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Model #R4518

Store SKU #1004372759

Store SO SKU #1004306860

15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw with Folding Stand

  • 15 Amp motor and 27 in. rip capacity make this ideal for jobsites
  • Includes: Folding Stand Assembly, 10 in. Blade, and Accessories
  • Free Parts and Service for Life with Registration
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Product Overview

RIDGID introduces the 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw with Folding Stand. This saw features a 4 second blade brake that will stop the blade in under 4 seconds. It also boasts a 27 in. rip capacity for ripping through large sheet goods. With registration, this saw is backed by the Industry Leading Lifetime Service Agreement meaning FREE Parts. FREE Service. For LIFE. The 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw with Folding Stand includes a folding stand assembly with assembly hardware, blade wrenches, a 10 in. carbide tipped blade, a push stick, a miter guage, a rip fence, blade guard assembly, anti-kickback pawls, and an operator's manual.
  • California residents
  • SOFTStart Technology: 15 amp motor gradually ramps up the blade speed for quiet and smooth startup
  • Steel Roll Cage Frame: For superior cabinet durability
  • 27 in. Rip Capacity with tape measure rip scale: Provides fast, accurate setup and capability to rip large materials
  • On-Board Tool and Accessory Storage: Conveniently and quickly store accessories including rip fence, blade guard, and miter gauge
  • Integrated 2-1/2 in. Dust Collection Port: Connects to vacuums for for a cleaner work environment
  • Jobsite Ready Stand: Provides easy set-up and stability while on the jobsite
  • Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days of purchase
  • Includes: (1) R4518T 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 operator's manual
  • RIDGID: Powerful. Durable. Professional.

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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.


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
Allen Key/Wrench,Anti-Kickback Prawl,Blade Guard System,Blades,Miter Fence,Rip Fence,Stand
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.
2.5 in
Power Tool Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
75 lb
PT Horsepower (Hp)
Rip Capacity - Left
8 in
Rip Capacity - Right
26 in
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3-Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers


Can this saw use a DADO blade?

Asked by Mike January 23, 2020

the answer by 'chris' is not accurate. rigid uses a 3rd party parts supply, and searching for a dado throat plate for table saw model r4518 consistently shows zip results. it is very painful to search and find a dado throat plate for this table saw.

Does the fence lock itself in place square?

Asked by Jim February 16, 2020

I bought this saw in June of 2020 and it does not lock up square nor has it since day one. If it do not intervene, the saw will easily be 1/8th to 1/6th off from the front and back of the blade (even more-so at the front and back of the fence.) The fence length indicator is also always off.

I am thinking of buying this saw but cant seem to find how many teeth are on the blade it comes with. anyone know?

Asked by kevin May 9, 2020

Don't base your purchase choice on the number of teeth on the included blade. Saws typically come with general-purpose, multi-use blades. Buy another blade if needed, based on what you will do with the saw. I bought a 90-tooth Freud finishing blade for my saw, which this one replaced.

Can this cut a 4x4 in a single cut

Asked by Allen May 29, 2020

Hi Allen, thank you for your question. This saw would not be able to cut a 4x4 in a single cut.

How is the dust collection ability?

Asked by Capytan February 29, 2020

Very very very average. Maybe if you have a very good dust collection system in your shop it would work better (I do not).

Is it made in China??

Asked by Wolf June 16, 2020

Thank you Wolf for your inquiry. The RIDGID R4518 is manufactured in China, yes. ~Best Regards, Ashley

Will this saw make accurate 45 degree rip cuts on 1" x 8" oak boards? I want to box in a post in...

Asked by DaleS May 14, 2020

Yes, if you tune your saw, it will do that jobs just fine.

What material is the top of the table saw? It looks plastic in the pictures

Asked by Drock May 15, 2020

The table on the saw is aluminum.

Does this have a dust port for dust collection?

Asked by Eddie September 9, 2020

Hi Eddie, The RIDGID 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw with Folding Stand R4518 features a dust chute that can be attached to a standard shop vac. Thanks for your interest in the Ridgid brand! - Eve

How well does the extension wing stay level with the rest of the table, when ripping 24-27in. to the right of the blade?

Asked by Agboohans May 12, 2020

Agboohans Thank you for contacting us about the RIDGID 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw with Folding Stand. This tool is designed for the extension wing to stay stable and level once locked into position. Thank you, JJ

