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Model # R4512

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RIDGID

13 Amp 10 in. Professional Cast Iron Table Saw

  • 13 Amp motor delivers up to 3450 RPM
  • Cast iron table minimizes vibration
  • Backed by The RIDGID Lifetime Service Agreement
$ 649 00
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Product Overview

  • 13 Amp motor delivers up to 3450 RPM
  • Cast iron table minimizes vibration
  • Backed by The RIDGID Lifetime Service Agreement
This RIDGID 10 in. Professional Table Saw features a powerful, 13 Amp motor for speeds up to 3450 RPM. The cast iron table's milled and polished surface minimizes vibration and provides a flat, level surface for trouble-free cutting. There is a blade guard for safety. Customize your table by adding an extension or auxiliary tables for routers or other specialty tools.
  • 13 Amp motor delivers up to 3450 RPM to help you power through tough jobs
  • Front and back-clamping aluminum rip fence has extra-large glides to provide precise and smooth adjustments along the rail
  • Includes T-slots for the variable placement of accessories such as fences and sacrificial fences (not included)
  • Built-in accessory slots for installing auxiliary fences that support large work pieces
  • Customizable design so you can add an extension table or auxiliary tables (not included) for routers or other specialty tools
  • Die-cast miter gauge with positive stops for accurate cuts
  • Built-in accessory storage keeps accessories nearby
  • Large over-mold handle provides a comfortable and secure grip
  • Single-action foot pedal helps you reposition the saw with ease
  • Maximum cut depth of 2-1/4 in. at 45° and 3-1/4 in. at 90° for a variety of useful cuts
  • 3-year warranty and lifetime service agreement with tool registration
  • Blade guard for safety
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Product Overview

  • 13 Amp motor delivers up to 3450 RPM
  • Cast iron table minimizes vibration
  • Backed by The RIDGID Lifetime Service Agreement
Model #: R4512
Sku #: 155225
Internet #: 202500206

This RIDGID 10 in. Professional Table Saw features a powerful, 13 Amp motor for speeds up to 3450 RPM. The cast iron table's milled and polished surface minimizes vibration and provides a flat, level surface for trouble-free cutting. There is a blade guard for safety. Customize your table by adding an extension or auxiliary tables for routers or other specialty tools.

  • 13 Amp motor delivers up to 3450 RPM to help you power through tough jobs
  • Front and back-clamping aluminum rip fence has extra-large glides to provide precise and smooth adjustments along the rail
  • Includes T-slots for the variable placement of accessories such as fences and sacrificial fences (not included)
  • Built-in accessory slots for installing auxiliary fences that support large work pieces
  • Customizable design so you can add an extension table or auxiliary tables (not included) for routers or other specialty tools
  • Die-cast miter gauge with positive stops for accurate cuts
  • Built-in accessory storage keeps accessories nearby
  • Large over-mold handle provides a comfortable and secure grip
  • Single-action foot pedal helps you reposition the saw with ease
  • Maximum cut depth of 2-1/4 in. at 45° and 3-1/4 in. at 90° for a variety of useful cuts
  • 3-year warranty and lifetime service agreement with tool registration
  • Blade guard for safety
  • Note: product may vary by store, call to confirm brand/model # availability
  • Click Here to Register Your Product

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  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Diameter
10
Maximum Cut Depth @ 90 Deg.
3-1/4 in
Product Depth (in.)
46.3 in
Product Height (in.)
37.187
Product Width (in.)
30.63 in
Table Length (in.)
27
Table Width (in.)
20
Work Table Surface
27 in. x 20 in.

