Model # R4091

Internet #205298453

RIDGID 10 in. Wet Tile Saw with Stand


10 in. Wet Tile Saw with Stand

$699.00 /each

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Product Overview

Introducing "THE BEAST" RIDGID 10 in. Wet 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 heavy duty 15 Amp, 1.5 HP motor will power through a variety of materials.

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  • Maximum cut capacity cuts 34 in. rip, 24 in. diagonal and 3-3/4 in. deep
  • 15 Amp motor powers through glass, natural and manmade tile and pavers
  • Plunging head allows controlled cuts for electrical outlets, drains and AC registers
  • Multi-position cutting head easily moves left or right to provide maximum cut capacity and allow optimum material support on table surface
  • Dual-stage rolling slide table automatically expands for maximum support of the largest tile
  • Optimized water nozzle system - 2 removable rubber nozzles maximize water efficiency to blade and provide easy maintenance
  • Unlimited bevel angle adjustment - easily and accurately position the cutting head to any angle from 0 to 45 Degree
  • Die-cast aluminum table - rubber coated work surface provides solid, non-slip material support
  • Extra-large 8 in. semi-pneumatic wheels easily maneuvers on stairs, obstacles and rough terrain
  • Full coverage splash guard wrap around splash guard captures water from the cutting wheel to minimize overspray
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Customer Questions & Answers

Does it have a laser

Asked by: Dale
Yes it does have a laser, along with an LED light
Answered by: Griffinflooring
Date published: 2016-04-10

Can the model 1091 saw handle a smaller blade such as an 8" or 6" and if so will the smaller blade reduce the "wobble" problem noted by sum reviews?

Asked by: Rick
A smaller blade can be installed, but it would not reach the table. I've thought about that myself. Maybe if you add height to the table to raise your tile it would work, ie: very hard closed cell ridgid foam panels cut to the shapes of the tables might work. Don't forget to cut drainage holes and ditches in the blocks.
Answered by: Griffinflooring
Date published: 2016-02-18

What is the speed and horsepower of the motor?

Asked by: dennis
The motor is listed as a 15 amp, 120 V with a no load speed of 4,500 rpm. The no load speed is important when it comes to selecting blades. It cuts through bricks like butter.
Answered by: Phil
Date published: 2016-04-19

Is the model #4091an upgrade of the #4090?

If so, what were the specific improvements? There were quite a few negative opinions in the reviews with the #4090.
Asked by: BigAl
The R4090 is a more professional saw, it is built sturdier. It weights 20 lbs more than the 91. They both have the same features and capabilities, the 90 is just more rugged.
Answered by: Phil
Date published: 2016-03-02
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Customer Reviews

