RIDGID R4518NS 15 Amp 10 in. Portable Jobsite Table Saw (No Stand)
RIDGID introduces the 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw. This saw features a 4 second blade brake that will stop the blade in under 4 seconds. It also boasts a 27 in. rip capacity for ripping through large sheet goods. With registration, this saw is backed by the Industry Leading Lifetime Service Agreement meaning FREE Parts. FREE Service. For LIFE. The 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw includes blade wrenches, a 10 in. carbide tipped blade, a push stick, a miter gauge, a rip fence, blade guard assembly, anti-kickback pawls and an operator’s manual.
- SOFTStart Technology: 15 Amp motor gradually ramps up the blade speed for quiet and smooth startup
- Steel Roll Cage Frame: For superior cabinet durability
27 in. Rip Capacity with Tape Measure Rip Scale: Provides fast, accurate setup and capability to rip large materials
- On-Board Tool and Accessory Storage: Conveniently and quickly store accessories including rip fence, blade guard, and miter gauge
Integrated 2-1/2 in. Dust Collection Port: Connects to vacuums for a cleaner work environment
- Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days of purchase
- Includes: (1) R4518T 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw, blade wrenches, 10 in. carbide tipped blade, push stick, miter gauge, rip fence, blade guard assembly, anti-kickback pawls, and operator’s manual
Bought this saw as my second choice to the Dewalt because I was on a budget. I was looking for a saw that runs over 3500 rpm, was dado compatible, and had at least a two foot rip capacity. Was a little nervous as I was using it for finishing projects on a house me and my wife are flipping and was worried I would be missing out by buying a saw less than half the price of my beloved Dewalts. I had read the negative reviews about it not being perfectly square and do find there is a bit of play on the fence but so long as you are aware that you have to push it tight and square before you cut them you will be just fine. The mitre gauge is flimsy but for the price of the saw it didn’t bother me much as I have a cross cut sled anyways. Had this thing ripping and cutting 3/4 MDF and didn’t even hesitate. I will include some photos of our first project that was completed using ONLY the table saw to put the nay sayers to rest!!
steven k. –
Good saw. I used it on a bathroom remodel to rip sub floor, cut leveling shims, build window frames and notch and rabbit around the tub inclosure. Pros: Easy to use. The extending table helps support longer cross cuts, it can rip cut up to 27” wide, the Slow start feature doesn’t trip circuit breakers, Easy to set the blade angle. The off switch is easy to use. Having a holder for the push stick is nice. Areas that could improve: A longer Miter Guage. Better access on the feet to get a wrench onto the bolt head.
I like how the saw performed. I like the rip fence!
What a great saw, and I love how fast the stop shuts the blade off.