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Heavy Duty 10 in. Portable Table Saw With Stand


Heavy Duty 10 in. Portable Table Saw With Stand


This RIDGID 15 Amp 10 in. Heavy Duty Portable Table Saw with Stand is equipped with a 4000 RPM motor. It features an updated table saw utility vehicle that provides single-point release for simple 1-step setup and great job site portability. You can easily complete jobs with this saw's user-friendly onboard storage for your miter gauge, extra blades, rip fence and other accessories.

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  • 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.
  • Retract-A-Rip™ System - Tool free extendable table allows for up to 25 in. rip capacity and material support through the cut
  • Innovative Internal Rip Fence Storage - Maintains fence alignment by protecting fence while stored
  • 15 Amp Motor - Heavy duty motor powers through the most difficult cuts
  • Micro Bevel Adjustment - provides superior accuracy for precise bevels
  • Ind-I-Cut Alignment Disk - Writeable surface to accurately align cut line with blade kerf
  • Complete On-Board Storage Solution - For miter gauge, push stick, blade guarding, extra blades, wrenches, power cord and rip fence
  • 2 1⁄2 in. Dust Port - Provides connection to standard dust collection systems to help keep work area clean
  • Oversized On/Off Switch Assembly - For easy actuation
  • Advanced Tool Free Guarding - Modular design for versatility and exceptional blade coverage
  • Accessory Storage - For tape measure, pencil or other marking tools
  • Combination Height/Bevel Adjustment - Single handwheel design for ease of use. Includes height adjustment lock to ensure an exact depth of cut


Motor 120 V AC, 15 Amps
No Load Speed 5,000 r/min. (RPM)
Blade Diameter 10 in.
Cutting Capacities Depth of Cut at 90°: 3 1/2 in. Depth of Cut at 45°: 2 1/2 in.
Dado 3/4 in. (Dado throat plate not included)
Rip Capacities 25 in. right of blade 12 in. left of blade
Includes R4513 Table Saw with TSUV stand, carbide tipped blade, anti-kickback pawls, blade guard assembly, rip fence, miter gauge, push stick, blade wrenches, (2) Hex Keys and Operator’s Manual.
Heavy Duty 10 in. Portable Table Saw With Stand is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 46.
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bevel lock has a fatal flaw This is not the Ridgid job saw of old. As a trim carpenter, I've owned three of the previous models. I was impressed at how light the new one was. Now I fear that it is cheaply made. Anyways...issues: Could not get the bevel adjustment to lock no matter how hard I crank it down. As soon as you change the blade height, it alters the bevel. If you bump it with your changes the bevel. Hooked up my 6hp shop vac to it and still left me with a pile of saw dust under the saw. Dust collection was non-exisistent. I'd prefer to have an older used saw than this one. Hopefully these issues will be addressed on the next model. I will look elsewhere if i need a new saw before this one is replaced by ridgid. You may be fine just don't expect square cuts without checking before every cut. I can't do that and still make money
Date published: 2019-11-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This Saw Sucks! Been using this saw for a year or so on small projects. Table & fence work OK but the the table is painted die cast aluminum which by itself is OK but its not flat, it humps up 1/64" or more at the throat. The saw & carriage is very poorly engineered, Its been severely cost reduced (cheap) and ergonomically absurd. Raising & lowering the blade as well as adjusting the angle is a struggle because the controls are so tight. To make matters worse the bevel adjustment uses the same control wheel as the the cut height. They operate separately but interact while making angle or height adjustments, overall a very cheaply designed mechanism. The angle adjustment will absolutely not lock no matter how tight you adjust the locking nut. Whenever the height is adjusted the blade bevel will shift. Because the saw lacks soft start, on start up the whole saw carriage jumps tremendously causing the whole carriage to wobble thus scoring the fence if its close. My home made zero clearance throat plate now has a slot about 2-1/2 times as wide as the blade due to this. This explains why Ridged or anyone else does not offer a zero clearance throat plate forcing users to fabricate their own. Dust control is non-existent, the 2-1/2" dust port even when connected to a 5hp shopvac is barely functional always leaving a big pile of sawdust underneath and sitting everywhere. This is because the dust chute has a big wide opening to base interior to allow clearance when using the bevel, which is seldom used. Overall I'd say Ridged should reassign the engineering & product management team that came up with this monstrosity to something less complicated, like pipe wrenches!
Date published: 2019-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for my needs I bought this saw for hardwood flooring that I put in my home. It worked flawlessly with no issues whatsoever. The portability was really important for me since the trek from my workshop to the flooring area involved stairs. Instead of dragging flooring up and down stairs to cut, I took the saw to the site, which made life infinitely easier.
Date published: 2019-09-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The saw is light enough to maneuver with the TSUV in and out of my shop. I like the saw generally, but I have two major criticisms: 1. The blade angle is very difficult to zero in. It almost takes two people to do it. In fact, I still haven't been able to lock it securely on zero degrees yet. 2. The slot for storing the miter gauge does not allow me to lock it in place, and if I forget to remove it or secure it to the table top, it falls out. Yep, I have had the saw for about 3 months and have already had to order a replacement miter gauge, and they ain't cheap.
Date published: 2019-06-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice saw IF it doesn't break This was my first table saw, I am just a DIY/Hobbyist. First Out of the box the crank shaft to adjust the blade height was jammed up and had to be fixed. After that I did light operations with this saw for about 1.5 years. A few weeks ago I raised the blade to its full height to do some calibration and now its stuck again! I've emailed the LSA group and have heard nothing back from them. This saws durability is a major issue. I would not recommend nor buy another Ridgid table saw.
Date published: 2019-05-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not as good as my old Rigid contractor saw with soft start motor Main issue is LACK of soft start motor, as my old saw had. Impossible to make a "zero clearance" blade opening. Nut that secures blade to motor is too soft, lacks appropriate wrench grip surface and replacements are not available at store. I must drive a 90 mile round trip to obtain a standard fine thread nut!
Date published: 2019-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pretty Decent Saw I purchased my 4315 Table Saw 2-16-15 and it has been a good saw, I've had to align the riving knife and adjust the 0/45 degree bevel stops. going on 4 years of use, not a single problem. I cut quite a bit of materials with it but never abused it, I don't cut 4x4 post or large lumber (thats what worm gear saws are for). Ripping 1x or 2x materials are easy and plywood, mdf, osb, etc. are easy. Take the Tim to set the stops for 0/45 degrees and adjust the riving knife. Clean off the saw when you're done and don't abuse it. take care of it and it will last. Understand that it is not a high end table saw, its good for most projects but very fine work requires a higher end saw. For the price point and portability of this saw it was a good buy.
Date published: 2018-11-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from They stopped making parts for it. This saw works well. The reason why I reviewed this product so low is because they are still making it and selling it but they stopped making certain parts for it. I need a new arbor shaft a pretty key component of a table saw. And unfortunately this part has been discontinued, making my saw useless. And I’ve only had it a few years. I will not be buying RIDGID’s products to replace this.
Date published: 2018-10-15
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Are you able to purchase new fence?