Details

Amperage (amps)
13
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Table Saw
Blade Diameter (in.)
10
Blade Location
Centered
Blade Speed
3450 RPM
Color Family
Orange
Condition
New
Construction Material
Plastic
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Cuts Through
Wood
Depth Control
Yes
Dust Collection Method
4 in. Dust Port
Horsepower (hp)
3.8 hp
Included Accessories
Stand
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.
2-1/4 in
Maximum Speed (rpm)
3450
PT Horsepower (Hp)
3-4/5
Portability
Bench
Power Tool Features
Stand Included
Product Weight (lb.)
267.23lb
Returnable
90-Day
Rip Capacity - Left
15 in
Rip Capacity - Right
30 in
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)
45
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)
0
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

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

Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Diameter
10
Maximum Cut Depth @ 90 Deg.
3-1/4 in
Product Depth (in.)
46.3 in
Product Height (in.)
37.187
Product Width (in.)
30.63 in
Table Length (in.)
27
Table Width (in.)
20
Work Table Surface
27 in. x 20 in.

Details

Amperage (amps)
13
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Table Saw
Blade Diameter (in.)
10
Blade Location
Centered
Blade Speed
3450 RPM
Color Family
Orange
Condition
New
Construction Material
Plastic
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Cuts Through
Wood
Depth Control
Yes
Dust Collection Method
4 in. Dust Port
Horsepower (hp)
3.8 hp
Included Accessories
Stand
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.
2-1/4 in
Maximum Speed (rpm)
3450
PT Horsepower (Hp)
3-4/5
Portability
Bench
Power Tool Features
Stand Included
Product Weight (lb.)
267.23lb
Returnable
90-Day
Rip Capacity - Left
15 in
Rip Capacity - Right
30 in
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)
45
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)
0
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers

What is the advantage to wiring the table saw for 240v rather then 120v?

Asked by: dapatch
Running your saw on 240v will have 2 benefits. Your saw performance will benefit from the lower current associated with 240v. And, despite all the power companies bill for Kilowatts and Kw = volts (V) x amps (I) geniuses, you will save some money on electrical power BILLING. However, this will be negligible unless you are running a carpentry shop because, at least most of us, use a table saw infrequently. First, another theoretical consideration are I^2 x R losses (which manifest as heat--i.e. hot motors). As far as performance, the important thing to recognize is that 120v will produce four times the heat and power losses (that you pay for) compared to 240v. As to cost, yes theoretically you consume the same power either way assuming away I^2R loses. But, whether you use 120 or 240 for certain loads is determined at your load center, downstream of your utility meter. Your utility meter has no way to differentiate between your 120 and 240 volt loads. What it measures is the current and amperage passing through the meter upstream your power panel by driving a little motor usually. The voltage does not change significantly but does some depending on demand on the larger transmission lines supplying your house. Severe conditions are brown-outs. You only have one meter for your residence (usually). Your utility meter calculates Kwh for billing purposes under a number of assumptions (more than this) and does not differentiate between your 230 and 120 loads. Utility companies don't need to go to the extra expense of doing so because the can recapture the economic loss statistically via rate structures. So the voltage measured at the meter is what the utility is supplying to you. 230v, using less current for the same power, will look like less power to the meter. Lesser factor, you lose about 4x less of the power that you do pay for. This is not the only assumption that causes a difference between what electricity you are billed for and what you actually use. Power factor (Pf) is a major reason. Every motor in your home and shop has a designed power factor--basically the power that is apparently used compared to real power. The higher (better) the power factor, the more expensive the motor's components. Utility companies do what they can to encourage high power factor components but .... And, they have the same problem on the grid. If you have a 230 circuit available and can make the conversion yourself, it would be good for your saw--you might see it at startup. Otherwise, it is pretty expensive to have an electrician put in a circuit/receptacle for you. Most of us are better off getting by on 120v.
Answered by: jmc
Date published: 2019-05-21

Do the screws hold the throat plate in place?

Probably seems like a dumb question but I am a rookie with this stuff. It seems obvious that the screws would hold it in place but once I did it it did not look right. Did not make sense to me that the screws weren't flush with the plate. And the assembly instructions never mention screws so I am thinking that the screws stay in the holes underneath the throat plate and throat plat simply slides into its slot?
Asked by: Rook
I don't have this particular saw... but I have used others where the screws are there to simply adjust the height of the plate so you can keep the plate even with the table surface.
Answered by: JT
Date published: 2018-07-08

Can this saw accept a true dado blade and not a dado that is designed to be offset wobble to make...

