Model # R4512

Internet #202500206

Store SKU #155225

RIDGID 13 Amp 10 in. Professional Cast Iron Table Saw


13 Amp 10 in. Professional Cast Iron Table Saw

  • 13 Amp motor delivers up to 3450 RPM
  • Cast iron table minimizes vibration
  • Backed by The RIDGID Lifetime Service Agreement
$59900 /each

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Product Overview

Rigid Hero
Feature 1

Get precise, smooth adjustments with front and back-clamping rip fence with extra-large glides

Feature 2

Makes a range of useful cuts - maximum cut depth of 2-1/4 in. at 45 degrees and 3-1/4 in. at 90 degrees

Feature 3

Easily reposition saw with single-action foot pedal

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13 amps

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rip capacity


30 in.

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dado capacity


13/16 in.

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This RIDGID 10 in. Professional Table Saw features a powerful, 13 Amp motor for speeds up to 3450 RPM. The cast iron table's milled and polished surface minimizes vibration and provides a flat, level surface for trouble-free cutting. There is a blade guard for safety. Customize your table by adding an extension or auxiliary tables for routers or other specialty tools.

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  • 13 Amp motor delivers up to 3450 RPM to help you power through tough jobs
  • Front and back-clamping aluminum rip fence has extra-large glides to provide precise and smooth adjustments along the rail
  • Includes T-slots for the variable placement of accessories such as fences and sacrificial fences (not included)
  • Built-in accessory slots for installing auxiliary fences that support large work pieces
  • Customizable design so you can add an extension table or auxiliary tables (not included) for routers or other specialty tools
  • Die-cast mitre gauge with positive stops for accurate cuts
  • Built-in accessory storage keeps accessories nearby
  • Large over-mold handle provides a comfortable and secure grip
  • Single-action foot pedal helps you reposition the saw with ease
  • Maximum cut depth of 2-1/4 in. at 45-degree and 3-1/4 in. at 90-degrees for a variety of useful cuts
  • 3-year warranty and lifetime service agreement with tool registration
  • Blade guard for safety
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Ratings (772) (655) (286) (4)
Blade Diameter 10 in 10 in 10 in 10
Bench or Stationary Stationary Bench Bench Bench
Table Length (in.) 30.25 27 21 26.25
Table Width (in.) 21 20 29 22
Rip Capacity - Right 25 in 30 in 25 in 33.5
Power Tool Features Blade Guard System,Stand Included Stand Included Blade Guard System,Stand Included Blade Guard System,Stand Included
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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the advantage to wiring the table saw for 240v rather then 120v?

Asked by: dapatch
P (Watt) = Volt x Amps. Your power company charges by the wattage used. If you use 120 or 240 volts the costs will be the same. Also, a cooler running motor is not a good idea if you do your work in colder climates. If the bearings don't heat up to the proper temperature they will fail prematurely. I never use more than a 50 ft extension cord and it is at least a 10g/3.
Answered by: TigreNoir
Date published: 2017-04-02

Do the screws hold the throat plate in place?

Probably seems like a dumb question but I am a rookie with this stuff. It seems obvious that the screws would hold it in place but once I did it it did not look right. Did not make sense to me that the screws weren't flush with the plate. And the assembly instructions never mention screws so I am thinking that the screws stay in the holes underneath the throat plate and throat plat simply slides into its slot?
Asked by: Rook
Rook, The plate is not held in place by the screws. The screws remain under the plate and are used to level the plate to be flush with the table.- RMcfly
Answered by: RMcfly
Date published: 2017-03-24

does this saw come with a blade?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, but buy a better one to optimize your investment....keep the stock blade for cutting construction stuff and junk wood. Infinity, Forrest, Ridge Carbide, Freud, Freud Diablo, CMT, Marples, Tenryu....all are much better blades.
Answered by: Phred
Date published: 2017-03-21

Does the Riving knife travel with the blade up and down?

It mentioned a Riving knife! its useless unless is moving with the blade
Asked by: alonim12
Yes. It's a true riving knife; not a splitter
Answered by: joelav22
Date published: 2016-05-22
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Customer Reviews

