Model # R4030S

Internet #203757434

Store SKU #311220

RIDGID 7 in. Tile Saw with Stand


7 in. Tile Saw with Stand

  • Cut Capacity: 24 in. rip, 18 in. diagonal, 2-1/4 in. deep
  • Die Cast Aluminum Table
  • Exact-line adjustable laser alignment system
$29700 /each
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Product Overview

RIDGID introduces its new 7 in. Job Site Wet Tile Saw with included stand. This is the most affordable pro saw on the market. This saw's powerful 9 Amp, 1-3/4 HP motor, best-in-class cutting capacities, die cast aluminum table and heavy duty arm all come standard on this saw. Every feature on this saw is innovative and the definition of quality for a pro tile saw. The Deep Well Wave Wall will extend the life of your pump and the removable water nozzles maximize water efficiency to the blade while cutting. This equals better cutting for a longer time than competitor saws. All of these amazing features are backed by RIDGID's industry leading lifetime service agreement. That means free parts, free service, for life.

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  • Powerful motor heavy duty motor powers through natural and manmade tile and pavers
  • Best in class cut capacity 24 in. rip, 18 in. diagonal and 2-1/4 in. deep
  • Die cast aluminum table runs on dual precision extruded aluminum rails, guided by sealed ball bearing rollers, provides solid material support and measurement marks for added accuracy
  • Included stand for ease of use on any jobsite
  • Exact-line adjustable laser alignment system assists operator in accurately align cutting wheel with the cut line
  • Guard baffle reduces air turbulence to help keep water on the blade while removing excess water to limit misting and overspray
  • Beveling head accurately position the head to make 0 Degree and 45 Degree bevel cuts
  • Plunging head allows controlled cuts for electrical outlets and HVAC registers
  • Submersible pump - high volume pump provides water to the cutting wheel
  • Deep well wave wall creates barrier around pump well that extends pump life by blocking sediment from entering pump when in use
  • Compatible with AC1136 RIDGID Submersible Water Pump
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Blade size (in.)
Blade thickness (in.)
Product Depth (in.)
31 in
Product Height (in.)
16 in
Product Width (in.)
Table Length (in.)
Table Width (in.)


Amperage (amps)
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Tile Wet Saw
Bench or Stationary
Blade Material
Cord Length (ft.)
Cuts Through
Deck material
Dust Collection Method
Maximum Speed (rpm)
Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.)
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.)
No Tool Blade Change
Product Weight (lb.)
Saw Blade Material
Tile Saw Features
Bevel,Laser Guide,Plunge,Stand,Water Pump,Water Tray
Tool Type
Wet Tile Saw
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Service Agreement

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can you plunge cut with this? Or does the blade just slide back and forth?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes you can plunge cut with this saw but the blade only raises 1" off the table. That is the maximum clearance when plunge cutting. Also bear in mind that this saw does not have any spring holding the motor during plunge cutting so you are holding the weight of the motor assembly while plunge cutting. If you let go it will fall down on your material. This saw also has about 1/8 to 1/4' side to side wobble when plunge cutting so don't expect accurate cuts.
Answered by: Elektriker
Date published: 2017-06-23

Can this model make bevel cuts?

Asked by: Anonymous
The saw does bevel cut. you must raise the saw head by adjusting the plunge cut depth and check blade clearance when table passes under the blade. The blade must be below the table surface , but not contacting the table. Re adjust as necessary.
Answered by: DIARAM
Date published: 2016-12-16

what is the weight of this saw?

Asked by: Neal
look at the specs 40 lbs well the specs says 40 lbs but it feels more heavy in the box, more like 55 or 60 but i could be wrong
Answered by: JVS
Date published: 2017-02-20

The specs on this saw list porcelain, glass, ceramic and pavers, will this saw cut through marble tile?

The online specs show this wet saw cuts procelain, glass, ceramic and paver tiles. It does not show that it cuts marble tile. I have 12"x12" marble tile to install in a bathroom floor. Will this saw cut through marble tile? If so- will I need to purchase a different saw blade or will the one that comes with the saw work on marble?
Asked by: C1130
Answered by: Jackofall
Date published: 2016-11-15
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Customer Reviews

