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Model R4020SN

Internet #205327907

7 in. Tile Saw with Stand

$239.00 /each
  • Premium diamond blade supported by a 6.5 amp induction motor
  • Die-cast aluminum table ensures an accurate cutting surface
  • Easily accessible oversized On/Off switch

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RIDGID delivers best-in-class features on this 7 in. Tile Saw with Stand, featuring a T-square design that sets up securely for repeatable cuts, slides effortlessly when adjustments are needed and also extends forward. The 6.5 amp motor easily tackles ceramic, porcelain and stone tile using a premium diamond blade to deliver quick, smooth cuts. With die-cast aluminum construction, the saw is built to last and also features Anti-Splash technology to help keep your workspace dry.

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  • 6.5 amp induction motor powers through ceramic, porcelain and stone tile
  • Premium diamond blade for fast, smooth cuts and extended usability
  • Heavy-duty die-cast aluminum miter guide slides smoothly in tracks along rail for diagonal cuts from 0 - 45 Degree left and right
  • Cut capacity: 18 in. rip, 12 in. diagonal and 1-1/4 in. depth of cut
  • TrueLock rugged T-square design allows single-action, self-alighting lever lock for fast and repeatable square cuts
  • Premium sliding fence rail adjusts forward up to 8 in. and locks securely for maximum support on large tile
  • Anti-Splash technology minimizes water spray to help keep work area dry
  • Clear splash hood with viewing window provides clear view of blade and cut line for better alignment
  • Die-cast aluminum table is machined for uniformly flat cutting surface
  • Oversized power switch makes powering on/off fast and easy
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is this a WET saw for tile cutting?

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Yes cut wet tile and glass tiles.
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Yes- it cuts porcelain ceramic very well. Cuts as wel as the $600 saws, just won't cut tiles larger than 12"
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I don't think this is a "wet" Tile saw but it can be used to cut tile. The difference is a wet saw doesn't get as hot and it emits less dust when cutting tile.
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Hi Annie - I had the same question. This is a wet saw. Here is the link to the saw: http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-7-in-Tile-Saw-with-Stand-R4020SN/205327907
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!
The RIDGID R4020SN is a 7-in. tile saw, so yes it can be used for tile cutting.
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Is the lower water tray removeable for cleaning?

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Not removable, but provided w/ drain, and easy to access (beneath Right surface).
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No. The water reservoir and the sump are one in the same. You pull out a stopper to drain the water and then rinse out the reservoir with a hose. I would recommend disconnecting the power for cleaning because water gets every where when cleaning the reservoir. Of coarse this saw is designed for water contact, but you can never be to safe. Good luck with your project.
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Just lift up the table and wash out with hose.
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It has a drain plug, and is very easy to clean.
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID.
No, the R4020’s water tray area is not removable. Cleaning steps are provided in detail under the maintenance section in the manual.
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Travertine?

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The description is not clear. Can this saw be used to cut stone, specifically, travertine?
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Yes, this item can be used to cut ceramic, porcelain and stone tile.
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I brought this saw to cut porcelain tile. It worked very well for my project. Porcelain tile is much harder and denser then the Travertine that you plan to use. I would use this saw with out reservations. However from my experience with Travertine is that it can break on fissures and vanes in the stone, this saw requires you to push the product through the blade and if not careful doing so you could bind Read More
I brought this saw to cut porcelain tile. It worked very well for my project. Porcelain tile is much harder and denser then the Travertine that you plan to use. I would use this saw with out reservations. However from my experience with Travertine is that it can break on fissures and vanes in the stone, this saw requires you to push the product through the blade and if not careful doing so you could bind the saw blade and cause undo pressure on the tile and cause it to break. If you are the least bit careful this will not happen. Have fun tiling!! Read Less
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July 17, 2015
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HI DDDM. The R4020SN will absolutely cut travertine! Hope this helps.
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Is it impossible to cut larger tiles or just harder with this saw?

