Model # R45161

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RIDGID 15-Amp 10 in. Compact Table Saw

Discontinued RIDGID

15-Amp 10 in. Compact Table Saw

  • Split-guard modular barrier system for added protection
  • Oversized on/off switch for easy actuation
  • Powerful 15-amp motor delivers up to 5,000 RPM

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Product Overview

The RIDGID 10 in. 15-Amp Compact Table saw is built with a powerful 15-Amp motor that delivers up to 5,000 RPM, and features an integrated riving knife/spreader to quickly convert from spreader to riving knife in seconds for non-through cuts. This tool is

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  • Retractable handle and 6 in. solid wheels for easy jobsite transport
  • 10 in. centered blade
  • Dual locking rip fence clamps on both front and rear of table for accurate alignment
  • Integrated riving knife/spreader to quickly convert from spreader to riving knife in seconds for non-through cuts
  • 2-in-1 hand wheel for quick height and micro-bevel adjustments
  • Rugged steel-tubing frame supports the cabinet housing for added protection and durability
  • T-slot miter gauge provides additional capacity for cross-cutting
  • Only weighs 55 lb.

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Name 15-Amp 10 in. Compact Table Saw 15 Amp Corded Electric 10 in.Table Saw with Folding Stand 15 Amp 10 in. Compact Table Saw 15 Amp 10 in. Compact Job Site Table Saw with Site-Pro Modular Guarding System
Ratings (92) (87) (155) (100)
Blade Diameter 10 in 10 in 10 in 10 in
Rip Capacity - Right 24 in 24.25 in 24 in 24.5 in
Table Length (in.) 24 20 19 19.094
Table Width (in.) 36 26 28 22.441
Bench or Stationary Bench Bench Bench Bench
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Customer Questions & Answers

does this saw comes with extensions for larger pieces of wood?

The picture is not clear as to if this table saw has an extension on the right side. I am looking for a table saw that has built in extensions. Does this saw have these?
Asked by: jjn85710
This saw has an extendable slide on the right, but it is not going to be big enough to rip plywood sheets. I use it to rip trim boards up to 16" easily, however.
Answered by: TinsleyConst
Date published: 2015-09-20

what is the weight of tis saw ?

Asked by: LJM123
Out of the box, with no accessories attached 49 lbs. The Dewalt DW745 at 44 lbs.
Answered by: newjounrney2006
Date published: 2015-11-05

Why is it still advertised if it is no longer available?

Seems really dumb to show a product (nice as it may be) in the table saw category when even the company representative states it's not available!
Asked by: Homeydoo
I agree, I see people saying they had it shipped but I haven't found it to be available in the US in the last 3 months. Canada has it, though its $399.00 which is what I think its actually worth and probably the reason we wont see it available again @ $199.00 I imagine.
Answered by: hawaiiguy
Date published: 2015-11-06

Ship me one from Canada please

I want this saw so badly I tracked them down in Canada Home Depot, theres tons in stock there and I really want this saw, please let me know how this can be accomplished:)
Asked by: hawaiiguy
I do not understand your question. If they are in stock at your local Home Depot, simply go into the store and purchase one. If you are wondering if it can be shipped to you, then you will have to see if that option is available online.
Answered by: TinsleyConst
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