7 in. Tile Saw with Stand is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 269.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product, but not perfect... Bought this tile saw a couple of weeks ago. Have been using a MK that belongs to my boss and decided to have my own. Don't regret the purchase but there are a couple of things that might make it a better saw. When you do plunge cuts the saw head has a little wiggle, and also found that there is a 1/16" error cutting 18" tiles. Pros: really easy to transport, light weight, it's quiet compared to the one I used before, laser helps a lot. Price was absolutely affordable. You to learn your tools little errors so you can make them work right. If you are willing to spend time knowing this tool you will definitely take advantage out of it.
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well. Was able to make every cut we needed with 18 inch tiles. Takes some time to dial in... Works well. Was able to make every cut we needed with 18 inch tiles. Takes some time to dial in for accuracy but once it is set you are good to go. Make several cuts on throw away tiles first to ensure that the blade is worked in and that it is cutting exact. I used old bathroom tiles that were extras from another job.
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Takes a little time to assemble. It got me through my bathroom job cutting 12x24 and 6x24 tiles. ... Takes a little time to assemble. It got me through my bathroom job cutting 12x24 and 6x24 tiles. Yes it sprays water all around the place well beyond the holding tray. Bigger the tile more overspray. It sure worked better than my old table top tile saw. Overall satisfied.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought this saw recently and I am no pro so I was of course hopeful that it would help me get g... I bought this saw recently and I am no pro so I was of course hopeful that it would help me get great results with my kitchen backsplash project. Long story short it performed perfectly as long as I followed instructions and used the proper saw blade for my material. First, I read many, many reviews before making the purchase. I compared prices on Amazon and found the tool offered by Home Depot to be spot on so we bought it. I got the box home and started assembly using the instructions. I found them easy to follow and had no problems assembling everything. Key point here: Follow the instructions, especially how to check the saw for alignment and snug the bolts properly without over tightening anything. The saw is sturdy and well built. I was a Machinist for many years so I know a good tool when I see one and can quickly see if a tool isn't built to handle an intended purpose. This saw will perform fine if you operate it correctly and make the adjustments if any are needed in the instructions for a perfect cut. In our kitchen project, we were cutting mosaic tiles that were multi material including glass, ceramic and marble tile bits. After setting up the saw and checking alignment of the table I made a few test cuts on some pieces of scrap tile using the blade that came with the saw. I noticed lots of chip out on the exit side using the supplied diamond blade that comes with the tool. A few days later my shipment of mosaic tiles arrived, so wifey and I went to Home Depot to purchase some adhesive, and I purchased the Rigid 7 inch diamond blade made for glass cutting. I installed the blade, and made some test cuts again. The results were completely different with this blade. Going nice and slow, the Glass blade left an almost polished finish on the cut edge with no chip out at all. I discovered the key to success here is to go SLOW and not force the cut at all. It takes no more than two fingers to gently and slowly push the material under the blade and the saw will perform perfectly with no problem. I was cutting full 12 inch square tiles and they came out straight and perfect with nice finished edges. It passed through all the different materials in the mosaic tile with no problem and left a nice clean cut edge. I did notice, like others said the table will have some slight "rock" if you try to jiggle it from side to side, however during a proper cut with the forward motion gently applied in a straight forward push, it cuts straight as long as you have set up the saw right to begin with. Overall summary, I followed directions and checked the saw for alignment. I used the proper blade for my material and let the saw do the work with only gently feed pressure. I kept the pump in a separate bucket of clean water instead of using the tray as a water container. My experience was great. I got nice clean cuts with smooth edges and no chip outs once I purchased the right blade for my materials. Go slow, trust the tool and be patient with gentle pressure. You should get results promised and your project should come out just the way you want it to. I highly recommend this tool and will be using it often for more tile jobs around our house.
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a very nice saw for the price. It was easy to assemble and works better than I expected.... This is a very nice saw for the price. It was easy to assemble and works better than I expected. The laser guide which I did not even know it had works extremely well, better than any others that I have used. It illuminates the tile area that will be removed by the blade and you can align the desired cut on either side to get an accurate cut. The sliding table works very smoothly and makes it a real ease to cut the tiles. The water system also works great. The first job that I used it on had a number of angle cuts and this saw made it easy. Truly a nice saw and I am glad that I bought it. The only negative was that I had to file out the holes in the slide rail in order to align the table with the saw blade. Once this was done however the alignment was great and the saw performed as expected. Except for the negative it would have had 5 stars.
Date published: 2017-05-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Saw... for the price I have used this saw for several projects now and I think it does most things pretty well. It does have a few issues. First, the table wobbles.. a lot! Not a big deal if you are cutting small tile, but it's pretty dicey on rip cuts and tiles larger than 12". It is just the way the table rolls. Not an assembly issue. The other issue I have is with the stand. There just are enough height adjustments to make for comfortable work, so I prop it up on some 2x4's to save my back. And yes, it does spray water every where, but, the pump has an adjustment, so if you are working with relatively soft materials or small tiles, you can turn the dial down and it is not nearly as messy. Bottom line is, it is a good tool for the price. Beats having to pay for rental everytime you think of a project. I will definitely pay more next time for something with a more steady table.
Date published: 2017-05-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works good Cut straight right out of the box. The laser isn't accurate. It lines up at start of cut so it's not that big of deal. The only real problem is the saw head should be spring loaded up to make plunge cuts easier. All the bad reviews I read were about water spray but hay it's water on a wheel spinning at 6000 RPM it's to be expected!!! Overall great saw even on porcelain tile no chipping.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I used this saw to cut 1/2 inch thick white travertine tile for a pool deck. The tile is similar... I used this saw to cut 1/2 inch thick white travertine tile for a pool deck. The tile is similar to limestone so it is on the softer side. The saw performed very well on this material. The only weakness I would mention is the miter fence attachment which clamps onto the slide with a set screw - it is neither sturdy or of good design. Otherwise a very good tool.
Date published: 2017-05-23
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