13 Amp 10 in. Professional Cast Iron Table Saw is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 650.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This is a very nice tool BUT WATCH OUT! When you get it home, before you begin assembly, lay a s... This is a very nice tool BUT WATCH OUT! When you get it home, before you begin assembly, lay a straight edge across the cast iron table - left to right. There are MANY of these saws that are shipped with a warped top and the ONLY way Ridgid/Home Depot will honor the warranty is if you bring the whole thing back - a royal pain if you've gotten it fully assembled! Unfortunately, I found out my table was warped after full assembly and some use. The "high point" seems to be just to the left of the blade opening, with the table dropping off on both sides of that. I requested Ridgid's spec for table flatness and was told .016". Mine is way worse than that.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The 5-Star rating is given in the context of the crazy low price of this table saw. Plus-es are i... The 5-Star rating is given in the context of the crazy low price of this table saw. Plus-es are it is very stable, smooth running, easily calibrated, I found the wheels worked very well. The fence works and the face of the saw is flat and without burrs. On the down side it does take a bit of time to assemble. Again, you get what you pay for and a boxed delta etc. also have to be assembled. Most of the saw is calibrated correctly but I did have to adjust the heel of the blade a little bit, though this is very easy and the instructions are written well enough. While the fence is stable and works, note if you just pull it across the table to the position it, the clamping at the rear can and does easily set out of concentricity with the blade and will most likely have to be tapped flush by manually positioning the fence at the back clamp. Again, it is a $500-ish table saw, and a $200+ Beisemeyer fence should not be expected. As the picture shows, I added a sacrifice face made of Home Depot 1" x 4" red oak and to make it easier to get cuts accurately, I added a self adhesive strip of measuring tape (this I get from Rowley). One thing to be careful of is when attaching the rails in the back and the fence guide, push down as far as they will go within the bolt slots or the fence guide will float above the table and force product being cut to ride on it and will grove the piece when sliding along the fence until it falls off the fence guide with a very distracting thump.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fantastic sturdy saw for the serious home DIY'er. Had this saw for 2 months and no regrets! I've ... Fantastic sturdy saw for the serious home DIY'er. Had this saw for 2 months and no regrets! I've done my homework and knew about the blade deflection complaint before buying, this is not the case with the saw I bought. The cast iron top is flat and sturdy, the fence is straight but does stick a little. Hybrid motor is a quiet start, and the large work surface is a welcome addition to my shop. It's heavy as heck, so you'll need help flipping it over after assembling it upside down.
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not the best table saw but I think it is the best non portable saw for the money. I just do not... Not the best table saw but I think it is the best non portable saw for the money. I just do not know why it is impossible to see this saw put together in a store. I strongly believe they would sell more of these if you could see a sample. So, I bought one, put it together and it worked out fine. Also, it has a real old fashioned metal, large miter gauge. I could not get a sales person to show me one since he would not open the box unless I bought it. To me the miter gauge was the must have component and this saw delivered.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Had this saw for about 2 months now. It works great. It did take quite a bit of adjusting to be j... Had this saw for about 2 months now. It works great. It did take quite a bit of adjusting to be just right. Actually stripped a small screw from having to adjust the rip fence so many times. Called Ridgid and they sent a replacement right away. I have made a few projects already and I am so pleased that everything is nice and square and fit so accurately together. Nice clean cuts. I did replace the blade with a 60 tooth model though. My only complaint with the saw is the main rail that mounts and holds the rip fence. It is a two piece and really took a lot of adjustment to have a smooth joint between the two. Maybe I got a bum one? It's still not perfect but I'll give it a light sanding and polish when I get a chance and it should be OK. It's seems to have plenty of power and is solid as a rock when lowered down off the casters. I looked at a lot of table saws before buying this one. I wasn't impressed with any of the other models in this price range. I couldn't find a Ridgid R4512 assembled anywhere in my area so I went by the reviews here and all over the internet. In my onion, anything better was many, many hundreds of dollars more. Home Depot is definitely the lowest price for this saw. If this is within your price range, this is the saw to buy. But remember there may be some adjustments to be made. Get some help to move and assemble it. It's heavy. Plus an extra hand always helps. There are also plenty of videos on line to help assemble it and many reviews to watch.
Date published: 2016-12-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cast iron table not true/straight I already knew that many people have issue with the blade not being true/alignment. However, I know of a lot of people not having any issues with it either. So on 11/25/2016, I went ahead and bought one. Today 11/26/2016 at approximately 1600 hours, I started to put it together. After installing the base/legs and flipping it up, I went ahead and checked the cast iron table so I can align the extension tables. So, I used a 4 foot level, and I noticed that the left side was lower than the center and right side. So, I went ahead and got a straight hedge ruler just to make sue the level wasn't the issue. I again noticed that the left side was about 1/8th of an inch lower than the center / right side of the cast iron table. Well, I was pretty excited to get this table saw hoping I would save money, but instead I will have to spend some time returning it. I'm lucky that my wife went ahead and gave me the okay to buy a better saw. I guess if you do framing work this table saw would be okay, but when you are building furniture it's a different story.
