Model # R4090

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RIDGID 10 in. Variable Speed Commercial Tile Saw
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10 in. Variable Speed Commercial Tile Saw

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This RIDGID 10 in. Variable Speed Commercial Tile Saw is built to handle the largest tiles on commercial job sites. The integrated work table expands as needed to give full support on the largest tiles available no matter the cut and breaks down easily for transport. The variable speed dial allows you to adjust the blade to achieve an accurate cut on a variety of materials from mosaic glass to porcelain.

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  • Used to cut tile on commercial job sites
  • Hard anodized aluminum construction
  • Bevel range from 0 to 45 degrees
  • Never-dry automatic water fill system maintains water level
  • WSUV (Wet Saw Utility Vehicle) integrated work stand folds easily for transport and unfolds easily with a 1-step motion for a convenient, sturdy saw platform
  • Dual-stage rolling slide table automatically expands for maximum support of the largest tile
  • Variable speed blade easily adjusts resulting in superior cut quality on a variety of materials including glass, mosaic tile and porcelain
  • Multi-position cutting head easily moves left or right to provide maximum cut capacity and allows optimum material support on table surface
  • Extra large 8 in. wheels easily traverse stairs and job-site obstacles
  • Large cutting capacity at 34 in. rip or 24 in. diagonal cut
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what is the horse power

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chapeco
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October 1, 2012
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April 24, 2013
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IT IS 1 1/2 HP.
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March 6, 2013
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15 amp motor about 4 hp
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October 2, 2012
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RIDGID does not rate their power tools in horse power due to an industry wide dispute on how that is properly to be determined. The standard formula used for many years by most manufacturers for determining horsepower for an electrical power tool was: volts X amp divided by 746 = HP
The RIDGID R4090 wet tile saw uses 120V, 15Amp motor.
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I just bought the 4090 how come it was discontinued

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July 31, 2016
Reconditioned model number reads zzr4091 is this correct
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August 31, 2016
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Hi RJ, We do not manufacture this model any longer. ZRR4091 is the next model. Hope this helps
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August 2, 2016
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Hi RJ.
Being a tile mechanic for over 25 years, I've come to love and hate this design.
It's fantastic in the way it filters sediment and the folding up capability is very convenient.
Unfortunately, there are times when you just need a less complicated setup right in the room with you or basically just setup on the floor.
You can't do that with this saw. It's either use it with the stand or not at
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Hi RJ.
Being a tile mechanic for over 25 years, I've come to love and hate this design.
It's fantastic in the way it filters sediment and the folding up capability is very convenient.
Unfortunately, there are times when you just need a less complicated setup right in the room with you or basically just setup on the floor.
You can't do that with this saw. It's either use it with the stand or not at all.
That's why Ridgid has reverted back to the traditional tub design. It's also why if you're going to run a business you'll need at least 5 different saws, in all the sizes and functions.
Now not many know this, but Ridgid does have a 10 inch saw available with the same 34" rip capabilities as the R4091, only now it's the tub design. Looks similar to their 8 inch saw. It looks like a very nice saw, especially with how the splash trays are integrated.
I bought the R4091 as a display model and so far it has worked flawlessly. It cuts true and feels solid. Moving the cutting head in either direction is almost a two person job, but once it's set, you're good for the day anyhow.
I don't know why they eliminated the variable speed capability, but I'm pretty confident it was because saws were coming back damaged due to the user setting the speed improperly. Best, just eliminate it and make it idiot proof.
Hope this helps you somewhat. Enjoy the saw...!
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how or where can I get this saw? I want the 4090 not the 4091

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May 25, 2015
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August 2, 2016
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Search to see if any are left in random stores. Maybe they can ship it.
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May 28, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!
This item has been discontinued. There may be inventory left in some stores, but that will be very limited.
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RIDGID
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Can it cut material up to 4 inch thick?