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Customer Reviews

  • 363 Customer Reviews
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars overall
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High level, ab
Quality for the price
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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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Russell Ontario
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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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Cranbrook bc
Rigid 10"
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Tablesaw has been awesome. Reasonably priced the folks at the local home depot are always friendly and eager to help
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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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I just bought this today, spent over an hour carefully assembling and reading every detail of the manual - and then made my first cut - oh so beautiful it was! I’m modifying a cabinet for a wall oven and the cuts are perfect and precise. Ripping boards is a total dream! After I packed it up For the day, I realized there was no dust on the ground or on me. This is my first table saw. I used my dads craftsman growing up - that was 20 years ago - this one is much better. I’m not a carpenter or handy man - just a regular guy that can now beautifully cut wood.
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do not buy. waste of money and worst customer sercie
I recently bought this soaw about six months ago and been using it once or twice a week, the handle for raising the blade is so weak and it broke. I took the saw to the service center and was informed that it will take 2 to 4 weeks to get the part in, I called Rdgid customer service several times and after two days Finally someone got back to me basically to inform me that there’s nothing they can do the turnaround time and they will not replace the saw unless it’s beyond repair and they basically don’t care if my projects are delayed. The customer service representative attitude was beyond rude and the outcome is unacceptable. Spend an extra 50 or $100 and get a saw brand that actually will last you more than 6 month and will have a ligetimate customer care center. I am beyond disappointed as I have several power tools from this company but this will be the last transaction with them.
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awesome saw for new DIYer
This is my first table saw but after all the research i did it feels like my 20th. I love dewalt products but after watching a video by woodworking guru Steve Ramsey on youtube he suggested to choose a table saw that could accept Dado blades. Dewalts lower models do not. Also he specifically suggested this saw. Well i feel he was right. What a great small but powerful quality saw. All for only $279. The blade was 90degrees right of out of the box. Plus i like all the convenient features and storage. Assembly instructions were fine except for the leg assembly. The legs came out of the box already connected. BUT you need to reverse that configuration. Took me an extra hour to figure that out as the manual did not mention that. Other than that the saw feels tight and secure. The included blade works well as I cut 2*4s like butter.
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It's my first table saw. The blade was squared up right out of the box!! For a first timer like m...
It's my first table saw. The blade was squared up right out of the box!! For a first timer like me it was supremely easy to setup and to learn how it operates. The blade guard is very easy to install and to remove. The fence is nice and rigid and the measuring ruler on the table gives me pretty exact measurements when using the fence. I started cutting right away and I was very impressed. The blade on the unit is pretty good. I really like this unit and in my first project I did not even have to use my miter saw or my circular saw -- I did everything on this table saw. And the price? It was just right for me. And it is very portable. I made all the cuts for this (first project) small sitting bench with the saw. I was done in 1.5 hours flat!
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I bought this after my old 20yr craftsman had motor bearings go out. Have had about 3 weeks so fa...
I bought this after my old 20yr craftsman had motor bearings go out. Have had about 3 weeks so far I like it. I didn't use the stand that came with it because I mounted mine on a rolling worktable. I like the blade braking system that stops the blade within 4 seconds, like the large off switch that you can reach under and hit quickly without searching for a small button, I like the relatively long and sturdy power cord, and I like that the accessories can all be stored on the actual saw itself. The rip fence locks in place firmly with no play which some competitor models lacked. The riving knife wasn't aligned to the blade and I couldn't get it aligned using the supplied instructions in the manual so I ended up taking it off and bending it until it aligned, however my old saw didn't even have one on it. It appears sturdy and well built and I liked the lifetime warranty once it is registered with Ridgid.
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Right mix of quality and price for my needs
I had been leery to jump into a new Ridgid table saw for a long time after reading many reviews where motors were prematurely burning out. The lack of a soft-start seemed key to this and a somewhat recent design change. Other common complaints were the location of the table extension release (inset in table top), plastic vise metal gears for blade height, and general quality issues with the table flattness. Well, it seems the folks at Ridgid were listening. The soft-start is a huge improvement over my previous saw, which would trip the breaker 1 out of every 4 or so starts. The blade brake is also nice for stopping the blade quite a bit faster than normal and letting you get setup for the next cut. Tension for the fence and table extension are easily adjustable as is height for the extension table itself, which is good since all three items required some minor tweaks. The throat plate is 1/2” of webbed plastic, but is comparable to more mainstream designs vise thin sheet metal of previous Ridgid saws, so making a zero-clearance plate seems doable. It even includes leveling screws/and mating pads in the saw for this. All of the accessories also have built in storage, another thing that was lacking in previous versions. Metal gears are back for blade height, and quite a bit of attention was paid to dust collection on this round and seems to be helping. This said, there are some areas that are still lacking in my mind. First, adjusting the blade angle is a matter of releasing the lock then pushing the motor assembly to where you want it and relocking. Fortunately, most of my cuts are at 90 or 45, so the stops aide this process, but for any non-standard cuts, this is not ideal. Second, the pointer/indicators for the fence and extension are pathetic. Both are red triangles of a sort that don’t come to a clear point. There’s also limited room in the pointer itself for adjustment, so even at max to one side I’m off by 1/32”, but there’s more room in the opening in the fence for the pointer to shift. I can live with this for now by manually checking width, I had just hoped to move on from that this round. Lastly, plan on buying a new blade as the stock one was leaving burn marks during rip cuts through 5/4 maple. Overall though, I’m happy with the purchase, especially at the price. I’m no cabinet maker, only a weekend hobbyist, so fits my needs quite well. Having installed a new Diablo blade and making the minor tweaks mentioned above, it’s been running like a top for the 2 weeks I've owned it, no matter what I throw at it. Dust collection is good with a basic shop vac attached and the saw is quite a bit quieter than my last. This may seem trivial for a big tool, but when your shop is next to or under your house, every bit counts.
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