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10 in. Cast Iron Table Saw

R4512

10 in. Cast Iron Table Saw

R4512

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.

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Features

  • Lifetime Service Agreement - This tool is backed by the industry’s only lifetime service agreement, simply register within 90 days of purchase for free parts, free service for life.
  • 13 Amp totally enclosed fan cooled induction motor - strong enough to power through dense materials
  • Cast Iron Core Table - reduces vibration and provides a flat level surface
  • 30” Max Right Rip Capacity - for ripping large material such as sheet goods
  • One Step Mobility - easily reposition saw via a single action foot pedal
  • Best-in-Class Cast Iron Table Saw
  • Magnetic Push Stick included
  • Totally enclosed cabinet contains dust and reduces noise

Specifications

Motor 13 Amp (120V)
Blade Diameter 10 in.
Arbor Size 5/8 in.
Rip Capacity 30 in. Right of the Blade & 15 in. left of the blade
Dado Capacity up to 13/16 in.
RPM 3,450 No Load Speed
Dust Port 4"
Includes R4512 Cast Iron Table Saw, Magnetic Push Stick, 10” Carbide Tipped Blade, Blade Wrenches, Hex Keys, Miter Gauge, Rip Fence, Blade Guard Assembly, Left and Right extension tables, stand assembly, wheel castor set and Operator’s Manual.

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39133 R4512  10" Cast Iron Table Saw  Buy Now
10 in. Cast Iron Table Saw is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 72.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk. Zero quality control I'll start by saying, I have been a huge fan of Ridgid products and I own a lot of them. But this saw has been nothing but junk. I'm on my 2nd saw, the first had to be returned because the cast iron top was milled incorrectly and was over 1/16 high on one side. So bad that the miter slide would not move freely down the track. I contacted customer support and there response was "sorry about your luck, take it back".. I understand that things slip through quality on a occasion, but this is a 250lb+ saw, that I have to try and return. I returned it, spent another 3 hrs assembling the new saw, used it for a couple weeks, and now from what I can tell the arbor bearing are shot. Grinding and ticking, making a heck of a racket. So again, I call Ridgid customer support and get the same response. "Theres nothing we can do for you, you just have to return it or get it serviced". I have wasted so much time and energy on this saw. I'm going to think twice about going with ridgid tools after this.
Date published: 2019-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product is the best on the market for the money. 3 years ago I gave my old 1999 Ridgid Table saw to my son who needed it for his woodwork. He's very pleased with it. I bought a R4512 and like the old one works real good. Love the dust collection system. Didn't like the stamped wings extensions. But no big deal since I do a lot of routing I replaced them with Cast Iron Router Tables. Two router tables help speed up my drawer and cabinet door making. Ridgid table saws are the best on the market for the money for old retirees like myself and for small time woodworkers. I replaced the wheel base which sucked with a Grizzly Wheel Base and it works great. Very pleased with my Ridgid Table Saw.
Date published: 2019-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good starter saw for those who don’t have a lot of room in the shop/garage. Pretty easy to move around and overall it is a good saw for the price. Plan on spending a lot of time fiddling to get things straight, especially the fence. As well, I have heard all kinds of things about needed blade adjustments, fence adjustments, miter adjustments. My issue is it doesn’t sit flat, which causes it to rock slightly and I have to shim one leg to prevent it rocking. I noticed this as soon as I flipped it over and as that isn’t something that can be adjusted, I haven’t found any way to fix it and just gotta keep a shim handy. I would prefer a sturdier fence/rail system, but, might just upgrade with an after-market at some point. I did but a BenchDog router extension on the left side and it fits just fine. I use a height adjustable workbench as my out-feed table.
Date published: 2019-04-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Dissapointed I am some what disappointed with the single wheel instead of the two that I have seen on previous models. The wheel spins and flattens and becomes useless. I thought I had put it on wrong but any way I tried it would not work. Next is the fence, it is not accurate it is difficult to use and I cannot square it to the table. Any help with these two issues would appreciated. I am a Rigid fan but this makes me feel like I made the wrong choice on a table saw.
Date published: 2019-02-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Saw is great. Rail system is poor. Overall result is fair. I was really excited about getting this table saw. I asked around and about the best bang for your buck and everyone seemed to mention Rigid. The table saw is rugged, sturdy and could be near perfect if it wasn’t for 2 major issues. The first are the extension wings. It just feels like the company cut a major corner by not including cast iron wings. The wings are destined to fail and don’t stand up to real weight or pressure. I’ve been researching alternatives for a few months. I attempted to contact Rigid first about suggested aftermarket wings but only received a an email response that requested I complete a detailed form about the product specs before they could help. Apparently providing the model number of the product in question was not enough info. It was a blow off so I’ve moved on and continue to search myself. Believe it or not the wings are actually not the worst issue. The second problem is the fence and rail system. Unfortunately, this is worst possible problem a table saw can have. The rails are awful. Why would a company ever manufacture a 2-piece front rail for a table saw. It completely compromises the overall accuracy of the entire tool. This has to be completely straight and it comes in two pieces held together by 2 tiny inserts and then bolted to those unreliable wings I mentioned before. I have never been able to get the front rail assembly to sit flush. I’ve tried every possible fix. Maybe it is just defective but I’ve gotten nowhere with Rigid to find out. Even if my front rail assembly is randomly defective, I still think the 2-piece front rail concept has to be the worst engineering decision in the history of table saws.
Date published: 2019-02-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I've been using this table saw for 2 years and am very happy. I am a novice with 10 years or so wood working. I found that the motor will bog down on some hard woods cherry to bubinga. The rip fence could be better. I can get it centered and plumb but it does need constant attn. Otherwise I would recommend this saw for anyone doing advanced garage type wood working. I am very happy with it.
Date published: 2018-12-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WOW well built heavy sucker put the best blade money can buy, squared it up and wow quiet cuts great and for the price it`s a winner in my mind
Date published: 2018-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I actually have model R4511 with granite tables and i love this saw. It makes the cheap one just that CHEAP. I have had this table saw for years. This is the best tool that i have in my shop along with my thickness planner. Rigid is a top shelf tool maker.
Date published: 2018-02-15
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is there a router table for this table saw?

