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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 2.9 out of 5 by 34.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Alignment issue is not an option I can live with I made the decision to purchase a Ridgid R4513 after much time spent researching different brands, watching youtube reviews for hours. I really liked everything about this saw and very disappointed to have to return it to Home Depot due to alignment issues. From the top of the table to the top of the blade it was a 16th of an inch off. The blade was on a slight angle I could not adjust any further and the fence was out of square as well. I spent hours making adjustments and it was still consistently a 16th of an inch off. There was nothing else I could possibly do. There has to but a factory defeat that does not allow for additional adjustment. The stand was an inch off and no way to adjust it any higher to make it level. I don't know if it was just the one I purchased but living with this is not an option. Very disappointed to have to break this down, repackage and stuff into my two door Jeep Wrangler and return to Home Depot.
Date published: 2018-05-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from R4513 is very cheaply made. I've purchased many Ridgid tools over the years mostly because of the LSA. The performance specs of the tools also have typically been a selling point to me. I figured the lack of durability would be made up for by the LSA. I'm starting to doubt my decisions. I purchased a R4510 a few years ago. It was okay, I had a couple of issues with it that were covered under the LSA. Each repair took 8 weeks, that's right 8 weeks. The last issue I had was that a gear used to raise and lower the blade stripped out. Sent it in and was informed that the repair part was no longer available. They replaced my R4510 with a Re-furbished R4513. This saw is junk. The table top is slightly smaller and made of thinner material, the soft start feature of the motor was removed, the push stick is inferior compared to the previous model, the micro adjust feature on the rip fence is now gone, the front rail is much lighter weight, the spindle nut is much smaller, the table extension is not level with the rest of the table, the table top is not flat, the plastic guard on the stand that acts as a support that extends to the left of the table has been removed, the miter gauge is much smaller and lighter weight than the previous one, the throat plate is non standard, the tape measure is even thinner than the previous one. Since the table is smaller the guide slots are closer together, so none of the jigs and sleds I made for my old saw work on this one, the zero clearance and dado inserts that I have for the 4510 won't work in the 4513. Ridgid called this a comparable replacement. Not comparable at all if you ask me. They say they come out with new models to introduce new features and improvements. Every single thing that is different on this model from the previous one was done to make the saw cheaper to manufacture. It's lighter weight and several features were removed, none added. To top it off, the saw I sent in for repair had a nice expensive blade on it... didn't get that back with the replacement. This is one product that is heading in the wrong direction. The LSA is great in concept but if you have a couple of problems with a tool in a year, (and since the build quality of these tools is declining a couple of problems a year is a real possibility), the tool could be out for repair for 4 months out of the year. This needs to improve along with the durability of the tools.
Date published: 2018-02-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worked fine for 3 months then started falling apart I bought this saw 3 years ago. Within the first 3 months the handle to adjust the depth on cut broke off. Cutting 4x4'S it does not have enough power. This is a OK saw if you don't use hard woods, so pine is fine but oak it's very weak. Just this week the motor went up in smoke. I will not purchase another Table Saw.
Date published: 2018-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best I've had I have only good things to say about this saw, it's one of the best I've used. I've had it for 3 years with no problems.
Date published: 2017-12-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This product has serious alignment problems I have had issues with bevel adjustment. Can't get closer than 89.90%. Blade alignment can get no closer than .009. Rip fence adjustment is also out of alignment by .010 after multiple attempts at aligning.
Date published: 2017-11-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great warranty, You will need it I've owned this saw a little more than a year. Im taking it back to the repair facility soon for a third motor. The second motor lasted about 2 months before the bearings became noisy. The first motor has a similiar life. This saw is not of a quality you can count on. I also own a Rigid planer that has proven unreliable. The warranty does cover repair but how many people have a second table saw to use for three weeks during the repair, which for me is a few times a year. Skip this saw and buy something you can rely on.
Date published: 2017-08-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Disapointing: Good saw but not durable I am a design builder who uses and owns many tools. I purchased this saw in 2010 and recently the top ripped loose from the body. The plastic body is attached to the top with four fasteners. The four plastic tabs broke when this saw was loaded in my truck with many other things. It was a good portable saw with some innovative features and it worked well. I tried to order a replacement body from Rigid but it was obsolete so I ordered a body for the current model in the hopes that I could make it fit. No luck. I tried gluing the pieced back together with glue made for luck. I melted the plastic back together and this worked for several days but eventually broke. Rigid needs to redesign this connection and replace it with something more durable such as the design that Bosch uses. I'm a professional that is willing to pay for a good tool, but poorly built "throw-away" tools are a hassle and lead to interruption of work. It seems like all brands of saws have some kind of flaw. It makes me wonder if they field test their products or use the feed back from carpenters.
Date published: 2017-08-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from O.k. for a beginner or hobbyist I've had this saw for 2 years now, so feel comfortable making an assessment. I am not a professional carpenter, but have become a fairly accomplished "weekend woodworker" over the past 3-4 years. I bought this saw as a first table saw after getting tired of using a circular saw and a guide. I was initially very happy with the saw, and still use it regularly. It has several strengths, including very easy portability for a small shop like mine, as well as a pretty good fence for an entry level saw, and decent dust collection using a shop vac. As I've used the saw, however, I begin to notice some small things that have become increasingly frustrating. For example, the miter slot on the left hand side of my saw is not uniformly sized, so when I adjust my Incra miter gauge (the gauge that comes with the saw is o.k. but I wanted more precision) at the middle of the slot it binds and sticks at the ends. The same is true when I use a crosscut sled. Additionally, I was cutting some floating panel doors for a cabinet and discovered that each slot was coming out slightly uneven. I checked the flatness of the table and found that there is a slight dip near where the throat plateinserts into the table. The saw bogs down a bit when ripping anything thicker than 3/4 inch, but that is not a real problem, I just slow down the feed rate. Probably my biggest irritation lies with the throat plate itself, and Ridgid's decision to go with an odd shape and depth for it. The plate is a very thin piece of metal, which is adjusted by using screws. That is fine when ripping or crosscutting, but when it comes time to use a dado blade, things change dramatically. The only dado plate available from Ridgid accommodates a full 3/4 inch dado stack, but is not effective when using smaller sizes. The obvious answer is to make a zero-clearance insert...but the odd shape and depth of the plate makes it very difficult to do so. Plywood is too thick, as are phenolic plates available from places like Lee Valley. I guess I don't understand why Ridgid chose to make it so difficult to accommodate a tool woodworker use regularly when using a dado stack. Overall, I'm not unhappy with the Ridgid brand (I just bought a sliding compound miter saw and am thrilled with it) but this tool needs work.
Date published: 2017-08-08
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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

Actual cut depth on the 90?

In one section of this ad, it states this saw can rip through 4" X 4" material in a single pass for fast and accurate cuts. Then in the specifications area, it states the cut depth is 3.5" on the 90°. Please give the specific/accurate cut depth that this saw is capable of. Thank you Store and Ad
Asked by: Lorri
Thank you for your interest in RIDGID. The R4513’s cutting depth at 90 degrees is 3.5 in. Regards, RIDGID
Answered by: RIDGIDtools
Date published: 2017-09-06
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