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Model #R4021SN

6.5 Amp Corded 7 in. Table Top Wet Tile Saw with Stand

  • Features anti-splash system to keep your work area dry
  • Includes: Tile Saw Stand and 7 in. Diamond Cutting Wheel
  • Free Parts and Service for Life with Registration
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Efficient water management

Efficient water management system

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RIDGID introduces the 6.5 Amp 7 in. Portable Jobsite Wet Tile Saw with stand. Upgraded features include an anti-splash system that keeps your work area completely dry. The rip cut capacity has also been upgraded to 24 in. because of the detachable table support. This saw is backed by the RIDGID lifetime service agreement. FREE Parts. FREE Service. For LIFE. The 7 in. Portable Jobsite Wet Tile Saw includes the 7 in. premium diamond cutting wheel, a stand, an arbor wrench, a wheel wrench, an overflow drain plug, a splash hood assembly, a miter guide assembly, a rip guide assembly, a rear support table, and an operators manual.
  • Anti-Splash System: Keeps your work area dry by reducing splash output
  • Detachable Table Support: Rip cut up to 24 in. with the extended table support piece
  • TrueLock Rugged T-Square Design: Single-action, self-aligning lever lock for fast, accurate and repeatable square cuts
  • Premium Sliding Fence Rail: 16 in. extruded aluminum rail adjusts and locks securely for maximum support on large tile
  • Roll Cage Design: For durability on the jobsite
  • Clear Splash Hood: Provides clear view of blade and cutline for greater confidence in alignment
  • Greater Fence Surface Area: Cut larger tile with a greater surface area than previous model (R4020)
  • Tilting Bevel Table: Adjusts for precise 22.5° and 45° bevel cuts
  • Die-Cast Aluminum Miter Guide: Heavy duty guide slides smoothly in tracks along rail for diagonal cuts from 0° to 45° left and right
  • On Board Storage: Conveniently store blade wrenches to save time and frustration
  • Premium Diamond Blade: For fast and smooth cuts with extended life
  • Integrated Carrying Handle: Allows for easy transporting to the jobsites
  • Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days
  • Includes: (1) R4021 7 in. Portable Jobsite Wet Tile Saw with Stand, (1) 7 in. premium diamond cutting wheel, (1) arbor wrench, (1) wheel wrench, (1) overflow drain plug, (1) splash hood assembly, (1) miter guide assembly, (1) rip guide assembly, (1) rear support table, and operator's manual
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Tool TypeWet Tile SawWet Tile SawWet Tile Saw
Cuts ThroughCeramic,Porcelain,StoneCeramic,Glass,Pavers,Porcelain,StoneCeramic,Pavers,Porcelain,Stone
Tile Saw FeaturesWater TrayBevel,Stand,Water PumpBevel,Laser Guide,Plunge,Stand,Water Pump
Bench & Stationary Tool TypeTable SawTile Wet SawTile Wet Saw
Blade size (in.)777
Blade Type DiamondDiamond
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade size (in.)
7
Blade Thickness (in.)
.047
Diameter (in.)
23 in
Product Depth (in.)
19.75 in
Product Height (in.)
10.5 in
Product Width (in.)
23 in
Table Length (in.)
21
Table Width (in.)
23

Details

Amperage (amps)
6.5 A
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Tile Wet Saw
Blade Type
Diamond
Condition
New
Construction Material
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Cuts Through
Ceramic,Glass,Pavers,Porcelain,Stone
Deck material
Aluminum
Dust Collection Method
None
Horsepower (hp)
1 hp
Included Accessories
Allen Key/Wrench,Blades
Maximum Speed (rpm)
3450
Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.)
12
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.)
24
Portability
Bench
Product Weight (lb.)
27 lb
PT Horsepower (Hp)
1
Returnable
180-Day
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Tile Saw Features
Bevel,Stand,Water Pump
Tool Type
Wet Tile Saw
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
120

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Service Agreement

Questions & Answers

32Questions30Answers

how do I buy the stand if I got the saw only?

Asked by dustine8289 February 13, 2021
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Answers

Dustine8289, thank you for your interest in the RIDGID 6.5 Amp Corded 7 in. Table Top Wet Tile Saw with Stand. I am sorry, unfortunately this stand is not sold separately. Thank you for asking, If you have further questions and would like to speak with a RIDGID Customer Experience Professional, please call, 1-866-539-1710 M-F from 9am-6pm EST. Hope this helps! - Vini

Will this saw cut through diamond shaped glass mosaic tile ?

