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RIDGID

Model # R4030S

Internet # 203757434

Store SKU # 311220

7 in. Tile Saw with Stand

$297.00 /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

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Thickness 
0.063 in 
Blade size (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
22.99 

Details

Amperage (amps) 
Blade Material 
Steel 
Cuts Through 
Ceramic,Porcelain,Stone 
Deck material 
Aluminum 
Flooring Product Type 
Tile Tool 
Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.) 
18 
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.) 
24 
Power Tool Product Type 
Bench & Stationary 
Product Weight (lb.) 
44.02 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Saw Blade Material 
Diamond 
Tile Saw Features 
Bevel,Laser Guide,Plunge,Stand,Water Pump,Water Tray 
Tool Type 
Wet Tile Saw 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 
Voltage (volts) 
120 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
Lifetime Service Agreement 

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Can this model make bevel cuts?

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June 15, 2014
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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.
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yes. It can make bevel cuts up to 45 deg.
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YES,ONLY 45 DEGREE
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yes it can
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You can make 45 degree bevel cuts,
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I haven't used it, but it does do bevel cuts.
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yes
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Yes saw head miters 1 to 45 degrees.
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Yes. Up to 45 degrees. For angles other than 45 you will need a protractor and you will have to set the depth.
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September 23, 2013
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Yes, the RIDGID R4030S 7” tile saw can make 0 to 45 degree bevel cuts.
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Can you plunge cut with this? Or does the blade just slide back and forth?

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June 12, 2014
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the saw head pivots or can be locked in place for normal cutting. the table slides for normal cutting. plunge cut for register cuts ect
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yes,plunge cuts are possible with this saw
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March 18, 2014
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can't plunge cut. blade is stationary. The table moves back and forth.
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YES YOU CAN,YOU CAN UPWARD THE MOTOR HEAD
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Yes you can plung cut, the blade does not slide back and forth, the table does, but it can be locked in place for plung cuts
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Yes, it does plunge cuts. There is a large (easy to turn) thumb screw that unlocks the head so it can pivot up allowing you to slide the tile under the blade and then lower the blade into the tile. It is not counter balanced or anything fancy like that, so you have to support the weight of the head as you move the tile into position.
Also, you can't set the maximum depth of cut as far as I can tell. Read More
Yes, it does plunge cuts. There is a large (easy to turn) thumb screw that unlocks the head so it can pivot up allowing you to slide the tile under the blade and then lower the blade into the tile. It is not counter balanced or anything fancy like that, so you have to support the weight of the head as you move the tile into position.
Also, you can't set the maximum depth of cut as far as I can tell. This would be really helpful when doing plunge cuts where you want a certain finished width. Instead you have to freehand it, which means you end up trying a dozen times to get that perfect cut. I don't know, but I suspect pro level saws do let you set the maximum depth making plunge cuts much less of a chore. Read Less
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Yes you can plung cut with this saw
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No plunge cut on this saw.
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October 4, 2013
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yes but it isn't designed that way. There is a knob that allows up and down movement, I loosened the knob and held the saw up and cut down intot eh tile, for a nice cut.
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Yes you can. However the blade and motor do not have a spring to keep it from dropping so you have to control the plunge yourself.
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The specs on this saw list porcelain, glass, ceramic and pavers, will this saw cut through marble tile?

