Model # R4010

Internet #100665651

RIDGID 10 in. Portable Tile Saw with Laser-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued RIDGID

10 in. Portable Tile Saw with Laser-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

The RIDGID 110-Volt Portable Wet Tile Saw is a great choice for tile at the job site. The saw features a powerful 15-amp motor that stops in seconds with the AutoBrake for fast removal of cut tile, while the 3-3/4 in. depth-of-cut capacity is ideal for cutting large pavers. The plunge-and-bevel head offers a laser guide to help you make precise straight and mitre cuts and the table extension supports the tile as you work.

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  • Powerful 15-amp motor cuts through ceramic tile
  • Rubber-coated aluminum table helps keep tiles in place
  • Plunge-and-bevel head for precise mitre and straight cuts
  • Over-size cut capacity makes 18 in. diagonal and 24 in. rip cuts
  • 3-3/4 in. depth-of-cut capacity for cutting large pavers
  • Full-coverage splash guard captures water from the cutting wheel to help minimize overspray
  • Aluminum rip guide for straight and mitre cuts
  • Laser guide offers precision as you cut
  • Pump isolation switch powers the submersible pump when the cleaning nozzle is in use
  • Fresh water connect feature keeps clean, fresh water on the cutting wheel as an alternative to the pump
  • Variable flow valves for making proper flow adjustments
  • Ready-rack tile carrier conveniently mounts on the included stand to dry and transport cut tile
  • Removable rear and side water trays capture water from large tiles to help keep the work area dry and clean
  • Table extension offers maximum support for tile
  • AutoBrake stops the motor in seconds so you can remove tile from the cutting table quickly

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Customer Questions & Answers


Asked by: Anonymous
We are not able to post a wiring diagram on this site but, the diagram can be found at under model #R4010. There is a Gear under the model number. Click on the gear and this will give you a parts breakdown to that tool as well as the wiring diagram. Thank you RIDGID Support
Answered by: RIDGID
Date published: 2015-09-17

can i get the owners manual for this saw?

i bought this saw about 2 years ago but now can't find my owners manual.
Asked by: CiaoGino
Hey CiaoGino, Here is the link you requested: Joseph
Answered by: JosephHDATL
Date published: 2015-11-07
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Customer Reviews