Asked by Elevator37 December 29, 2020
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Elevator37, thank you for your interest in the RIDGID RIDGID 6.5 Amp Corded 7 in. Table Top Wet Tile Saw with Stand, model number R4021SN.we would not advise using this saw to cut glass tile. This saw is designed to cut man-made tile, pavers, and stone tile products only. There is no way to lower the RPMs on this saw. If your tried to gut glass tile with this particular saw you would end up chipping your glass. Thank you for asking, If you have further questions and would like to speak with a RIDGID Customer Experience Professional, please call, 1-866-539-1710 Hope this helps! - Vin

Would this be able to cut a 48"x8" tile lengthwise?

Asked by Louie December 10, 2020
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Hello Louie, thank you for your interest in the RIDGID 6.5 Amp Corded 7 in. Table Top Wet Tile Saw with Stand model number R4021SN. The length of this tile saw's table top is 15in. from front to back. If you are cutting a tile that is 8in. by 48 in. lengthwise, you shouldn't have any issues. You might want to have a stand to catch the split tile at the beck end of the saw. Thank you for asking, If you have further questions and would like to speak with a RIDGID Customer Experience Professional, please call, 1-866-539-1710 Hope this helps! - Vini

Is the stand detachable?

Asked by Curious December 3, 2020
4
Answers

Yes

Is this the same saw like the one whitout the stand

Asked by George July 28, 2020
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Answer

George, Thank you for contacting us about the RIDGID 6.5 Amp Corded 7 in. Table Top Wet Tile Saw with Stand. Both saws are the R4021. Thank you, JJ

I would like to know if this saw could be used for lapidary use. I have rocks to cut of various ...

Asked by Sherry July 26, 2020
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The diamond coated blade can easily cut through stone but like any saw you have to be careful to not touch the blade. The water table keeps the blade cool and could last for months, but it needs to be used with care not to force it when the stone is very hard. When the blade is fully exposed, you could probably cut through something 3 inches thick, but slowly. Let the diamond coating do its work and not try and force it. I have been pleased with its performance overall, but I have only used it on floor tile that is about an inch thick and ceramic back splash that is less than a quarter inch thick. I hope that's helpful. One more thing, Wear Goggles !

I have three questions?

Asked by RockHound June 21, 2020
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Hello RockHound, Thank you for contacting us concerning the RIDGID 6.5 Amp Corded 7 in. Table Top Wet Tile Saw with Stand. You can use this product without the stand. You may use this tool for the purposes listed below: Straight line cutting operations such as cross cutting, mitering, ripping, and beveling NOTE: This saw is designed to cut man-made tile, pavers, and stone tile products only. Thank you, JJ

Hello will I be able to cut a 12"×24" tile in half? So that my end result would be 2 12"×12" from one 12"×24". Thank you

Asked by Effect June 19, 2020
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Hello Effect, Thank you for contacting us about the RIDGID 6.5 Amp Corded 7 in. Table Top Wet Tile Saw with Stand The Rip Capacity (tile size) for this saw is 24 in. (with rear support table) and the Diagonal Capacity (tile size) is 12 in. Thank you, JJ

Does this saw have a laser ?

Asked by Dave June 8, 2020
3
Answers

No

Does this have a laser ?

Asked by Dave June 8, 2020
4
Answers

Dave, Thank you for contacting us about the RIDGID 6.5 Amp Corded 7 in. Table Top Wet Tile Saw with Stand. The RIDGID 6.5 Amp Corded 7 in. Table Top Wet Tile Saw with Stand does not have a laser. Thank you, JJ