15-Amp 10 in. Compact Table Saw is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 92.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Portable Saw I thought about this saw for quite a while as I knew it was only a portable saw. Obviously when you are buying this saw you're knowing that it isn't going to stand up against a table saw that is a few thousand dollars. Despite it being a portable saw I was pleasantly surprised at the quality. With a few small adjustments out of the box it cuts great straight smooth cuts. The fence isn't perfect but as we all know, measure twice cut once with any saw. I am giving it a five star because for the price, you can't beat it for you day in and day out jobs. Even a little woodworking is fine with this saw. i fully recommend this saw for contracting to the handyman DIYer. In regards to lifetime warranty issues people have with ridgid. Just get duplicate receipts, register right away, and send in your receipts if required. It's worth it if you're smart.
Date published: 2016-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice size saw for homeowners Bought this saw a week ago. Mounted it on my old 35 year old table saw base. Cannot find a specific base made for this model. The saw is great. Start up is a little loud and unusual at first. I guess it starts on no load. The rip fence can be moved with one finger. The guards come off with loosining one lever, no tools needed. Miter gauge has tab to keep it in the slot. Blade height and angle operate smoothly. Storage for miter gauge, cord, blade wrench, and push stick. Shopped for a new saw and chose this one because it is better quality and a good price. I own a 12 inch Ridged compound miter saw and now this Ridged table saw. I like there quality.
Date published: 2011-11-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Jobsite Table saw My son bought one it said life time Warranty.he hardly you'd the saw Motor stops working .He call for the Warranty .and is told the motor is not under warranty . What Kind of warranty is at . It is a Very Very POOR WARRANTY!!!!!!!!
Date published: 2017-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from At this price, you can't go wrong After much demoing, researching, and scoping the used market, I settled on this great table saw. The price and features really made this a no brainer. I am constructing new kitchen cabinets and needed expanded ripping capacity. After taking the time to properly set up the saw, I found it to be very accurate. The fence was a key feature for me. A bad fence makes any saw worthless. I thought I would have to empty my wallet for the Dewalt in order to get a solid and reliable fence, but the Ridgid fence turned out to be excellent. Another key feature was the standard miter slots. My first project with this saw was to build a panel sled and a crosscut sled. Perfect. I don't think I made any sacrifices in quality or accuracy buying this over the Dewalt. The cost savings and the Ridgid warranty make this a no brainer.
Date published: 2014-12-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great features but cannot cut strait This saw may be useful for some basic wood cutting, but definitely not a pro tool like Ridgid pretends..On long cuts blade shifts to one side, resulting in non-strait cut. Also burns hardwood. Maybe it's a poor blade? Also surface paint is scratched easily, leaving paint marks on my beautiful oak pieces. The saw went back after a week and was replaced by basic Dewault, which does everything well and is even cheaper at the moment!
Date published: 2015-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RIDGID Portable Table Saw – 10 Inch Hi folks, As a professional contractor that has used many tools and products in my trade, I would highly recommend this saw to contractors or even the average DIYers. When size and space matters this saw is still compact but not to small or flimsy, if your looking for accuracy this will deliver. The on board storage is great, the wheels and extended handle make this saw a great on site or home tool for quick easy storage, the cuts and guides which I've measured after several uses still show completely accurate, overall I would purchase this saw again if the need arose. I'm very happy with this purchase.
Date published: 2011-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just a darn good saw. I'm a contractor and already own the larger TS2400 jobsite table saw and love it. Wanted something smaller and easier to transport, but still had to be "contractor grade" and durable enough for the jobsite. Picked this one up at HD on black Friday for $269. Saw the online ad for $169 and HD honored the online price. Been using this saw on the job and very happy with it. Solid, lots of power, and quality controls. Only negative I have is the flimsy plastic used for the cabinet. I know the plastic is not structural, however the cord wrap is molded into it and is very flexible. No biggie, I just don't wrap the cord around it. Was happy buying it for $269, but getting it in the end for $169 made it a phenominal deal. Very capable for daily use on the jobsite and perfect for the homeowner.