Asked by: Kaz800
(877) 544-9253 is the phone number for parts. I would think that is part that they would carry.
Answered by: NicksName
Date published: 2019-08-30

instruction manual

1. let me know where I can get a copy of the instruction manual. 2. What is the difference between the r4513 and the older model r4510?
Asked by: tedub
To respond to your question about the differences, my answer would be almost everything. Fortunately, the saw remains very easy to use and extremely accurate for a portable saw. My generalized answer is really based on the components of the saw. Ridgid changed almost all of them. As a user, the primary differences would be: the throat plate is now square instead of rounded, the miter gauge is much lighter and doesn't seem as substantial, the rip fence no longer has a micro adjustment (never used it anyway), but the primary thing in my opinion is the motor. Then new motor spins at a no load speed which is 600 rpm faster than the R4510. Maybe its just my imagination, but this seems to produce a smoother cut. Hope this helps.
Answered by: danb1046
Date published: 2017-09-06

is the the motor burn out protected?

Made the mistake of ripping a 2x6 w/ fine tooth blade. and it won't run now. did I burn out the motor?
Asked by: garyG
The switch has circuitry that will protect the motor. If it gets hot, it will melt inside the switch. My saw is put off warranty so I bypassed the burned out circuitry with a new switch, works great. Be sure to use the proper sharp blades and don't abuse the saw.
Answered by: DrFlash
Date published: 2017-09-06

Is there an option to buy the saw without the stand?

I don't need the stand. Is there an option to purchase it at a lower price without the stand? Thanks!
Asked by: LeRoy
No, the stand is part of the kit
Answered by: JPilkenton
Date published: 2017-09-06

What material is the Table Top made of?

I don't believe this to be cast iron, but it feels too dense to be aluminum. Inquiring minds want to know. Thanks
Asked by: gtsaucke
Thank you for your interest in RIDGID. The RIDGID R4513 table saws table top is powder coated cast aluminum. Regards, RIDGID
Answered by: RIDGIDtools
Date published: 2017-09-06
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