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7 in. Job Site Tile Saw with Laser


7 in. Job Site Tile Saw with Laser


RIDGID introduces its new 7 in. Job Site Wet Tile Saw with included stand. This is the most affordable pro saw on the market. This saw's powerful 9 Amp, 1-3/4 HP motor, best-in-class cutting capacities, die cast aluminum table and heavy duty arm all come standard on this saw. Every feature on this saw is innovative and the definition of quality for a pro tile saw. The Deep Well Wave Wall will extend the life of your pump and the removable water nozzles maximize water efficiency to the blade while cutting. This equals better cutting for a longer time than competitor saws.

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  • Powerful Motor - heavy duty motor powers through natural or manmade tile and pavers
  • Oversized Cut Capacity - 24 inch rip, 18 inch diagonal and 2-1/4 inch depth
  • Exactline® Adjustable Laser Alignment System - assists operator in accurately aligning cutting wheel with cut line
  • Full Coverage Splash Guard - splash guard captures water from the cutting wheel to minimize overspray
  • Miter Guide - makes precision straight and miter cuts from 0° to 45° left and right
  • Heavy Duty Arm - prevents flexing while keeping the blade aligned
  • Guard Baffle - reduces air turbulence to help keep water on the blade while removing excess water to limit misting and overspray
  • Optimized Water Nozzle System - 2 removable rubber nozzles maximize water efficiency to blade and provide easy maintenance
  • Plunging Head - allows controlled cuts for electrical outlets and HVAC registers
  • Beveling Head - accurately position the head to make 0° and 45° bevel cuts
  • Deep Well Wave Wall - creates barrier around pump well that extends pump life by blocking sediment from entering pump when in use
  • Submersible Pump - high volume pump provides water to the cutting wheel
  • Die-cast Aluminum Table - provides solid material support and measurement marks for added accuracy
  • Micro-cut Fence Support - helps prevent tile from cracking by supporting material at end of cut
  • Sealed Ball Bearing Rollers - smoothly guides table along precision extruded rails


Input 120 V AC, 9 Amps
No Load Speed 6,500 r/min. (RPM)
Cutting Wheel Diameter 7 in.
Rip Capacity 24 in.
Diagonal Capacity 18 in.
Max Depth of Cut 2-1/4 in.
Weight 32 lbs.
Includes R4030 tile saw, stand, hex wrenches, 7" diamond cutting wheel, cutting wheel wrench, rear splash guard, miter guide, submersible pump, water tray, (2) AAA batteries and Operator's Manual.
7 in. Job Site Tile Saw with Laser is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 32.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice saw I bought this saw out of frustration. I had rented a 10"wet saw from HD tool rental that complete trash. I took back rental and bought this saw. This saw by far cut nicer than the rental saw. I really like it. After making adjustments to square cutting head and laser i had no issues cutting 20" long rips down within 1/32nd and a 16th if I'm not mindful of where I'm applying pressure on the table. When tables full back and forward there is a definite bump when the 3rd set of wheels contacts track or leaves track. Once again you are able to make an accurate cut if you are mindful.Found saw to be fairly accurate for a light jobsite saw in this price point. Definitely recommend a higher quality blade than the one it came with which does cut okay. I really like the laser! Like other reviews table has some play in it but nothing that prevents a square cut if your mindful of what your doing and set the machine up properly. I found slight downward and leftward pressure eliminates the bump and play.Use your square! Yes it does spray water but so has every other wet saw that I have used. All and all it surpassed my expectations. If you want a zero play table and machinists level accuracy prepare to spend a lot more money. I have worked construction for the majority of my life but I am not a tile guy but did find this saw well worth the purchase. If your planning on renting a saw more than once you cannot possibly go wrong. Plus I always feel rushed when I am paying for a rental. This purchase also eliminates that anxiety and I can cruise at my own pace with no worries.
Date published: 2020-01-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Belongs on a shelf at Harbor Freight This saw is complete trash. The table has so much side to side play in it that it is absolutely impossible to cut anything square. The laser is pointless and not adjustable. The blade has a lot of slop in it so you will never get a clean cut. It’s easy to identify your cut edge due to the excessive chipping of the tile. I’ve cut marble, ceramic and porcelain with it and every one of them has chipped edges. Water is poured on the tile instead of being sprayed on the blade. It took a lot of tuning to get the water to pour equally on both sides. This will be my last Ridgid tool I will ever own. I wish the motor would burn up so I wouldn’t feel so bad about throwing it away. Well played Ridgid you got my $320
Date published: 2019-07-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Tub drain question noted the drain is off the pump well requiring the user to both lift and tilt the unit to completely drain the tub. It also puts it directly above the stand leg preventing placement of a catch bucket. would have been much better to center it at either end requiring user to lift one end only. Would also allow ease of catch bucket placement. Otherwise, excellent design and outstanding value for the money.
Date published: 2019-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great tile saw. I have been using this saw to rip 48 inch long tile and get a square cut every time. I have also been cutting and ripping 12x24 inch wall tile and have no complaints. My table is smooth and square. I did buy an after market blade for 80 bucks, but it cuts well with very little chipping on the edge.
Date published: 2018-10-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good saw but head wobbly with plunge cut Just got this saw yesterday. I like it so far. The saw cuts fixed cuts with ease and the water system works very well. Only problem is the plunge cut feature. Once you loosen the knob to raise the head it becomes wobbly. Rigid said it should not do that.
Date published: 2018-02-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worthless for large tile. Way too much play in slide. Worthless for large tile. For start of large tile, one of the rollers starts off of the runner. Even with all rollers on runner, table has way too much play in it to make accurate cuts. Ridiculous.
Date published: 2017-12-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Portability I purchased this saw on a whim at Home Depot as it was on sale for under $200. I was looking for a saw that can do plunge cuts and had better portability than my large bridge saw. Once assembled I read all the reviews to see what others thought of this saw before I tested it out. This would give me a heads up of what to expect. Once everything was checked for calibration I did my first rip cut on ceramic. lots of chipping. Next I tried a porcelain tile. Same issue. Then I looked at the blade and noticed how wide the kerf was compared to my other blades for my bridge saw. I went into my supply and found I had a 7in thin kerf glass blade. I put this on and tried again. Both cuts on ceramic and porcelain were so smooth and not a chip to be found. As a carpenter with many mitre saws and table saws , I have never used the manufacture brand blades that come with any of my saws. As far as the water spray concern, this saw sprays less than my bridge saw and table top wet saw.
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good product I recently bought this tile saw form the home depot. The saw works great. I am a general contractor and do a lot of tile work indoors. I have a problem using this saw indoors. You cant cut tile without getting everything all wet, like the floors. When you are cutting tile the water sprays out the back side of the saw. The rubber flap that is suppose to keep the water in seems like its not low enough. Does someone have any idea how to stop this problem or is any other contractors having the same issues.
Date published: 2017-02-13
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won't cut thru regular tile