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I was excited to get this saw, I really was. Especially after reading all the positive reviews (... I was excited to get this saw, I really was. Especially after reading all the positive reviews (after Ridgid apparently fixed the issues with the alignment when raising/lowering the blade). So, I went out and purchased one, brought it home and set it up. Set-up was pretty standard/easy - a little time consuming making sure everything is square, etc. which is where my issues started... After fully assembling the table, I started making adjustments to square everything away. I found, when aligning the blade to the miter slot, it was off in the rear by .020 inches leaning towards the fence. As these are TABLE mounted trunnions, you have to remove the casing on the back of the saw, loosen the bolts that hold the trunnions up and make your adjustments. That is all fine and good and should be expected. HOWEVER, when you tighten the bolts back down after this laborious task (seriously takes a while) - the trunnions will move back to their original positions. I spent forever and a day researching alignment issues for this saw and the only options I found was to: 1. Use an f-clamp to bring the trunnions into place and then tighten the bolts down (attach it to the motor casing and the outside of the cabinet). This seemed like it would work - but it didn't. Once the clamp is released, the trunnions slide back into position once again. This is after torquing down on the bolts as well - so it wasn't a matter of pressure. After doing this 5 or 6 times, I gave up. 2. Saw PALS - these are an awesome little addition to any contractor saw. The problem is, they don't fit the r4512 and the manufacturer doesn't plan on making them. I have a machinist in my neighborhood willing to make these for me or you can just make them out of some good angle iron yourself for probably under 3 bucks worth of hardware. I was GOING to make my own "PALS" but during the tweaking of the saw, I found some other issues. The fence, while it works fine, the face was not flat and was bubbled out. A really bad extrusion. The top was not flat as well - off by about a 32nd of an inch. So, I returned the saw to HD and had them exchange it for another. Almost 3 weeks later (as they don't sell these in my local HD), I got the 2nd one delivered to the store. I had them unbox and assemble the saw (figured I'd get it home and tweak it later) - before taking it home, I checked everything. The first thing I checked was the top. It wasn't flat again - this time off by OVER 1/16" in more than one location. One of the workers there that does woodworking also was looking it over with me and was in 100% agreement that it had to be returned. So, a 3rd one came in - fully assembled (they actually did a decent job with assembly this time). The top was flat, the fence again was not but I knew from previous experience Ridgid support would send me another one until it was correct so I wasn't super worried about that. The blade was once again off by .015 tilting towards the fence. Now, I was under the assumption that the holes in the trunnions weren't bored out properly to give my first saw enough space to move when tightened back down and at this point, I wanted to get out of the store as I was there for over 2 hours waiting for the saw to be put in front of me, etc. so I put it in the truck and went home. Got it in my shop, pulled the back off and went at the trunnions again to get the blade aligned to the miter slot. Nope... They slip right back into position. Now, I'm at my wits end. I wrote Ridgid support (if you need them, call them - they're much better over the phone). 5 days later, I got a response saying that there are no instructions in the manual to help resolve this issue and that I should take it to a repair center to have them look the saw over. No... I contemplated the PALS idea again for the last couple days as well. After long deliberation and many, many hours spent trying to fix the issue, reading forums, posts, calling people, calling support, writing support, adding posts to ridgid forums and still having to get Ridgid to replace the fence and HOPE I get a flat one - I'm giving up and returning the saw for good as it's still in the 90 day return period. I've just ordered the G0771 as they are closing them out for the new model. $695.00 is much more than I needed to spend for what I do in the shop but for cabinet mounted trunnions alone is well worth the stress it'll save me over the next XX years (not to mention cast iron wings, etc.) Now that I'm typing this up - I'm assuming this saw gets great ratings because the people buying it are either just getting into woodworking (and don't know any better) or aren't doing precise cutting (furniture making) and don't need accurate cuts/they just don't care. I would not recommend this saw. What I would recommend is that you spend a couple hundred dollars more and get a much higher quality saw (even though they're all made in Taiwan or China...) - I just don't have the cash to shell out for a Powermatic, etc. and can't justify the costs for what I use the saw for. I make a lot of small items that need precision - this saw won't do it unless you're one of the lucky ones that doesn't need adjusting (or you make your own set of PALS/modify the trunnions so the stock PALS will fit the saw - (which may void your lifetime warranty). If you're reading this and have adjusted this saw without issues, I sincerely congratulate you. IF this saw was able to be adjusted, it really would be a pleasure to use. The motor is plenty strong, it's mobile and the fence is pretty accurate for the exception of not being flat. I'm just hopefully offering warning to people trying to get a "budget" saw. Unfortunately, I've learned that with tools, you DEFINITELY get what you pay for. "Budget" typically turns into "bad" when it comes to quality. Good luck!
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great saw for the money rock soild as it should be at 250 pounds! Cuts great get a Frued blade th... Great saw for the money rock soild as it should be at 250 pounds! Cuts great get a Frued blade though the one it coms with is OK but you can do better
Date published: 2017-02-14
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