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10 in. Table Saw with Folding Stand

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  • 27 in. Rip Capacity
  • Jobsite ready folding stand provides easy set-up and stability
  • Free Parts and Service for Life with Registration
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Product Overview

RIDGID introduces the R4518 10 in. Table Saw with Folding Stand. Unlike other benchtop tools, the RIDGID 10 in. Table Saw with Folding Stand is eligible for the Industrys Best Lifetime Service Agreement. Simply register this tool within 90 days of purchase to receive FREE Parts, FREE Service, FOR LIFE. The powerful 15 Amp motor delivers 5,000 RPM and features a 27 in. rip capacity for ripping through large sheet goods like plywood and OSB. This RIDGID 10 in. Portable Table Saw features SOFTstart Technology which improves tool life by gradually ramping up the motor for a quiet and smooth startup. The included jobsite ready stand provides easy set-up for more stability. The R4514 includes the 10 in. Table Saw, Folding Stand Assembly and Assembly Hardware, Blade Wrenches, 10 in. Carbide Tipped Blade, Push Stick, Miter Gauge, Rip Fence, Blade Guard Assembly, Anti-Kickback Pawls, and Operators Manual.
  • 27 in. rip capacity provides fast and accurate rips into large materials
  • SOFTStart Technology motor gradually ramps up the blade speed for quiet and smooth startup
  • Steel roll cage frame delivers superior cabinet durability
  • Blade brake stops blade in seconds for quicker transitions between cuts
  • Jobsite ready folding stand provides easy set-up and stability
  • Built-in 2-1/4 in. dust port maintains optimal position for superior dust collection
  • On-Board tool and accessory storage conveniently and quickly store accessories
  • Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days of purchase
  • Includes: 10 in. Table Saw, Folding Stand Assembly and Assembly Hardware, Blade Wrenches, 10 in. Carbide Tipped Blade, Push Stick, Miter Gauge, Rip Fence, Blade Guard Assembly, Anti-Kickback Pawls, and Operators Manual
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Ratings
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Cordless/ CordedCordedCordedCordedCorded
Rip Capacity - Right24.5 in26 in25.5 in30 in
Included AccessoriesAnti-Kickback Prawl,Attachments,Blade Guard System,Rip FenceAllen Key/Wrench,Anti-Kickback Prawl,Blade Guard System,Blade(s),Miter Fence,Rip Fence,StandAllen Key/Wrench,Clamp,Second Handle,StandStand
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)-2000
Cuts ThroughWoodWoodAluminum,Metal,PVC,Plastic,Steel,WoodWood
Blade LocationCenteredCenteredCenteredCentered
Power Tool FeaturesBlade Guard SystemNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesBlade Guard System,Lockout Power Switch
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)47454545
Blade Diameter (in.)8-1/4 in10 in10 in10 in
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Cut Depth @ 90 Deg.
3.375 in
Product Depth (in.)
21.5 in
Product Height (in.)
13.125 in
Product Width (in.)
28.25 in
Work Table Surface
in. x in.

