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Model #R4514

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10 in. Pro Jobsite Table Saw with Stand

  • Heavy duty saw boasts 5000 RPM for DIY or Professional Jobs
  • Includes: Includes: 10 in. Blade and Portable Stand
  • Free Parts and Service for Life with Registration
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Product Overview

RIDGID introduces the 10 in. Pro Jobsite Table Saw with Stand. This heavy duty saw is equipped with a 5000 RPM motor. It features an updated portable folding stand that provides a single-point release for simple 1-step setup and great jobsite portability. Users can easily complete jobs wit this saw's easy-to-use onboard storage for the miter gauge, etra blades, rip fence, and other accessories. Backed by the Industry's Only Lifetime Service Agreement, this saw includes a 10 in. blade, a blade guard assembly, a portable folding stand, and an operator's manual.
  • California residents
  • Durable enough for the heaviest of projects
  • Features a 10 in. blade
  • Ability to rip through 4 in. x 4 in. material in a single pass for fast, accurate cuts
  • Front and back clamping fence which features integrated T-slots that give ability to hold select accessories
  • Maximum cut depth of 2-1/4 in. at 45 and 3-1/2 in. at 90 for a variety of useful cuts
  • Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days of purchase
  • Includes: (1) R4514 15 Amp 10 in. Heavy Duty Portable Table Saw, (1) portable folding stand, (1) 10 in. blade, (1) blade guard assembly, and operator's manual
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Cordless/ CordedCordedCordedCordedCorded
Rip Capacity - Right26 in30 in25.5 in30 in
Cuts ThroughWoodWoodAluminum,Metal,PVC,Plastic,Steel,WoodWood
Work Table Surfacein. x x x x in.
Power Tool FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesBlade Guard System,Lockout Power Switch,Stand IncludedStand IncludedBlade Guard System,Lockout Power Switch,Stand Included
Included AccessoriesAllen Key/Wrench,Anti-Kickback Prawl,Blade Guard System,Blades,Miter Fence,Rip Fence,StandStandAllen Key/Wrench,Clamp,Second Handle,StandStand
Blade LocationCenteredCenteredCenteredCentered
Blade Diameter (in.)10101010
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)45454545
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Assembled Depth (in.)
41.81 in
Assembled Height (in.)
17.32 in
Assembled Width (in.)
30.31 in
Maximum Cut Depth @ 90 Deg.
3.5 in
Product Depth (in.)
24.5 in
Product Height (in.)
13.75 in
Product Width (in.)
39.25 in
Work Table Surface
in. x in.


Amperage (amps)
15 A
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Table Saw
Blade Diameter (in.)
Blade Location
Blade Speed
5000 RPM
Color Family
Construction Material
Cord Length (ft.)
Corded Tool Type
Table Saw
Cordless/ Corded
Cuts Through
Depth Control
Horsepower (hp)
3.1 hp
Included Accessories
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.
2.25 in
Power Tool Features
Blade Guard System,Lockout Power Switch,Stand Included
Product Weight (lb.)
95.08 lb
PT Horsepower (Hp)
Rip Capacity - Left
12 in
Rip Capacity - Right
30 in
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days of purchase

Questions & Answers


It looks like this model does not have soft start...correct?

Asked by Leo December 3, 2020

I've never seen a table saw with soft start. This saw starts quietly and cuts smoothly. The power switch can be hit with your leg so you don't have to take your eyes off the saw.

Will the diablo blade work on this saw?

Asked by BP November 30, 2020

Yes and make sure it is a 10 inch blade. Then you have to ask yourself what are you going to be cutting ? If you're going to just rip stuff, you can get a 36 tooth Diablo, if you are working with furniture stuff (where you want little chip out) you may want a 60 tooth. Myself, I went with the 50 tooth Diablo, to rip, cross cut and I do work with 4x8 sheets of good sanded plywood with very little chip. But I don't have to constantly change Diablo blades from 36T to a 60T and back & forth. One blade for me all the time.

what is inside the box? can someone list all the items?

Asked by stanly November 28, 2020

In the box you will find the parts and hardware for the cart,Anti-kick back pawls, Rip fence, Blade guard, blade wrenches, miter gauge and push stick.

Can I plug this into a heavy duty extension cord? Like a 25 or 50ft 10 gauge?

Asked by William November 28, 2020

The type of cord should be designated with "WA" or "W" on the cord's jacket. If using 10 gauge you are good up to 100ft on a 12 gauge 20 amp circuit.

Does this saw come with a rip fence?

Asked by Notbobvilla November 27, 2020

Yes, it comes with a removable Rip Fence.

What are the dimensions of the saw when folded up?

Asked by Jdelliott November 27, 2020

When folded up it is 24" wide, 19" deep and 44" high.

Can you use a Diablo 8 in. x 12-Teeth Stacked Dado Saw Blade on this table saw

Asked by Pedro November 23, 2020

I think a 6-1/2 inch dado blade is the largest you can use on this table saw.

Trying to find the dimensions for this when folded up. Also - is the safety shield on the top re...