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Customer Reviews

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  • 84% recommend this product
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My contractor friend and expert tile installer came over to help me install some tile. I was expecting him to bring his huge "sliding table" tile saw, but showed up with this one. I'd never seen him use it before and asked about it. He explained he was on a job cutting glass tile, needed a fresh blade and ran over to Home Depot, saw this little one and thought it might work better for him so he bought it and immediately loved it. "I use it for everything now except very large tiles." I was doing the cutting and quickly agreed. First of all, the machine is light, so you can carry it just about anywhere. Second, the ruler/fence guide is delightfully precise and the fence is perfectly aligned and parallel with the blade (you can adjust alignment). Since I have a lot of tile to hang in this house, six months ago I bought my own (rather than borrow his all the time) and the only thing I wonder about is why Home Depot never asked me to review it. THIS IS A PERFECT HOME-OWNER SAW. It's well made but fairly inexpensive. It's also easy to clean as there are no pumps or hoses. Two things I don't like about it is first, that it sprays a fine mist at the person cutting and second, the reservoir's drain hole is in a bad spot and not at a lower point in the reservoir itself. I fixed the spray problem with a little board that I stand on the table between me and the blade (see image) and second, I stole one of my wife's cookie sheets, drilled a hole in one end slide it under the saw so when I open the drain, the water drains onto the cookie sheet and then into a bucket below. In the image, you can just see the back edge of the cookie sheet under the saw. Also note, I raise the saw up on 3/4" boards so the cookie sheet will fit underneath. If the table was two inches longer in front, it would be easier to cut sheeted tiles that currently hang over the front edge of the table when you start to cut. Ditto the back edge of the table but then, a larger table would cost more, make it heavier and harder to store and transport. I use very hot water on cold days and it's easy to drain, clean and refill so I can keep the water hot! Trust me, this is a very good saw.
by cpconn
1 person found this helpful
Good tile saw. Only issue is tile difficult to feed through when passing guard support.
Good tile saw. Only issue is tile difficult to feed through when passing guard support.
by Thechad
2 people found this helpful
I bought this tile saw to put marble tile in the shower in my bathroom. The blade they provided r...
I bought this tile saw to put marble tile in the shower in my bathroom. The blade they provided ripped through the marble no problem throughout the duration of the project, around 75 square feet of wall space. You MUST set the saw up according to the directions (aligning the fence/ rip guide with the blade) or else you will have a hard time making longer cuts like some of the other reviewers. The complaints I read in some of the other reviews seemed irrelevant, like tile chips accumulating on the table and having to wipe them off, tile chipping, difficulty cleaning, etc. This is my first tile saw but I imagine those are issues you will have with any tile saw. I would give it 5 stars but I think the fence design could be better.
by DB1916
9 people found this helpful
Very happy with this tile saw. It is a quality saw and a good price. Just know that it is not a s...
Very happy with this tile saw. It is a quality saw and a good price. Just know that it is not a sliding table, nor a radial saw... both of which are quite a bit more expensive. The draw back is that you push the tile on the table to cut it, and small tile pieces can and do get underneath the tile as you go. It wasn't much of a problem, but if you're doin extremely precise work, you might want to spend the extra $$ for a sliding table or radial arm tile saw. That said, this is a wonder saw for the price.
by jb
3 people found this helpful
Very easy and safe to use
Very easy and safe to use
by Arletty
3 people found this helpful
Another excellent RIGID product! We tried cutting three different types of tiles: regular kitchen/bathroom tile, a thin brick type tile and a thick heavy floor tile. It cut through all of them like a hot knife through butter leaving flat smooth edges. It is surprisingly neat and tidy. The water is added to the basin below the blade. I thought it would fling water everywhere as it cut. Not so. It's self contained and easy to empty when done. When I think of the miles and miles of tiles we've worked with over the years and the time and money we could have saved it makes me appreciate this quality product all the more.
by nevadalady
17 people found this helpful
I discovered broken tiles around the fireplace in my rental, after the tenants left. I never cut ...