Details

Amperage (amps)
15 A
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Table Saw
Blade Diameter (in.)
10 in
Blade Location
Centered
Blade Speed
5000 RPM
Color Family
Orange
Condition
New
Construction Material
Plastic
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Corded Tool Type
Table Saw
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Cuts Through
Wood
Depth Control
Adjustable
Horsepower (hp)
3.1 hp
Included Accessories
Allen Key/Wrench,Anti-Kickback Prawl,Blade Guard System,Blade(s),Miter Fence,Rip Fence,Stand
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.
2.5 in
Power Tool Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
75 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Rip Capacity - Left (in)
8 in
Rip Capacity - Right
26 in
Saw Type
Benchtop
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)
45
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)
0
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3-Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 521 reviews
  • 75%recommend this product
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We’ll set up
Got this saw a couple of weeks ago Set the saw up checked all alignment could not believe was spot on still haven’t figured out how to slant blade but I will
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    • Recommended
    1 person found this helpful
    Disappointed. 3 items create inaccurate cuts
    Quick Summary: 1) Miter gauge wiggles a lot 2) Rip fence is sticky and hard to make small adjustments + it's not always square/straight. 3) The blade is not 90 degrees out of the box, when I measure with a framing square Details: To premise, I am new woodworker and I've been building out my tool set this year. I received this table saw as a gift, so I am happy to own and continue to use it until I can save up for a more expensive/professional table saw. Also, I own other Ridgid tools and have no issues with those (Jigsaw, Drill/Driver, Driver, Shop Vac). Here is my perspective. This year, I started with some basic tools like a circular saw and miter saw. I built some outdoor furniture with decent outcomes, using mainly glue and screws. Nothing too complex. For my birthday, my parents bought me this because I wanted to do more intricate work that required dado cuts, ripping boards down and other more advanced techniques that you can't do on miter/circular saws. As I've started doing more wood work on this saw and watching videos/learning more about the woodworking craft, I found this saw does not provide reliable and accurate cuts. A few things that really hurt this saw, in my opinion. 1) Miter gauge wiggles a lot - this may be a problem on other saws, but it seems like older models of this saw and higher end models of other saws have less plasticky and more reliable miter gauges that don't wiggle in their slot. Sure, it's a small wiggle but an 1/8th of an inch adds up. Gaps in my joints because I was leaning one way or pushing another way while making a cross cut is not ok with me. 2) Rip fence is sticky and hard to make small adjustments + it's not always square/straight. This video at the 2:05 mark is exactly what I see: https://youtu.be/eDBG11ZR3_o?t=125 plus when trying to make small adjustments, one end will stick and be hard to adjust with a small tap or light nudge. This makes measuring out my rip cuts much more tedious. 3) The blade is not 90 degrees out of the box when I measure with a framing square. This is probably the most frustrating because I can't find a great solution to this. The instructions are really hard to understand, IMO, and there are no youtube videos that address this issue. [see picture] All in all, I've probably spent about 30 hours or so on this saw over the summer and while I don't have much experience, I find these items to be already frustrating and something I know I don't want in the future. Otherwise, the saw works as expected and no other issues that come to mind. Hope this help
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      Disappointed. 3 items create inaccurate cuts
      Quick Summary: 1) Miter gauge wiggles a lot 2) Rip fence is sticky and hard to make small adjustments + it's not always square/straight. 3) The blade is not 90 degrees out of the box, when I measure with a framing square Details: To premise, I am new woodworker and I've been building out my tool set this year. I received this table saw as a gift, so I am happy to own and continue to use it until I can save up for a more expensive/professional table saw. Also, I own other Ridgid tools and have no issues with those (Jigsaw, Drill/Driver, Driver, Shop Vac). Here is my perspective. This year, I started with some basic tools like a circular saw and miter saw. I built some outdoor furniture with decent outcomes, using mainly glue and screws. Nothing too complex. For my birthday, my parents bought me this because I wanted to do more intricate work that required dado cuts, ripping boards down and other more advanced techniques that you can't do on miter/circular saws. As I've started doing more wood work on this saw and watching videos/learning more about the woodworking craft, I found this saw does not provide reliable and accurate cuts. A few things that really hurt this saw, in my opinion. 1) Miter gauge wiggles a lot - this may be a problem on other saws, but it seems like older models of this saw and higher end models of other saws have less plasticky and more reliable miter gauges that don't wiggle in their slot. Sure, it's a small wiggle but an 1/8th of an inch adds up. Gaps in my joints because I was leaning one way or pushing another way while making a cross cut is not ok with me. 2) Rip fence is sticky and hard to make small adjustments + it's not always square/straight. This video at the 2:05 mark is exactly what I see: https://youtu.be/eDBG11ZR3_o?t=125 plus when trying to make small adjustments, one end will stick and be hard to adjust with a small tap or light nudge. This makes measuring out my rip cuts much more tedious. 3) The blade is not 90 degrees out of the box when I measure with a framing square. This is probably the most frustrating because I can't find a great solution to this. The instructions are really hard to understand, IMO, and there are no youtube videos that address this issue. [see picture] All in all, I've probably spent about 30 hours or so on this saw over the summer and while I don't have much experience, I find these items to be already frustrating and something I know I don't want in the future. Otherwise, the saw works as expected and no other issues that come to mind. Hope this help
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        10 people found this helpful
        Worthless
        When unboxed, the blade was not square to the miter slot. The provided adjustment does not provide enough travel to bring the back of the blade square. It’s always off an eighth.
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          Solid table table saw.
          I've made a few cuts now and I like it. Cuts straight and feels Heavy duty. Definitely would recommend it to friends and family. Deducted a star because the dust shoot doesn't fit a standard shop vac. It would be nice if it came with an attachment to hold the shop vac in place
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            • Recommended
            Part broke before use
            I just assembled this saw then picked it up to move it and the clip that holds the base to the saw snapped off. Very weak weld. Now I have to drive half an hour to the store, do an exchange, drive home and assemble to new one. This time I will add a couple of pipe clamps to hold the saw to the base.
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              Quality for the price
              Excellent quality for the price. Needs better mounts for all the attachments when transporting. Would’ve preferred the model with a rolling stand but unavailable at the time
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                Hide review form Review for 15 Amp 10 -inch Table
                I love this saw. I don't have a folding stand but the one it came with is good for what I do. I use this saw for ripping sheets of plywood and smaller projects. Only criticism is the plastic parts feel cheaply done. Saw does what i ask of it though.
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                • Recommended
                Rigid 10"
                Tablesaw has been awesome. Reasonably priced the folks at the local home depot are always friendly and eager to help
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                • Recommended
                Good saw for a beginner woodworker
                This seems like a great saw for a beginner woodworker like myself. Fairly simple to use portable (because I have to move a car out of my garage to work and don’t have space for a permanent tablesaw) not too expensive, high quality, and backed by Ridgid’s lifetime warranty. Only complaint is that although the manual does explicitly state that the tablesaw can accept dado blades, at this time you cannot buy a dado blade throat plate for the saw. I was able to solve this by making my own dado blade throat plate with this table saw,a jigsaw, and an orbital sander.
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                  26 people found this helpful
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