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Ridgid 10" Jobsite Tablesaw #R4510

WOOD magazine rating
Average reader rating
5.0
out of 5
Brand:
Ridgid
Model:
R4510
Price:
$500

Description

15 AMP MOTOR – heavy-duty power with soft start
SINGLE HEIGHT/BEVEL ADJUSTING HANDWHEEL – includes both quick and micro bevel adjustment with blade height lock
TOOLLESS BLADE GUARD – quick and easy installation or replacement with a single action lever
ANTI-KICKBACK PAWLS – allow for effortless removal and installation independent of the blade guard
“T” SLOT MITER GAUGE – provides additional capacity for cross-cutting
IND-I-CUT™ ALIGNMENT DISC – writable surface to accurately align cut line with blade
MicroJust™ Fence – for best-in-class accuracy
RETRACT-A-RIP™ SYSTEM – extendable rail and table system that maintains rip dimension accuracy to the blade up to 25 in. rip capacity
SOFT START – provides smooth starting, prolongs motor life, and reduces breaker tripping
OVERSIZED ON/OFF SWITCH ASSEMBLY – for easy actuation
LARGE BEVEL SCALE – for increased accuracy
2-1/2 in. DUST PORT – provides connection to standard shop vacuum or dust collection system to help keep work area clean
ON-BOARD STORAGE – holds rip fence, miter gauge, blade guard assembly, anti-kickback pawls, push stick, extra blades, blade wrenches, and power cord within easy reach for transportation
ACCESSORY STORAGE – for tape measure, pencil, or other marking tools

Specifications
Input: 120 V AC, 15 Amps
Motor: Soft Start
No Load Speed: 4,400 r/min. (RPM)
Blade Diameter: 10 in.
Depth of Cut at 45°: 2 ¼ in.
Depth of Cut at 90°: 3 1/2"
Rip Capacity: 25 in. right of blade / 12 in. left of blade
Weight: 94 lbs

Includes
R4510 Table Saw with TSUV, carbide tipped blade, anti-kickback pawls, blade guard assembly, rip fence, miter gauge, push stick, blade wrenches, and Operator’s Manual

WOOD magazine review

Top-notch power, no assembly, and a good value

Review Summary

No matter how we tried, we simply could not bog down this workhorse tablesaw. Its universal motor with electronic monitoring kept the blade spinning at peak speed even while ripping 8/4 white oak. The rip fence did not deflect or budge during our testing, although we're not a big fan of the metal measuring tape used for the fence scale: We worry that, because it wraps around the end and below the table, it could get damaged or wear out prematurely.
Although the miter gauge is a no-frills model, it does fit into a T-slot to give you extra crosscut capacity. The blade guard assembly worked well and stores below the saw when not in use, as does the rip fence and miter gauge. We like Ridgid's stand because it comes already assembled and mounted to the saw (it's not sold separately), it sets up and folds easily, and it rolls around nicely on big wheels. Given that it's eligible for Ridgid's lifetime warranty and it's $500 selling price, this saw is a very nice bargain, whether for a job-site or a woodworking shop.

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Ease of Use

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Reader Reviews

A really good choice !

Review Summary

I own more than three table saws but this is my only portable one I use to take on job sites. I just purchased it last year and I couldn't believe that I would actually like it as much as I do. Everything is accurate on it and it has enough power to cut most anything I can through at, although I wouldn't even try to cut a whole 4 x 8 sheet on it. The blade is super thin but surprisingly cuts very true and the fence adjusts and locks down securely and accurately.
Rigid obviously put in some time on the design as it all works well and is at a better price point than the Bosch or Dewalt. Be sure to check out the other reviews on Amazon and the Home Depot site if your still in doubt. What made this a really sweat deal is that I picked it up on just after black Friday without the portable stand for only $250.00 . Mine is the same saw but has the wheels right on the saw itself with a handle that pulls in and out like a piece of luggage.

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Good Choice

Review Summary

I looked for a long time at all the major offerings in this tool type (portable, not cheesy). It is a very big little saw. I have a good outfeed support and cut 4X8 sheets fine. I can work on small stuff with a zero clearance insert. Even better with a CMT or Tenryu blade. I think it's made by Ryobi but don't let that stop you. It's very well made for the intended purpose. It wheels in and out of anywhere and snaps open in half a second.
It keeps impressing me, and my friends that have used it lose respect for their Bosch and DeWalt saws quickly.

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