I discovered broken tiles around the fireplace in my rental, after the tenants left. I never cut tiles before, on a table saw, so I thought this would be an interesting challenge. I assembled this Ridgid table top wet tile saw following the instructions & was pleasantly surprised at how solidly this unit is constructed. Not only could I make straight cuts, but also miter cuts, with it's miter guide. Also, bevel cuts can be made by tilting up the bevel table to either a 22.5, or 45 degree angle. I secured this table saw to a work station, installed the included cutting blade, with the included wrenches. I also installed the: overflow drain, rip guide, rear support table ( for big tiles ), & splash hood. The assembly was very quick & easy. I marked a line on the tile, where I wanted to cut, using a color pencil. After finding the dimension I needed to cut, on the table rip guide scale, I adjusted & solidly secured the rip guide, using the push down paddle lever, at the end of the rip guide. The water tank for this wet tile saw is below the table top. Two markings, one for minimum & one for maximum amount of water, are clearly visible. The maximum was reached with about a half gallon of water. I snap closed the table top lid & was about ready to work. I turned on the saw, held the tile solidly against the rip guide fence & slowly pushed the tile into the saw. The saw blade is partially sitting in the water, so when the blade is turning, some water is drawn up on the blade to lubricate the blade, as it is cutting the tile. I was very pleasantly surprised, the cutting of the tile couldn't have been smoother & easier. The cut edge of the tile was smooth, to the touch. To keep from chipping the tile, at the end of the cut, I first cut into the tile about 1.5", then flipped over the tile & cut all the way through. The instruction manual has many great cutting tips. I also slipped the miter guide onto the rip guide fence & cut a piece of tile at a 45 degree angle. The miter guide can be adjusted from 0-to-45 degrees, in either direction. The table top has grooves in it & around the sides, to channel any water that may accumulate on it, back into the water tank, below. After cutting the tiles, I emptied the water out of the tank, under the saw, by simply removing the overflow plug, from the bottom of the tank. The water quickly runs out. I was careful where I emptied the water, since the water has tile particle dust in it. This is A GREAT PRODUCT!
by Norm
7 people found this helpful
A great wet saw that precisely cuts tile, offers a large sturdy table and has convenient options....
A great wet saw that precisely cuts tile, offers a large sturdy table and has convenient options. This saw is great for DIYers as it is easy to move around and clean. It is also fairly simply to use. The 15" x 21" table allows you to cut a variety of tile sizes. The saw also keep the water on the tile and deck; just a very light mist escapes. It is okay to use indoors. Convenient features on the saw include a cord holder, blade wrench holder, a back deck extension for long rip-cuts, a see-through blade guard, an easy to adjust guard (fence) and an easy on/off switch. Each leg of the saw has a screw hole for attaching it to a table. I am not sure if this will fit on a stand. See pictures and the video in this review. The saw and table sit solid with no movement and a gutter system around the table channels water back into the basin. Ridges on the table help channel the water to the gutters. The guard (or fence) to the saw is easy to adjust, it slides smoothly and locks firmly into place. There is only one lock, no need to lock it on both sides. The guard is square but can be knocked out of square if you are not careful or if you push to hard into it with the tile. If the guard is ever out of square you can adjust it. The saw comes with an angle cut tool for 0-45 degree angle cuts. It attaches easily to the guard. The blade that comes with the saw is a great standard blade. I cut slate and porcelain with it. In the video, I cut a porcelain tile and it does a pretty good job. The tile gets nicks along the cut which is typical for these saws. This can usually be alleviated by turning the tile upside down but I noticed that the metallic coating on the table will rub onto the tile and 'stain' it. (see video) I could not remove all the marks from the tile. This is the only downside to this saw, but a potentially big one, and the reason for the 4 stars.
by SteveVA
20 people found this helpful
In rating this, I have to remember that this is a low-cost basic saw. As such, it works well eno...
In rating this, I have to remember that this is a low-cost basic saw. As such, it works well enough. The motor is plenty strong for even 1/2" thick tiles if you take your time and feed slowly. It is best suited to tiles 8" and under. However I have used it successfully on tiles up to 12 x 24, taking steps to be deliberate in setup and use. I bought it for its portabliity and price. Anyone doing more than a few small jobs each year would want to consider a bigger investment and look for a more capable machine. The support for the blade guard is very nearly as thick as the saw kerf. This means that as the tile passes thru the blade the cut needs to be perfectly in line with the support. Any movement very slightly to one side or the other -- and this is easy to do -- and the tile will bind on the support. The support is adjustable, held in place with three simple set screws, but this needs to be set very carefully. The fence is useful, but it only latches at the front. The outfeed end is not fixed in place. The result is that the fence deflects away from the blade as the tile nears the rear of the saw. I have used a clamp, directly on the fence, or holding a block of wood against the fence, to keep the fence perfectly in line. This setup works well enough. The manufacturer might have included a latch at both ends, thus saving this extra step. Of course, that might increase the cost somewhat. The miter gauge is okay, but does not slide smoothly on the fence, and only holds the smallest of tiles securely as they are cut. The stand made for this saw is rather too flimsy for more than light work. I would not have bought it, but the saw with stand was less expensive than the same saw without the stand. I clamp the saw to a sturdy portable work bench and it is very solid.
by aGuyWithTools
works just like advertized, love the stand for an extra...
works just like advertized, love the stand for an extra $20. great value for the price.
by GORDON
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