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Tennessee
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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?
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I had no problem cutting marble just don't push hard when cutting
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yes, marble is a soft material easily cut
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This saw should have no problem cutting through marble tile, included blade is cheap and may leave some small chipping but should cut through marble with ease. An investment in a higher quality blade would be prudent.
Basically any wet saw will cut all materials, some materials like glass may require different or specific blade.
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yes, but accurate cuts are nearly impossible!
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yes, it will cut marble tile. Remember, the blade cuts the tile so use an appropriate blade for whatever material your cutting. The blade that comes with the saw will cut marble but may not last as long as some of the premium blades/
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Yes it will. I used it to cut some using the same blade it comes with.
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Yes it did. I am using 17 inch ceramic tile. Cuts it like butter.
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It will cut marble and even granite, even though the blade supplied with the saw will cut through it I don't recommend it for marble if you want a nice clean cut. You have to invest on a good quality diamond blade for this kind of material since it's tougher to cut than ceramic or porcelain. Make a couple of cuts on a scrap piece before cutting your work piece, this is because the blades will chip the Read More
It will cut marble and even granite, even though the blade supplied with the saw will cut through it I don't recommend it for marble if you want a nice clean cut. You have to invest on a good quality diamond blade for this kind of material since it's tougher to cut than ceramic or porcelain. Make a couple of cuts on a scrap piece before cutting your work piece, this is because the blades will chip the material a little bit when they are brand new, but once you "smooth out" the blade it will cut nicely. Buy the continuous edge blade, not the notched one, they'll leave a rough edge on your marble.. Also make sure you let the saw do the work, don't force the material into the blade or push too hard, it will take a little longer to cut this kind of stone than to cut other tiles but it will cut it. Read Less
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The RIDGID R4030 tile saw is designed to cut man-made tile, pavers, and stone tile products only.
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what is the weight of this saw?