Can this saw accept a true dado blade and not a dado that is designed to be offset wobble to make the cut.
Asked by: Bruce
This saw accepts a stacked dado set and in my opinion check out FREUD stacked dado set, works great on this saw...
Answered by: BillSenior
Date published: 2018-11-13

does this saw come with a blade?

Asked by: mmccutc01
This saw came with a 10" blade which I still use after 4 years. It works just fine and gives clean cross cuts as well as rip cuts. I've since added to my arsenal a stacked dado set and a thin kerf nomination blade. But the supplied blade will do you well.
Answered by: FlyingEye
Date published: 2018-11-13
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Customer Reviews

13 Amp 10 in. Professional Cast Iron Table Saw is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 1111.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My first experience with this was loading it in my SUV… This thing was really heavy like blow out... My first experience with this was loading it in my SUV… This thing was really heavy like blow out a disk in your back heavy. At that time I knew I had made the right decision. This table saw is very well made all the parts went to gather perfectly once I figured out what screws went wear. The assembly instructions could be a little clearer as to what bolts to use in what panel for assembly “needs marks / numbering on the bolts ’’. Other than that this saw uses nice thick gaged steal once assembled everything was relatively strait and moved smoothly. The saw is very quiet actually quieter than 2 people conversing. The saw body has no shakes \ vibrations or buzzing noises. The saw does not bog down when cutting. The fit and finish is pretty good it could be better but for $700 is equal to a $1000 + equivalent. I did a lot of research and the say has a common complaint and it was that the fence was loos but there is a nut on the end of the fens that you tighten and it gets rid of all the play in the bar. So in summery I give this saw a 5 Star review and recommend it to anyone looking to get in to woodworking.
Date published: 2019-04-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I recently purchased one of these table saws after doing extensive research. I unfortunately had ... I recently purchased one of these table saws after doing extensive research. I unfortunately had to travel 250 miles round trip to purchase from the nearest Home Depot. But after saving up and making the trip to purchase I had finally got one. My excitement was short lived as upon opening the box i quickly realized that some of the parts had rust on them. It didn't seem like any parts vital to the operation or safety of the table had rust, either way I contacted Ridgid but as of now (10 days ago) have yet to receive a response. It may seem like a silly thing to worry about, but I feel like with as much trouble as I have went through to get this, and as much as it costs, getting a rust free item isn't asking for too much. I would also like to point out that I understand the table wasn't made this way, and it is likely an error on the part of Home Depot that it even ended up this way. I was instructed upon purchasing this to contact Ridgid directly with any and all concerns, after receiving no reply I thought it best to at least share with others my less than great experience.
Date published: 2019-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great saw for price This saw has great improvements from older Ridgid model; enclosed motor, riving knife, etc. Does a really good job (not perfect but really good) of eliminating sawdust with 4" vac line attached. Easy assembly and pretty accurate right out of box. Have a friend on call to stand it up though. 30" rip width allows easy lengthwise cuts on 4x8 sheet goods. Have not tried to cut 8/4 maple yet but no problems ripping 2x6 lumber with included combo blade. Standard aftermarket blades fit with no issues. Only thing I didn't like is table insert. Included insert works great, levels easily and is secure but is 1/8" steel. Thin edge supports at opening make it challenging to make zero clearance or dado inserts. For folks looking for a good middle of the pack tool, this saw will be perfect. Better than most other inexpensive brands, but it's also not a top of the line professional tool. Well worth the price, and if you can get it on sale, you can't go wrong. I'm very happy with it and look forward to years of use.
Date published: 2013-12-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Straight forward to assemble. Super quiet, vibration free operation. Day 2 of very light operatio... Straight forward to assemble. Super quiet, vibration free operation. Day 2 of very light operation however, I found several washers and circlips under the saw stand, which I dusted off and fortunately saved. (I had ordered the 4 x 2 1/2 reducer for the dust collector but it had not yet arrived). As there were no weird noises or vibration, I continued to use the saw until I tried raising the blade. Nothing, nada...neither up nor down. Not hard to figure out where the circlips came from. Harder was turning the saw upside down again, removing the legs and dust funnel, to reinstall the washers and circlips. These I closed slightly in the vice to where they were hard to get back on the spindle, as they were loose when I first tried. So, I still think it's a great saw for the money but a little disappointed in the QA, hence the 4 stars.