Date published: 2011-12-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dewalt DW745(Yellow) vs. Ridgid R45161(Orange) Dewalt DW745(Yellow) vs. Ridgid R45161(Orange): I have never had nor used a table saw. So, I have no experience to judge what feature is important or what feature is no big deal. What I do have, is the reviews, others have taken the time to submit, thank you. Attached pictures: When comparing models, I copied the same pictures to both model's review, but for pictures only important to individual model, they are uploaded to that model only. My APPLICATION: As a beginner to woodworking I foresee myself to become a lite to average DIY user. I seek a table saw over a 7-1/4in circular saw, to cut 2x4s and small plywood pieces. I am considering a Rockwell Versacut for plywood ripping. But if I did pass on the 7-1/4in circular saw, how would I do say a 45 degrees edge cut to a 4'x4' plywood???? My TOP FEATURES: Easy to setup, move, lift, and store. Less then $250 QUALITY: BOTH saws seem equally very good and would be a good choice. I repeat BOTH saws are a good choice. BOTH have pluses ++ and minuses --. Actually a tough choice between the two. I tried to ask a woodworking friend, but all he could see was the Dewalt name. For that reason, as I compare the two, I will refer to them as Yellow vs Orange. HANDLING: Weight (out of box, without accessories attach): Yellow @ 44 lbs Orange @ 49 lbs The Orange table saw has wheels and a handle to move. But with only 5 lbs difference, the Yellow saw was so much easier to grab, lift and move around the garage. As I try to foresee myself handling the saw from storing, to setup, and back to storage, the Yellow saw is the winner. For someone who needs to transport over long distance, I would recommend the Orange over the Yellow, due to its wheels. For Size and Storage, see attached pictures. Storing the DW745 on its side, will require a small (maybe 3/4inch) block of wood, on the frame, to prevent the sliding fence rails from being damage. MITER GAUGE: WOW, all the reviews are correct, the Yellow saw's miter is JUNK! Its hard to slide in its track. While the Orange has a very good miter. Orange's miter has a small wheel at the tip, which fits into a small notch, in the track, to give a smooth movement. Also the Orange miter has notches, that would be easy to mount a homemade extension. The Orange has great storage for the miter gauge, none for Yellow. WIDTH CUT: I moved the fences to the far edge, some may say an unsafe position. But they seem solid. Yellow @ 24-1/2 inches (Box says 20 inches) Orange @ 26 inches FENCE: Yellow: Like the many reviews say, the rack & pinion mechanism seems solid. I really like the locking & unlocking handle. But it is slow to move. Where as the Orange is fast to expand. The Yellow's fence has very thin black plastic at its edge. I would be concern if dropped, the edge would break. As mentioned by one reviewer, the Orange's fence rides along two small white molded plastic pieces, which over time could wear and induce error, however, for the amount of use, I would do, this would be a very long time. PUSH STICK: I liked how the stick is stored on the Yellow's fence. There is a place, on the right side of the Orange saw, to store a fence, but, you have to bend down, and align the stick, then twist it into place. I know, this is not a big deal, I am just trying to capture all the ++ & --. BLADE HEIGHT/ANGLE ADJUSTMENT WHEEL: I really like how easy the Yellow saw locks and unlocks the wheel. For the Orange saw, the locking mechanism is really stiff, and hard to lock & unlock. Note: The Orange's degrees scale was more accurate then the Yellow. Yellow's page 10, says I can adjust the scale. I used a digital meter gauge attached to the blade, to measure the angle . DADO: Yellow: no mention in the manual. However, on Amazon Questions & Answers for the DW745, users have listed a narrow dado that fits. Orange: yes can do. BLADES: Yes both come with blades. INSTRUCTION MANUAL: Again, maybe no big deal, I think the Yellow's manual is easier to read, and has more details about operation. Maybe to much. All the little adjustments, here and there for this and that, hmmmmm, like page 6&7, adjust the riving knife for either "thru cut" or" non-thru cut". PRICE: as of Dec 20, 2014 at Home Depot Yellow $225 Orange $199 OUTFEED SUPPORT: Nether has it. But Orange's copy saw sold by Sears & OSH (Craftsman 315.218280), does have it. Orange's does have the mounting screw holes for the assembly. Parts can be purchased at ereplacementparts. Outfeed Assembly: 089110113704 @$45.32 Brackets: 089110113095 @$3.76 You need two Screws: 410161010 @$3.88 You need four of M6x26mm Hex Please re-check the part#s just to be sure As for me, I plan to use an Adjustable Metal Legs Sawhorse, like the Dewalt DWST11031 / Stanley 011031S (the same sawhorse) with a 1 inch PVC pipe in the sawhorse "V" groove. I may have to sand the PVC, to make it smooth enough to spin in the "V" groove. Or the weight of the wood passing over it, may cause the PVC to dig in, and tip over the sawhorse, time well tell. I hope this write up and pictures has help someone. My choice the Dewalt DW745, for its ease to handle and store. But again, I have to say, BOTH would be a good choice for a compact table saw. see more pictures at amazon Dewalt DW745
Date published: 2014-12-24
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