Asked by: Allan
I added a Bench Dog ProMax router table extension to mine.
Answered by: Gent
Date published: 2019-04-06

Moving Rip Fence

Since this is a right tilt blade does the fence come off easily for bevel cuts?
Asked by: Paulpv
yes
Answered by: busseja
Date published: 2017-09-06

Where can I get zero clearance insert?

This saw does not use the somewhat standard 1/2" thick table insert,but uses thin metal plate. Where can I get inserts for zero clearance or dado setup?
Asked by: Hewettc
leecraft makes both. About 33 bucks each. Some people say they bought them directly from Rigid through home depot at the order desk for $25. I only found that out after I bought mine on amazon. I don;t even know if they are still available through HD but it would be worth a try in store. They are not on the web site.
Answered by: busseja
Date published: 2017-09-06

Dust collection question

In the assembly instructions, It states to only install the plastic dust collector if using a 4" system. It doesn't say what to do if you don't have a dust collection system or if you have a different size collector system. Do you just leave it out and continue with the next step? What issues will that create?
Asked by: JohnY
You'll have to clean up your mess every time you use it if you leave the plastic collector off. If you want to use a different size collection system, find an adapter at Home Depot or Lowes or another hardware store. That's what I did.
Answered by: mrunge340
Date published: 2017-09-06

I'm assembling my new saw. On the rear rip fence guide rail, none of the holes align with any holes in the rear of the table. What gives?

I'm at a loss as to why none of the holes in the rear rip fence guide won't line up with any of the holes in the rear of the table. HELP!
Asked by: Cutter
There are two pieces to the front rip fence rail and two pieces to the rear fence rail. You most likely have joined the two rear pieces in the wrong way. Take out the bar that you used to join them and move shorter piece to the opposite end of the longer piece and rejoin them. Try the holes again.
Answered by: baytonian34
Date published: 2017-09-06
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