Asked by hgpilot November 23, 2020

The saw and cart are 24" wide, 19" deep and 44" high when collapsed. The blade guard and riving knife detach and store on the saw and cart to create a flat surface.

The frame of my stand has bent beyond usability. Where can I get a new one?

Asked by jimm November 22, 2020

The only thing I can think of would be to look on ebay or go to or, it's something like that. To pull up their contact # and call them directly and see if you can buy just the folding stand for your table saw.

what is the hp rating for this saw

Asked by Dan November 21, 2020

This pro jobsite folding table saw has a 3.1 hp motor and runs up to 5000 rpm

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Customer Reviews

  • 680 Customer Reviews
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars overall
83% of customers recommended.
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New Rochelle, NY
Easy to handle
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Every time I used it l, l love it more. It is a great product. I highly recommend it.
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Great Saw but poor service
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I bought a very similar model, R4513, about 2 years ago. I bought the saw because of the mobility and the brand name. Every thing was grate until about 2 months ago. I was using the saw to remove defects from white cedar shingles that I was using for a side wall. The sawdust needed much more cleaning than most woods so after vacuuming the underside, I took off the throat plate to continue cleaning. The plated did not come off as it should. it was hung up on the leveling screws. After giving up trying to contact Ridged, I went to HD. Customer service said to bring the saw in and they would send it for service. I did so. I have a Lifetime Warrantee so I was taken back when I needed to pay a small about to have it sent off. The repair took a long time and I was charged for the repair with customer service saying that the repair was not covered by warrantee and I was charged for the repair. No reason was given for the exclusion. When I got the saw I found that the throat plate was incorrectly installed. The table top had a few small gouges, no big deal. The fence that was working great would not sit on the table top. I guess something happened in shipping. Since there is not obvious damage, I am hoping that I can adjust it. In case you did not know, this saw is made by One World Technologies, Inc under license from Ridged. In summary, this is a very good saw but repair and warrantee are very wanting.
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Compared to the saw this one is replacing this one is gold. The saw this is replacing is an old C...
Compared to the saw this one is replacing this one is gold. The saw this is replacing is an old Craftsman probably about 80 years old. I have to get used to using such a new style saw. So far this has been an excellent but I can not compare to anything new. I have a small shop attached to the back of my 3rd car garage. I like the portability, I can fold this up and get it out of the way when I need more room or move it to the garage or outside if need be. The throat plate seems to be a little warped but still usable. I might be calling LSA for a replacement. Overall I like it, it is very useful for me and I would recommend this saw, especially for some that needs to take it places or move it or store it.
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Good hardware and stand but weak fence system
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The saw was easy to setup and I got it on sale. The blade setup was good out of the box. The stand works really well and is easy to move around. The fence is the weak point. I have to pretty much check for straightness every time I move it. I have tried to straighten the fence twice now with success. It is still 1/16 off at the back. Another problem with fence is a super small notch between the fence and the fence clamp. This notch in the fence clamp stops the wood from making full contact. The 90 degree angle is not sharp. It has a small curve (only the first inch of the fence start). I am ok with this as I am very light user. But if you plan to use this on weekly basis or care for super straight rips without hassle you might want to buy the dewalt. Just based on the fence system alone, I do not recommend this saw.
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Excellent Saw for the Price!
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I have had this saw for a couple of months now and I am VERY pleased with it. I am fairly new to woodworking and have been using a very old off brand bench top model so this is a BIG upgrade for me. This is not a cabinet saw so expecting perfection is unrealistic. I bought this saw on sale for $349.00 so I feel that it is an incredible value. Things I love about this saw: 1.POWERFUL. I put in a diablo blade and this thing cuts through hardwood and softwoods with ease. 2.Fence feels HIGH QUALITY and holds true and can be easily adjusted to be square with the blade. 3.I have half a garage so the portability of this saw is fantastic. 4. LSA has been helpful in the past. Nice to know my investment is backed. 5. Soft start is great and feels safer than my old saw. 6. Dust collection is very nice when hooked up to a powerful shopvac. Things I dont like: 1. The extendable table sags a bit and after reading the manual and making all adjustments, there seems to be no fix for this. (doesn't seem to affect much though for my level of crafting) 2. The plastic gears worry me, but I feel ok about it with the LSA. I am also very careful with my tools. I have been using this for a few months now and its operating very smoothly. 3. Assembly for the stand was a bit difficult. I think the diagrams could be elaborated on. 4. The onboard storage for the fence is cheaply made. Mine broke first time trying to get the fence stored. ( I will be contacting LSA as soon as my product is registered)
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1/16" From Excellence