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I'd say about 25-30 pounds, not including the stand.
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I believe that it is listed on the box, but the unit is not overly heavy, about the weight of a heavy duty worm drive circular saw--because the saw is attached to a rigid frame (no pun intended). I'm sure the rigid website can give you the exact weight.
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This product weighs 44.02 pounds.
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not heavy. I'd say around 20 pounds.
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Neil, it's almost 11 at night. I am not going to go and unearth my saw and find a scale. However, I suspect it weighs 25-30 lbs. based on my memory of it. The Ridgid website indicates a weight of 32 lb. It does not specify whether or not this includes the stand, tray and pump; although these three would add less than a couple of pounds to the total. I am on Medicare, but I have no issues with moving this Read More
Neil, it's almost 11 at night. I am not going to go and unearth my saw and find a scale. However, I suspect it weighs 25-30 lbs. based on my memory of it. The Ridgid website indicates a weight of 32 lb. It does not specify whether or not this includes the stand, tray and pump; although these three would add less than a couple of pounds to the total. I am on Medicare, but I have no issues with moving this thing around or loading into my truck. Read Less
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The specificaitons can be found on the Home Depot site here:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-7-in-Tile-Saw-with-Stand-R4030S/203757434#specifications
I don't know if those numbers include the entire saw (with stand and tub) or if it is just the saw. I will say that for what the saw can do, it's pretty light and easy to move. I've never had a problem with the weight.
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July 16, 2015
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Hi Neal. The weight for the R4030S is 51.9 lbs. Thanks and hope this helps.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 163 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by great saw outperforms dewalt Love this saw i have used it on about 70 jobs within 9 months cuts straighter and cleaner then any dewalt or anything else I've tried in my 8 years of doing tile No issues tell I put it up for a month now the motor doesnt always engage when i flip the switch... And im very good at cleaning it after every use June 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty OK so far - bad pump This is a big improvement over my cheap table tile saw, however... The little submersible pump that came with the saw is not branded as 'RIDGID' [Jebao] and it failed immediately. I discovered that I have to remove the hose from the pump and remove the pump from the water, then the impeller will start to turn. I stick the pump back into the water and reconnect the hose and make my cut. I have to repeat this process on more than half of my cuts. RIDGID customer service tells me they will send me a new pump... in 7 - 10 days. There is no way for them to let me pick a new pump from my local HD store. Gee thanks. Secondly, I'm trying to cut some 24 inch tiles and the moving table on this saw gets pretty wobbly at that range. Not a big deal, I have a good line marked on my tile and I hold it tightly at first until the table stabilizes. July 7, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Saw drops into sliding table when cutting 45 degrees It is a great saw if it wasn't for the fact that the saw drops down into the sliding table when set at a 45 degree angle. The depth of cut is control by lifting the saw and securing it with a knob screw. This screw works loose during the cut because the saw vibrates. It is a bad design. It should have a depth of cut notch for 45 degree cuts so the saw and NEVER fall into the sliding table. It ruined my expensive tile, dulled my blade and left a big notch/hole on my sliding table. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best wet saw I prefer this one to the 10" one because the blade doesn't wobble as much. its very solid and sturdy and super light and portable. I've used full sized saws and I'd put this against them any day. it makes very clean cuts. it even cuts glass tile with very little chipping. April 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tile table saw Easy set up,good price and excellent warranty and Home Depot has great customer service July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by The top knob that holds the saw down will break the knuckle mount making it worthless I tightened the top knob and it broke the knuckle mount. The lifetime warranty is very complex and rigid (no pun intended) It's nearly impossible to get it fixed without paying for the part. Be aware and avoid Ridgid if you want it to last and be supported. Don't be fooled by their "Lifetime Warranty" February 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rigid 7" tile saw Was a great price We only had a kitchen to do to start. But renting a saw at $50 per day with doing the project on my day off was going to be a better idea to buy a moderately priced saw. With rigids guarantee its was by far the best deal. So far it's worked great. We are cutting ceramic tile with no problems at all. June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Borrowed one. Bought one. I got by with one of the smaller 'portable' units for years. I liked the idea I could pick it up, put it in my truck and go. No set up time. It had it's limitations but lasted many years and many jobs. When that one died I reluctanltly borrowed a neighbors identical to this one. I say reluctant because I thought it would require a lot of set up and tear down. Not so. As I did more tile jobs they become increasing difficult and I needed a better saw. The sliding table was a major improvement. As was the ability to plunge cut, bevel cuts, with a twist of a hand nut. And the trend towards larger tile and wood grain tile that is 6 inches wide and 24 plus inches long, requires a slding table saw for accurate long straight cuts. And this one does have a Laser. Not sure if the one I borrowed did. And this one seems to roll much smoother than his. He swears he paid $400 for his a few years ago. And I have seen them elsewhere for that much. But it was the same saw, with some obvious improvements. Thanks RIGID for listening and improving. The biggest flaw with this saw and the larger RIGID saws (had the pleasure to use one of those too) is the backslash. I am talking puddles of water on the floor backsplash out the back and over the sides of the saw. You can cut tile larger than 24 inches but the water runs off the edge of the tile onto the floor., missing the reservoir. Just an excessive amount ot spray and water on the floor. One of the other models ( 10 hp ) has an extended plastic add on splash guard to direct the back spray back in the reservoir. I heard it didn't work so well either. Cutting 24 inch tile does require cutting from one side until the tile hits the arm. Turning the tile around, lining it up and then cutting from the oppostie side. Again, this saw was accurate enough to match up the cutting line. With the laser, I wouldn't give it a second thought whether this can handle bigger tile or buying a biger saw. The hand nuts tend to loosen. Maybe I am reluctant to crank on them due to the other reveiws who say they break easily. All I know is the saw will loosen and raise after repeated cuts to the point it no longer is cutting all the way through the tile. After it raises just a little it tends to crack tile at the end of the cut instead of finishing the cut. Once you are aware of it you can check it periodically. As this saw gets dull, it Rips! It will try to chew through the tile like a chain saw and hope your fingers aren't in the way. further down the tile guiding it. A little scary thie first time. It also does this when the saw starts to loosen and creep upwards. The table movement isn't perfect. There can be a bit of or play. Someone said an 1/8 an inch in some cases. I found it to make very staright cuts even on 6 by 24 inch tile. Once the blade gets dull, it can cut off track. A 7 inch will have to be changed more often than a 10 or even 8 inch. Especially depending on the tile thickness and hardness. This saw will let you know when it needs a new one. Yes the pump needs to be 'primed' when dry. it's a simple matter of removing the hose, starting the pump till it pumps water and then reconnect the hose. I have left the saw set up overnight and did not have to be re-prime. I have drained all the water but didn't drain the tube or pump and added water the next day and it did not need priming. No biggy. So...I bought one! After using one I decided it was very portable, accuruate, versitile and adabtable to many situations. Once I used one I couldn't go back to using one of the table top models. Just the right size to do the job and still be 'portable'. July 17, 2016
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