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I am about to start a bathroom project and have not done tile before. I would like to know if this will limit my tile size selection.
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See the specs. on the product page - 18" rip / 12" diag. BUT, w/ care, I can deal w/ 24"x24" tiles.
ALWAYS mark a "cut-line" on the tiles to avoid mis-cuts (use a grease pencil in a contrasting color).
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Much like a woodworking table saw, you can cut most any size tile you can "handle safely", as long as it's not too THICK. The "rip guide" can be removed, if necessary.
I've cut full bricks to my needed thickness; but two passes were required.
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Yes this saw will cut larger tiles, in fact it will cut tiles that most overhead rail systems will not. I used it specifically for cutting 18 X 18 tiles diagonally almost 25 1/2". Most rental yards in my area did not rent tile saws that could make that cut. The blade that comes with this saw is adequate, I recommend buying a better blade when replacing the original. I had some chip out on porcelain tiles Read More
Yes this saw will cut larger tiles, in fact it will cut tiles that most overhead rail systems will not. I used it specifically for cutting 18 X 18 tiles diagonally almost 25 1/2". Most rental yards in my area did not rent tile saws that could make that cut. The blade that comes with this saw is adequate, I recommend buying a better blade when replacing the original. I had some chip out on porcelain tiles that covered with trim, perhaps a better blade would help. Read Less
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!
A 7” tile saw does have it limitation concerning the sizes and dimensions of tiles and cuts that can be made. The capacities listed for the R4020 have been provided below.
Rip Capacity (tile size).................................................18 in.
Diagonal Capacity (tile size)........................................12 in.
Maximum Depth of
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!
A 7” tile saw does have it limitation concerning the sizes and dimensions of tiles and cuts that can be made. The capacities listed for the R4020 have been provided below.
Rip Capacity (tile size).................................................18 in.
Diagonal Capacity (tile size)........................................12 in.
Maximum Depth of Cut..........................................1-1/4 in.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Rough Cuts This saw was very easy to set up. The problem with the saw is that it makes rough cuts, like little nicks in the surface of the tile. Also having problems when cutting 45's, the tips break off. I tried taping the tile were my cut was and tried feeding the tile slowly. Neither helped. This is not my first tile saw, but my first Ridgid. I am a Ridgid fan, but I cannot recommend this saw. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by This product is simple to use This saw is easy to assemble and set up. I like having the option for a stand. The saw also has the great adjustable base to help you cut 45 and 22.5 degree angles. I wish it had a water hose hook up so you did not have to fill it up or worry about it. July 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So easy a girl can use it . Just finished a job using this model. I found it easy to use, cuts clean, and the fence definitely helped with not only keeping my cuts straight, it helped to keep my measurements on the nose. I like this saw a lot May 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by lots power in a compact wet saw I work with back splash and small bathrooms every day and i depend on my tools to make my job easier and precise. The Rigid Tile saw does just that. The Rigid wet tile saw is well made and punches lots of power. the blade guard keeps the water where it suppose to, not all over you. The saw stand is sturdy and heavy duty design easily folds away. The Fence is convenient and precise with an easily locking mechanism to set the accurate measurements. The Diamond Blade was as expected from Rigid, high quality. Over all. best value in the market. March 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Value I looked for a saw like this and was glad when Home Depot sent me a super sale notification. I think it is the best saw for the money as a homeowner. This saw cuts straight and the water recovery system is very good. I dont know why everyone thinks the stand is junk because, although a little challenging to assemble, it is very functional for what you need. Not bulky and pretty sturdy, which is vital for someone who doesnt want to worry about where you are going to store the stand when not in use. A "Great Value". January 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Saw-Good, Stand directions Bad Notice the stand pictured has only three legs. I found it useful to mark the “L” legs with a ring of blue painter’s tape. The directions seemed to say attach an “L” leg to an “L” leg with the steel cross bracket. Attach an ”L” to a “R”. Repeat. Nest the pairs together, one bracket up. one down so that “L” legs (blue tape) are outside. Connect using long bolts and plastic spacer. I found a Phillips screwdriver helped line up holes. 13MM socket worked on bolts and ½” socket worked on nuts. Set top pieces upside-down on counter (with wire crossed and leg brackets up) Verify legs will line up with brackets. You can have someone hold legs up while you attach with last 4 bolts but I laid legs flat and attached with aid of screwdriver. 2 saw-horses and a 24" X 48" piece of plywood make a less expensive table. A grout sponge helps block splatter/ water throw. December 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great saw Good saw for the price light weight easy to set up January 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good saw Installed a porcelain floor using 2x24 tiles. This saw did an extremely good job with all of my cuts. You will need to change the water container often but when laying tile, you need the break anyway! I am not a pro, but this was the first floor that I've ever installed and I believe my cuts are of pro grade. January 5, 2016
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