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I bought this table saw around Black Friday 2019 for 299. After an eleven percent rebate match, I got it for eleven percent less. The first saw that I had, the table top was not flat at all. I ended up exchanging it within 90 days for another one. Running a straight edge diagonal across the table top of the second one (not including the extension), the top was spot on one way and a 1/16 of an inch off the other way. Unfortunately, there is no way to adjust this. The table top on this second saw is MUCH better than the first one though. At this time, I can live with the 1/16" difference on one side. Outside of the table top not being flat, all of the measurement gauges were off by about 1/16" as well. The bevel indicator at 45 degrees is about 1/16 off of the 45 degree indicator line (so it would appear to be at 46 degrees even though you are making a 45 degree cut). If you adjust the indicator, then it messes up your 0 or 90 degree cut indicator line. What's weird about it is every measurement is right on the money until you get around the 44 degree range and that is where that 1/16" starts creeping in. As the table extension is extended, the tape measure built in ends up being roughly 1/16" off as well. The fence was right on and the miter gauge needed work. It wasn't hard to square up using a speed square. The dust collection system works pretty well too when hooked up to a powerful shop vac. I really like the folding cart that comes with it. One of the screw holes was again 1/16" off when securing the saw to the cart. Overall, this is a very good little saw. If it wasn't for being a 1/16" off a little here and a little there (perhaps Creed from The Office is on quality control here) this would have easily received 5 stars from me. However, due to some of these slight issues...that again I can live with - I give it 4 stars. I certainly would not have paid anywhere near full price for it. It is a very good upgrade from my 10" Craftsman Evolv that I paid $100 for 10 years ago. I also love the Ridgid Lifetime Warranty. I have never had problems registering tools for this. The only downside for me is getting tools to a service center. The nearest one to me is about 90 miles away.
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This is obviously a second or maybe third "generation" of this tool, and has gotten much more spa...
This is obviously a second or maybe third "generation" of this tool, and has gotten much more sparsely and cheaply made. Every shortcut seems to have been taken. That being said, the steel frame versus the plastic case of the prior generation is an improvement. The arbor nut is even smaller and cheaper. The saw still accepts a dado stack which is ideal. The rip fence is OK, and seems better than the last generation. I have not yet figured out the purpose of the built in "mini" fence. The miter gauge is garbage. Very small and cheap. Tool storage is very cheaply made, that is, the rubber bands that hold the fence in storage, the cheap plastic storage for the miter gauge, will not last. The blade height adjustment is very slow. It takes 40 - yes 40 cranks of the handle to raise the blade to full height, and 40 more to lower it. The plastic throat plate is cheap. The 10" blade does not drop below the throat plate with much clearance at all. The power cord is too short, it should be at least 8 feet. The location of the cord where it exits the frame is poorly located and basically forces you to route the cord under the motor housing. If not, the operator is forced to avoid the cord as is exits out the left side of the frame. This creates a safety hazard. The increase in the rip capacity is definitely a plus. Absolutely needed to be improved since last generation. Dust control is poor, nearly impossible. The height of the saw as it sits on the stand is 1/2 inch lower that the prior generation, and that means that any outfeed table or benches that have been constructed are now too tall to receive the front edge of material being pushed through the saw. This is MAJOR to me. I now have to either alter the saw or alter my outfeed table to work together.
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Went from a cheaper table saw to this one, and wow, the mobility, ease of adjustment, it actually...
Went from a cheaper table saw to this one, and wow, the mobility, ease of adjustment, it actually being square, and the great fence have made me really enjoy this product. All of the parts are of high quality and it was easy to set up and adjust.
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Gets the job done
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First note my first one was missing pieces, second one's been good so far, mine was square and level out of the box unlike some others, like all table saws if you want precision use a bevel gauge or jig any time you move the blade and double check every so often. The stand is easy to setup and move around , the stop is a lever instead of a key (which i'd lose) which is great. So far I've used it to rip 2x material, make thresholds, end tables, cabinets, shelves and a load of other projects, remember this a jobsite saw which is good for construction and diy projects like furniture .it's not a top end saw meant for production work. For me it fits all my needs, only upgrade I needed was a zero clearance throat plate which I made from some scrap wood...glad I went with this one instead of a small table top model
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Will not adjust to true 90°/45° to match Indicator Marks
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I just purchased a Table Saw #R4514 on 5/11/20 from Home Depot. I have spent the last 3-hrs trying to adjust the blade 'bevel' to a true 90° & 45° that lines up with the 'Indicator Marks' on the side of the saw ("0" & "45"), but it will not align. First, if I put a square on the "Left-Side" of the blade and adjust it to true 90°, then put the square on the "Right-Side" of the blade, the Right-Side is off by about 1/16" base-to-top of blade. I can only conclude that the actual table is either off in some way, or has not been manufactured/milled properly during production. Furthermore, after adjusting the 'bevel' to where the Left-Side of the blade is at a true 90°, I readjusted the Indicator to "0". But then, when I try to move the blade to a true 45° (using an 45° square), the indicator is now passes the "45" mark on the saw by a good 2° to 3°. This means I cannot rely on the 'degree indicator marks' for accurate bevel angles. If Ridgid cannot fix this issue within 3-days, I will be returning this tool to Home Depot as defective. NOTE: I have read quite a few reviews by other professionals that reported this same problem. This is not the standards that a company like Ridgid should hold to, even if it's made in China.
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