be easily jumped out
when disassembling.

Speed change lever

Compression spring 4
Figure 1
(2) Cautions in assembling
(a) Assembling of motor and gear assembly
*Since the motor bracket is mounted on the gear assembly for
repair, turn counterclockwise(viewed from motor bracket
side) the motor bracket beforehand to disconnect it from the Red mark
gear assembly.
1) Screw the motor bracket into the motor. Gear assembly Moto
2) Turn clockwise(viewed from motor bracket side) the motor Motor bracket
assembling parts(shown in 1)to mount them on the gear
assembly. At this time assemble in a way that the red mark
on the motor edge is placed on the change lever side of the Turning direction in assembling
gear assembly. Figure 2

(b) Mounting of speed change lever
1) Mount the compression spring 4 on the speed change lever.
2) Mount the speed change lever on the protrusion of the change lever as shown on the figure 3 while using
care so that the compression spring 4 may not be jumped out.
Protrusion of the change lever

Gear assembly
Speed Motor
Compression spring 4 Figure 3

(c) Assembling on the housing
1) To assemble the one body of gear assembly and motor etc. on the housing L, place the speed change lever
at the position as shown on the figure 4.
2) Use care that the compression spring 4 may not be jumped out in assembling on the housing.

The speed change lever should
Inner side of
be positioned at either side
housing L

Figure 4

(d) Assembling of drill chuck
1) Fasten the chuck into the spindle and body face .
2) Mount the hexagon rod on the chuck and use the vice to fix the hexagon rod.
3) Set to the normal rotation and low speed. Use the full charged battery.
4) Insert the switch and fasten the chuck while securely holding the handle.
*Weakly holding the handle may let you turned around when motor locking.
5) Widen the claw of chuck at maximum and fasten the pan head screw for holding the chuck.
*The left hand thread is used for pan head screw.
Circuit drawing

Red mark
Terminal Switch
T- DC motor