I am using R4030 and trying to cut 12 X 24 tiles for floor. Saw cuts almost half way thru tile . Even when I turn tile over, it still did not cut thru totally. Finally I had to put two tiles together to get the top one high enough to cut thru. I just bought this saw and really like it when it did work with two tiles. Just doesn't seem like something is right about the setup. Any ideas. I would think I should be able to cut any depth but I couldn't find any instructions or videos on line that told me what might be wrong or how to lower blade or raise table. Can you help please?
Asked by: lambert130
there's a knob on the top that you can loosen and adjust the blade depth
Answered by: DonnyGardner79
Date published: 2019-07-18

R4030 tile saw. When i put the motor head at 45 degrees, the blade hits the saw table. Why?

Just bought new R4030 tile saw, getting ready to use it for 1st time., When I put the motor head in the 45 degree setting, the blade hits the saw table. What an I doing wrong? The blade depth is fine at zero degrees.
Asked by: SurfDog955
also adjust the depth by loosening the knob on top
Answered by: DonnyGardner79
Date published: 2019-07-18

constant water supply

Can you hook this saw up to a constant fresh water supply instead of using the pump?
Asked by: djfelec
probably but you'd have to have somewhere for the water to go as it would just overflow the tray and get water everywhere
Answered by: DonnyGardner79
Date published: 2017-09-06

Paver Stone Cutting Okay?

Will this saw also work to cut paver stones? Does it require a different cutting wheel than the one shipped with the unit? (I understand paver stones may need to be cut on both sides due to cut depth).
Asked by: biker
Thank you for choosing RIDGID. This tool is designed for straight line cutting operations such as cross cutting, mitering, ripping and beveling. Please note: This saw is designed to cut man-made tile, pavers and stone tile products only.
Answered by: RIDGID14
Date published: 2017-09-06

Seems like HD in Canada does not carry the R4030S so I purchansed a R4030. How can I get a stand???

Asked by: jimonator
We do apologize but, the R4030S stand is not sold or available for the Canadian market. If you have any other questions please contact us at 866-539-1710. Thank you RIDGID
Answered by: RIDGID
Date published: 2017-09-06
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