Date published: 2019-03-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from gutless motor on a good saw I have been using this saw for about a month and it is a nice saw except the motor they put on is pretty gutless Works fine as long as you move the wood slowly. Was able to cut three inch hardwood but very slowly. like three inches a minute. even 3/4 inch plywood you are slowed down. Should have spent the extra money and bought a proper cabinet saw. The rest of the saw is just fine. Doesn't come with a dado insert which should be included. and extra $60 dollars from their service center as they don't carry it which is really dumb as well. If I thought it was just my saw with the wimpy motor I would exchange it as I like the saw. Other issue is if you order it online unless you live in Ontario be prepared to wait up to three weeks to get it. Extremely slow shipping. Ended up returning the online order before I recieved it and driving an hour to a store to get one in store. I think from the reviews so saws just get wimpy motors and mine is one. Maybe they are all the same. who knows.
Date published: 2019-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Take your time on initial setup I just finished setting up my Ridgid Table Saw, and this is an amazing machine. You will need to take your time on the initial setup though. Out of the box it was out of adjustment in every way possible to be out of adjustment. I spent an entire day doing the initial adjustment. I even had to file down the rip fence indicator insert a bit to give it room to move over far enough to get it in adjustment. Same for the bevel indicator. You can find the best tutorial on table saw setup and tuneup on youtube. Search for "wood whisperer table saw tune up." Once the saw was finely adjusted, it cuts like a dream. It is dead-on accurite now. It's also VERY quiet, and runs with almost no vibration at all. It's the best piece of woodworking equipment I've ever owned. The built in dust collection chute is great!. No more piles of sawdust on the floor. Don't let the complex setup put you off. No tool is ever really ready to use right out of the box. To get the best result from any power tool, they ALL need tuned up.
Date published: 2012-12-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great saw, better then expected In the past years I have used mostly portable contractor saws. I was shocked initially by how quiet the saw was and how smooth it cuts. Starting from the beginning I can see were some people may have difficulties assembling this saw. It takes patients to get everything leveled and lined up properly. People have mentioned drilling out holes to get things lined up. I thought for a moment that this might be needed but after fine tuning things it was not necessary you just need patients to get things lined up perfect. Saw cuts straight and even. I have ripped ¾ with it and it rips it effortlessly. Saw has plenty of cutting power even though I was worried about it having a 13 amp motor instead of a 15 like most of its competition. Overall I am very happy with the saw. After comparing it to the porter cable and craftsman the Ridgid has smoother controls and metal gears I have more confidence in the Ridgid and just in case it has a life time warranty that no one else offers.
Date published: 2011-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the Money! After checking on a few brands of table saws, I actually purchased a PC270 from another box store. Brought it home and used it a half a dozen times before a knock developed up near the arbor. I was dissapointed. After returning it, I purchased this machine. After getting the chance to use both, the Ridgid is hands down the better of the two saws. The fence system on the Ridgid is by far more superior. When moving it, the tail end moves consistantly with the lead end. The wheel system is very handy when moving is needed. The extension wings are a thicker guages steel, but honestly, all they are there for is support for larger peices. A peice of plywood or something can be added to the extreme right hand side of the table between the rail and fence extension. As long as you put everything together per the direction, the saw will be right on. The only thing to even complain about is the blade it comes with. It isn't very good. I purchased a Diablo when I bought the saw. it is worth the money.
Date published: 2012-04-21
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