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November 14, 2014
Castings of hard plaster.
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August 2, 2016
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Yes, as with most 10 inch saws it just makes it. If you have brick of the wavy design, you may need to flip it over.
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November 18, 2014
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!
No, the R4090 has a maximum depth of cut of 3-3/4”.
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RIDGID
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10 in. Variable Speed Commercial Tile Saw is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not what I expected from "the best/most expensive" wet saw sold at a HD store Well, I must say I was expecting a much better wet saw than my 10 year old one. This saw promised lots of features that are not satisfactory delivered. The water delivery components are terrible. Just as it happened to other people, the diverter valve arrived broken, days later the water inlet valve snapped off, the water pump...I thought was broken and not pumping enough water into the blade. Every cut I made on 12x12 marble tile fogged up the entire basement I was working at: I even used another pump to manually add more water to the blade. That cost me the use of an extra worker. After taking the saw outdoors and plugging it to a garden hose, it worked a lot better except the wasted gallons of water now all over the yard made it messy to work around. The angle cutting is fair on one side of the tile and the other side is a wasted, chipped edge that perhaps can't be reused. When the tile is dense or a bit harder/thicker stone, the blade raised enough to even miss the cut all the way through the tile. This also causes the tile to not be cut straight. The side trays are a nice idea and would work perfect if you didn't have to use a garden hose to supply the needed water which squirts all over the floor. The idea of a wet saw that could do all this one promises is nice, but the disappointing quality of this Ridgid product makes me feel that Ridgid did not, absolutely NOT, tested this machine before sending it out to us the consumers. I would not recommend this $ Beast to anyone wanting a worth the price tool.
Date published: 2011-07-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Had some problems, but got the job done. Negatives: The box was missing the saw blade when I received it so I had to phone the customer service up to get a blade. I ended up purchasing another blade from Home Depot because I did want to wait for the other one to be shipped. My next problem was that I could not adjust the table so the saw cut straight. It was off by about a 1/16 of an inch for a 1 foot long cut. I just ended up shimming one side of my tiles to get an accurate cut. After that, the plastic valve switching the flow of water to either the blade or the little cleaning hose broke. I had the phone the service number again to get a new valve sent. In the mean time, I took out the valve and used duct tape to hold the hoses together. I also feel that the flow of water the blade should have been a stronger too. Positives: The motor was strong and I had no problems cutting through 1 5/8” basalt tiles and 1" thick rock veneer.
Date published: 2011-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply the best.....not like all the rest! I have been in the tile business for 27 years. I have used just about every wet saw they have ever made. During all that time I had alot of complaints about all of them. I have spent the last 27 years saying to myself "why cant they just invent a wet saw that does this and doesnt have this stupid engineering flaw...." Now it appears that Rigid was reading my mind. This saw does everything I thought was a "no brainer" that all the other saws lacked. It appears that Rigid has done what all other tile saw makers just had never figured out.....get a few old tile guys like me to give them their input! Finally finally finally!!! If I could give this saw more than 5 Stars I would....but then again its in a class by itself.
Date published: 2010-04-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not Commercial I'm a General Contractor of 15+ years, specializing in tile, bought this saw 3 years ago to replace one of my other aging saws. It's been my main saw for the last 3 years, but now it's time for a new one, and it won't be a Ridgid. Worked great at first. Plastic valve for water diverter broke within a week. Water pressure for so-called hose to wash down tray is worthless. Pump works great for the blade, but that's it. The overall concept of the water supply under the tray is great (as opposed to most designs where water is IN tray under the table). Motor is pretty good. Tile accomodation is better than most, but arm for motor gets in the way on larger tiles. Beveling is a hassle, as the arm sticks and unseats out of true over time, horribly. Table comes out of square with the blade in short order. Table rails and wheels on table