10 in. Portable Tile Saw with Laser-DISCONTINUED is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 37.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I was skeptical I read a lot of reviews on this tile saw and some of them were not too good. I almost didn’t buy the saw because of the reviews. Tile is what I do for a living so I need a good saw. I am disappointed with all the bad reviews I read because they were all wrong. The saw is not under powered you just have to set the blade down low enough. I have used the saw on 18” tiles and it cut them straight. Ridgid should give you a better blade because the blade they give you will chip the tile a little so buy a good blade when you buy the saw. The saw is very portable with the wheels right on the stand. If you are looking for a good tile saw this is the one to buy. Slowly all of my tools are changing to Ridgid. Lifetime service agreement how can you beat that? Keep up the good work Ridgid!!!!
Date published: 2013-02-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from May as well flush your money down the toilet. Cant decide what is more worthless the saw or the customer service. I have had many issues with the saw. 1. Stand started rusting after a couple of months. Was told by ridged that every time it gets wet it needs to be towel dried. 2. Plastic hoses and fitting are junk. the valve broke and i am no longer able to cut tile inside because it leaks everywhere. Was told to take it to service center and they will look at and and within a couple of weeks they will get me the parts. I don't have a couple of weeks to sit on my thumbs and wait. 3. DO NOT count on the laser. its not accurate and unless you are cutting in the dark you cant see it. This saw is so bad even Home Depot wont rent it from their tool center. They rent MK. Buy a MK you can actually cut tile with it.
Date published: 2011-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Impressed to pile of junk After about the first month of having this saw, became many issues. I have only had the saw for 8 months now, and already switched to DeWalt. I am a moderately busy Tile Installer and haul the saw in a trailer. Once at job site, i pull it out and set up right by trailer. So it does not go through any RIGEROUS demands. Highly unimpressed and have already switched to DeWalt. Oh and its virtually impossible to get any warrenty service at no charge. Pros: works good once set up....and for a month Cons: Set up is a pain, too many disassebled parts and terrible diagram of instructions - Exact line laser is a joke - once it gets wet it doesnt work (hmmm, wet saw?) - light on it is nice at first, but fills up with tile dust and eventually stops working - frame is poorly built, which the frame is most important to a straight cut - welds on both sides of the wheels broke off
Date published: 2011-10-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Rated a Dissappointing Almost I tried 2 tile saws before this one. The R4010 is hands down the best design. The integral stand is handy for support and transport. I agree with other reviewers that the tubing is thin walled, but it is adequate and light weight. I was concerned about the reviews indicating rust and sprayed WD40 in each tube as I assembled. Eighteen months later and no rust on the stand. The freshwater delivery system is great. Never used the pump, so can't rate that. However, I would agree wholeheartedly with other reviewers that the water delivery system is just cheap - all plastic. The hose-coupling/shutoff-valve broke the second time I used the saw. I picked this saw over the DeWalt DW24000 because of price. Add $40.00 to the price of the Ridgid for a ball valve, hose coupling, and brackets beefy enough to support a garden hose, and you're a bit closer to the cost of the DeWalt. The laser is handy. My first job was a diagonal pattern. The laser is great for quickly cutting corner to corner on tile that will be covered by baseboard. If it has to be precise, mark and cut the mark. I wouldn't buy this saw because of the laser, but it's a nice feature. I also would not buy it because of "Lifetime" parts. It took almost a year just to get the saw registered. It also takes months to get parts, and I've needed too many of them. My local repair center just dropped Ridgid because of slow service and poor quality parts. I also agree the instructions are small and bad. A contractor should not even think about this saw. A busy DIY guy like me will be frustrated. It's a great design and a lot to like, but poor quality. Ridgid almost has a great saw and easily could, but until they improve the quality, I would buy the DeWalt!
Date published: 2012-12-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 10" Rigid Tile Saw I am a tile contractor. I bought this saw because it would cut 18" tiles diagonally. This saw is pretty much for light duty use. The bad things are (#1) The assembly instructions were horrible.(#2) The collector for all the hoses for the pump, filter, etc. was useless. It clogged up on the 1st job I put it on. I ended up bypassing all that and running the pump hose directly to the motor. (#3) The blade that came with it was not good quality. (#4) The laser is not accurate making it useless. (#5) The arm that the motor bolts on to will bend slightly when cutting harder tiles such as porcelain or granite. This makes for a crooked or curved cut. I can grab the handle on the motor and bend the motor arm without much effort. (#6) The tubular stand is starting to rust after 3 months of use because it gets water inside the tubes. This is about all the bad things so far. The good things are (#1) The light weight. (#2) The quick stop blade after you stop the saw. Maybe I just got a lemon. All my other Rigid tools are great, but this tile saw was a real dissapointment. If you are a tile contractor, you should NOT buy this saw. Get a Dewalt tile saw....that is what I should have done. Thankyou, Mark
Date published: 2009-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tile saw Instructions for assembly need much improvement. Must upgrade to a premium blade for production cuts however saw has plenty of power & makes true cuts. Suggested improvements 4" depth cut (pavers 4" X 8"), longer cleaning nozzle tube & optional lock pin to hold saw down (power of saw over rides clamp stop).
Date published: 2010-09-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great saw but water recirc. systrem sucks! Bought this saw last year and did my entire patio and a few other jobs. I've done hundreds of cuts with it. It cuts through 2.75" thick pavers with ease. The water side of things is unfortunately sub par due to cheap components. The cheap little springy hose clamps included just plain sucked and the lines would blow off frequently. The submersible pump included died. The idea was to collect used water and pump it back to the supply side and recirculate it, hence conserving water usage. The plastic fittings would come loose and not support the weight of a hose and I had to tie the hose to the frame. Eventually I just removed/replaced all these cheap components and made the water a once through system and was much happier / less frustrated. The mobility of the stand is nice of course as you can position the saw right where you are working. Especially handy when the material is quite heavy. The quality of the motor and the included saw blade are good, no complaints, plenty of power. Overall it's a good quality saw and stand - I'd recommend it. I wouldn't waste time with the water recycling side of it though due to it's cheap construction.
Date published: 2016-08-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from got this saw to replace an MK that was 11 years old and on it's last leggs. If this is 1/2 the saw that my MK was then I will be one happy contracter. I have used this saw on one large job and it worked very well, the only complant is you should just chuck the setup instructions because it is really not that complex and the instuctions are stupidly hard to understand.
Date published: 2010-03-02
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