10 in. Wet Tile Saw with Stand is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 40.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from So far... eh? I purchased this saw about a week ago. I looked past lots of poor reviews and decided to give it a try because it's really the only wet saw on the market with any real innovative features. I have been a tile setter for 23 years and have used the MK 101 pro for all of that time, the MK is what I learned with, and back then it was considered one of the "Cadillacs" of tile saws even though it doesn't handle larger formats. The Ridgid is a "beast", as it's billed. It's large, and ridiculously messy. It is probably the most powerful motor I have used on a wetsaw.. in comparison to the Dewalt, the MK, the Husqvarna, it seems stronger than all of them. I have no problem cutting even the hardest porcelain with the Ridgid. As with any wetsaw, or powered cutting tool in general, you don't want to force the material through it. The Ridgid cuts straight as an arrow for me, at least so far, with any variance only measurable to 1/64" or less, which is totally acceptable. I am very happy with the cutting performance of this saw. Upon first use, I did experience blade wobble and more chipping than I would accept, but anyone who uses diamond blades knows they have a slight break-in period, and these issues subsided in short order. Again, I am very happy with it's cutting performance. A 10" blade is a lot of metal to be turning at nearly 5,000rpm, and realistically, some flex/wobble should be expected, as long as the end result is an acceptable cut. I am also a dimensional stone worker and have operated several bridge saws cutting 3cm granite slabs. I feel I have a solid understanding of saws, particularly wet saws using diamond blades. The bottom line is this: If you force the material faster than the combination of the motor/blade feed rate can allow.... very bad things will happen. My experience with bridge saws includes: Jaguar, Yukon I & II, and Laufler's mechanized CAD ensemble. These are $50,000 + machines, and avoiding undue stresses is important. Similarly so with wetsaws. This Ridgid saw is working just fine for me after a week of use. There are pros and cons, as there are with ANY saw. Only time will tell if I return the thing or not, but for now it's earning money. Here's how I see it: PROs: Portability - This is the easiest saw I've ever had to load, unload, move, set up, or take down. The cart is absolutely great. As a 23 year tradesman, my back is not as happy as it once was, and I appreciate this mobility every time I handle this saw. Cut capacity- I believe this saw has the largest capacity of any wet saw in it's class, and with today's popularity of large format tiles, it's a plus. Features - This is the ONLY wetsaw on the market, as far as I'm concerned that incorporates any attempt to think outside the wetsaw box. The segmented table, and the "bridge & gantry" type design is amazing on a saw of this type, and quite useful in the 18" + realm. Power - As I said, it is very strong. CONs: Messy - Very, very, messy. They claim "best water management in it's class". I do not agree with this. This is definitely a garage or exterior saw. I cover the ground with large tarp to help with cleanup at the end of the day. That said, ALL of the popular wet saws are messy, with the exception of the $1,200.00 Husqvarna, which also has it's cons. Motor noise - This saw is louder than my MK, but on par with any of the non-sealed/belt drives such as Dewalt. Although, There is what appears to be a transformer hum or buzz, though I can't be sure of what the noise is. It's an intermittent noise typically at start up and normally lasting a couple seconds, but sometimes longer. I'm told that if there is no resistance in the blade speed it's "probably normal", so, I'll use it till it breaks, or not. Plastic knobs - I broke the knob that holds the table extension to the table.. I will replace it with a steel thumb screw. no issue for me really. The metal replacement will be better than original. Bevel mechanism - This is something that I love & hate. It's unlike any of the "Dewalt type" mechanisms, where the motor/blade assembly simply pivots in place to obtain blade angles. With this pivot design, the blade must be raised, or the table cleared of the blade before the motor can be turned to an angle. Ridgid's design is completely different in that the motor/blade assembly is attached at the rear, to a rotor/caliper type mechanism. This has been difficult to move, but it allows for the blade angle to be changed while keeping the bottom of the blade itself stationary, which is pretty amazing to me, even if it could use some refinement. I find that WD-40 "helps" with this, but it is just not as smooth an operation as a pivot point. That said, it is a better idea, and I like it. Table design - This too is a love/hate thing. Clearly, it is a unique feature, and it serves it's purpose, but I find that the middle table constantly separating from the main, or front, table is annoying. I "fixed" this by simply putting a spring clamp where these two tables meet, pinching them together, and easily removed for larger tiles... So, after only a week with this saw, I am not ready yet to return it, but can't say for certain that I love it. But I wanted to post anyway. I would say that so far, I think this saw would be great for large commercial jobs, where it can be moved around easily, and mess is not an issue. Meanwhile, I'm using it in garages across the midwest, with a tarp, and a heater. No biggie. Much more capable than my MK.
Date published: 2016-02-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I was using this machine for 2 years and now it is dead, i went to leave in the shop of Ridged, t... I was using this machine for 2 years and now it is dead, i went to leave in the shop of Ridged, that happened tow months ago and they don't give me any answer yet.
Date published: 2017-02-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from poor design While this saw is easy to move that's about all I can say positive about it. I bought it to do a bathroom in 12"x24" porcelain tile. While the table will handle 24" tile the rails aren't long enough to adequately support the table so as you push the tile through the saw the rollers bang into the rail end because the table sags from the weight of the 24" tile. The handle on the motor lock to set the bevel is plastic and "stripped out" after about 8 times trying to loosen and retighten it. To move the motor to 45 degrees and back is an absolute fight regardless if the lock is barely loose or extremely loose. This will NOT cut a 24" 45 degree miter cut unless you hand guide the tile thru the blade using a great deal of "Kentucky windage".
Date published: 2016-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product makes my job easier. The first draw for me was the mobility. It's easy to move, set up, and break down. Next was the power. I set a lot of large format tile and the versatility of this saw lets me cut almost anything. The self contained pump bucket makes water changing simple. The plunge cutting makes cutting around vents much easier. The only real drawback is that the plastic valve system for sending the water to the blade or to the cleaning hose doesn't take as much abuse as the rest of the machine and parts. I had to just clamp off the tubing and bypass the valve. Aside from that small and somewhat insignificant detail, this saw is the best I've owned in the last 15 years.
Date published: 2014-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Eight Months of Daily Usage Cuts very square and very straight. Table rides smoothly on two round rails. With a new blade, cut sides are as smooth as original side. About 400 linear feet of porcelain before blade begins to degrade. Think 300 feet of edges in a big room or one blade per every two small jobs. A new blade can slice off a 1/16 of an inch; an older blade needs 3/8s to stay straight. Needs a full 15 amps; I use a 20 amp circuit. I extended the table with oak boards when doing longer pieces like 36 inch rips and long diagonals. Plunges well, but I rarely plunge it. I use a different saw with a 4 inch blade to complete inside corners. For extended durations, I add extra water from the right side.
Date published: 2015-04-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice features, poor quality for pros. I;m a tile professional. I own a DeWalt 10" as well as an MK. I just did a custom shower and granite counter tops with my customers new Ridged 10" saw. I will say I like some of the features of this saw. External water holder, large capacity and movable carriage. Very nice. On the down side, it is wobbly. When trying to do 31" long cuts the flex in the carriage would cause a wobble that would make the blade run off line. I had to hold down the motor with one hand while I went painfully slow to achieve a straight cut. I would say this is a good occasional user saw but not for the commercial users.
Date published: 2015-10-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Died after eight months. No one repairs them Invested in several Rigid products after buying into Home Depot's claims of "lifetime" warranty. The motor on mine burned out after 8 months, and despite going to great lengths to save it, can't find the receipt anywhere... This detail is my fault. The fact that it broke after only 8 months is not. Furthermore, none of the Home Depot's in my state do repairs on them. "Too hard to get parts" is the excuse I've heard most often. Have a similar problem with a barely used Rigid pressure washer. Will be avoiding the Rigid brand going forward. Suggest doing the same for others.
Date published: 2015-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very happy Love the new saw. I do wish they could have increased the rip cut length to 36 inches to accommodate the popular plank tile that is out. The saw is very sturdy and transport, set up and take down is quite easy.I really like the wings that install on the rear and right side to catch water overflow. Found it curious that they provided a blade without a continuous rim (which causes the blade to wobble when the cut is started) when they state on the motor housing to only use a solid rim blade. It is worth buying the right blade.
Date published: 2016-03-29
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