are not the greatest, so the table "bumps" at points along its travel on the slide (not totally level). Portion of table is "rubber" and bleeds carbon after a while and does NOT stay level over time, which causes larger tiles not to be flat on table and thus can crack as blade cuts it toward end of cut. The stand is great, but shaky. Portability is better than most. I load/unload easily by myself in pickup truck. Splash guards are plastic that can succumb easily to working in cold temps. Table lock broke within a year. Stand rusts rather easily. Plastic handles broke off pretty quick. Laser? I forgot it was even there. Worthless. The LED table light is nice. Overall, the saw has taken a beating and produced some great results in the three years I've worked it, but in hindsight, I probably would've been better off with a different saw. I'm getting ready to by a Lackmond to replace this one.
Date published: 2015-01-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great saw with some issues The variable speed, blade positioning and miter features of this saw are pure genius. This saw, however, has the same problem as the last. The blade does not get wet enough which means the blade does not stay cool enough leading to ruined blades. I successfully redesigned the water supply on the last one but the new design of this one has limited my options. The diverter valve broke the first time I tried to use it and am still waiting for a reply from Ridgid for a replacement. I firmly believe that once these issues are resolved I will have a top notch saw. Especially with all the large format tile we are installing these days
Date published: 2011-05-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great saw with issues I am a tile contractor in south Florida for 22 years, We set a lot of tile, marble, granite. The design of the saw was amazing all the little detail right down to cleaning the tray after heavy use. All the adjustments you can think of or need in a tile saw. BUT... Some issues. the water diverters are poor quality. Need to be replaced. And the water pump does not supply enough water to the blade. The tray which holds the tile through the cutting process is not flat. The transition from rubber tray to the metal tray is un even. Which causes the tile to move as it is being cut, or an edge to break off as it goes through the cutting process. If they get these small annoying issues out of the way I think this will be the best designed wet saw to date. I have used a Target Wet Saw for 21 years. Very reliable very heavy.
Date published: 2011-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT TILE SAW !! I HAVE HAD THIS SAW FOR ABOUT 5 MONTHS NOW AND I AM REALLY IMPRESSED WITH IT. IT HAS PLENTY OF POWER, AND ALL THE ROOM YOU NEED TO CUT LARGE TILE. I DON'T KNOW WHY OTHER PEOPLE ARE HAVING TROUBLE WITH THERE SAWS, BUT MY SAW IS THE BEST TILE SAW I HAVE EVER USED ! I HAVE BEEN LAYING TILE FOR 27 YEARS AND HAVE USED ALOT OF TILE SAWS (SOME COSTING MORE THAN $2,000.00) AND I WOULD PICK THIS SAW OVER ALL OF THEM ! THIS SAW CUTS PERFECTLY SQUARE OUT OF THE BOX AND THE LASER IS RIGHT ON. ONLY THING I WOULD IMPROVE IS THE WATER FLOW TO THE BLADE, IT IS ENOUGH FLOW BUT IT WOULD BE NICE TO BE ABLE TO AIM THE WATER AT THE BLADE. I HAVE RETIRED MY OTHER TILE SAWS ! THANKS RIDGID FOR MAKING A GREAT SAW !!!!!
Date published: 2013-04-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not a commercial saw. I owned another Ridgid wet saw prior to the purchase of this one. I loved my older saw but after using it for the installation of over 100k ft of material with it I figured it was time to retire it. This saw was everything I wanted...at least on paper! It was lighter, easier to move and setup, less water on the floor. Everything I needed. What I didnt expect was that the saw would not cut right. After receiving it I opened the box to find out that it did not have assembly instructions. The bevel adjustment is so tight that it takes two people to lay it over or stand it up. The motor assembly movement is similar. The spray nozzles for water are not adjustable enough and the water bounces off of the ba majorlade. This creates major issues with the speed of the cut. The saw goes thru blades fast due to the lack of heat and friction reducing water. The blade getts hot and actually causes the blade to warp. The ability to move the motor is a great design idea. Due to this design you can not get a straight cut on a porcelain tile. The arm rises up causing the blade to cut crooked.That is why it is not recommended for porcelain. It will cut straight if u are willing to take 2 minutes to cut them. I run a high volume of tile and this "commercial" saw is slower than my 5 yr old saw. I would not recommend this saw for someone who is doing only tile work all the time. For part time guys it is a great saw. If you are gonna cut porcelain find a saw that is rated for it. I have depended on Ridgid for years and they have never let me down til now....not money well spend.
Date published: 2011-07-08
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