Model R4030S

Features

  • 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

Specifications

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.

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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
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Table wobbles. Motor has alot of vibrations. Rough cuts I purchased this saw a couple of years back to cut big tile. My other small tile saw just wouldn't cut 13 inch tile or bigger. I had never open the box or register it. I had a big tile job so I opened it made all the adjustments and I can say this is of poor design. Very unhappy with this product. The table is it big problem and the motor is noisy and cuts are rough and yes I have the blade on right. I still have proof of purchase from Home Depot west Wichita store. April 1, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Wobble table and No Lifetime Warranty The table is not stable when making cuts. There is no apparent way to fix the wobble. On-line warranty registration was rejected eventhough the warranty application was submitted the same day of purchase from the Home Depot. February 18, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by gets job done This wet tile saw is what I wanted in all ways. Easy to use and works very well time after time .I installed tile in my bathroom,kitchen ,dining room and had no problems.I enjoyed knowing my visit to the tile saw will get the job done ,time after time December 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by powerful and light weight This 7" jobsite tile saw is the best saw I've bought. Most tile saws with these specs are very heavy and bulky. I have plenty of power for any tile job I do and is extremely well built and light weight. The water pump on this saw is excellent and adjustable. And the light weight adjustable stand makes for quick set up. Completely satisfied. The only thing missing is a place on the saw to keep your blade wrenches stored when not using. And for the price, you can't touch a similiar saw for under $600.00 November 26, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Decent saw for the price When at store looking at wet saws, I was debating between this one and the next one up, but decided on this one because of price, when using the saw i noticed a lot of play in the table, and then the laser isn't square, it has a slight angle to it. Other wise I thought it was a pretty decent saw, November 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ridgid tools, can't go wrong! Bought the rigid tile saw and stacked up against other tile saws it's a fairly durable table. Sliding fence runs true to blade for square cuts. The 45 degree angle and tilt on saw make the saw an all around manageable tool for a successful job well done. Since the tile saw I have purchased the table saw cordless kit and cordless grinderand router. I am ridgidly a beliver! Price is right lifetime service agreement is a bonus it's easy to register and the tools are tough no other tools offer the same backing for lifetime and they don't need to. Tools are built strong enough to last a lifetime without the lsa! Don't own a rigid try it you won't be sorry! Kenny Stephenson ontario canada I buy ridgid November 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very light weight and setup is fast. I could not believe how light the saw is I was quite impressed. My tile never chips and when I used it for pavers it worked like a dream it's a 2 in 1 tool. It was nice they added the stand for free. I have over 63 ridgid tools and I intend on buying more. If you take care of ridgid it will perform for you. November 24, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Hard to cut dead-square Awesome tile saw for the money, but there's a little bit of play in the wheels that allows the cutting platform to move in relation to the blade. November 24, 2014
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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.

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I bought this exact saw last year at Home Depot... Now i see they are sold with stands, when mine wasn't.... How can I get one for my saw??
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We do not have a listing of what our distributors carry in stock. Please contact your local Home Depot location or you can contact the Power Tool Division for further questions. They can be reached at 866-539-1710.

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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.
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!

Without being able to physically check the tile saw, there isn’t a way to say for certain what the problem is related to. From the description, it sounds like the sliding table has either not been installed correctly, or is out of adjustment and allowing the tile blade to contact it when the arm is in an all the way down position and tiled to 45 degrees. We recommend that you go back over the table installation and adjustments, and if that does not resolve it, the tile saw should be checked by an authorized service provider to determine the cause and a correction.

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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?
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID.

From what you are describing, something is either damaged with the saws main arm, or it has somehow been assembled incorrectly, or you have an incorrect cutting wheel on the tile saw. We would recommend that you go back over the assembling process to insure it is properly assembled, or the tile saw should be checked by your nearest authorized service dealer to determine the cause.

If the sliding table is installed correctly and you have the stock blade in place, the distance between the fence edge on the table and the cutting wheel when the table is slid all the way back, allows for a 24” piece of tile to be placed on the sliding table, and the depth of the cutting wheel reaches below the surface of the sliding table, so the tile has to be cut all the way through when you make the cut.

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