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Home Depot has the Ridgid 15 Amp 10 in. Heavy-Duty Portable Table Saw with Stand on sale for $299.

Noted that this is the R4513 Model.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ridgi.../100090444

This is a great price on a well rated and reviewed table saw and stand combo. Get 'em while they're hot.

From the product page description:

This RIDGID 15 Amp 10 in. heavy-duty Portable Table Saw with Stand is equipped with a 5000 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.

Durable for heavy-duty projects
10 in. blade
Ability to rip through 4 in. x 4 in. material in a single pass for fast, accurate cuts
Front and back clamping fence which features integrated T-slots that give ability to hold select accessories
Maximum cut D of 2-1/4 in. at 45° and 3-1/2 in. at 90° for a variety of useful cuts
Lifetime service agreement with registration within 90 days of purchase (begins after the warranty period expires)
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Just my 2¢

I bought the Ridgid R4517 two weeks ago for $199 without a stand. I was obsessing looking for a stand, when I won an auction for $130 for the Ridgid R45171 with the X stand.

Now, I'll say this, the X stand is not super great, but it's not bad either, and you at least have a stand to use... BUT, the best thing is the soft start, I love it!

OK, so I'm an electrician and a typical 20 amp breaker will pop anywhere from 16 amps and up, by design it is lower than 20. Older breakers do get weaker as they get older and might blow at 14 or 15 amps or worse. Plus, breakers are time delayed for start-up current, which permits motors and ballasts, etc. to get up to speed before tripping, but the same effect can happen with older breakers.

Also if you have anything on a circuit with a saw drawing 15 amps, it may be a battle you'll never win. That was me with the R4517. I'd trip it on start up, and on heavy load.. ugggh!

Now with the soft start, that start-up current is maybe 5 amps. It decreases motor load and speed for a few seconds. It also lowers the torque on the motor shaft, saving the life of the motor over time. It's a great feature...

Anyway, I cleaned up the R4517 and it's going back tomorrow. The R45171 is the same saw with soft start.

I've been told there is a soft start kit you can purchase & install on the non-soft-start saws for around $85.

I just wanted to let some folks know what I have found..

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I'd honestly recommend both a nice table saw AND a miter saw. A router also comes in handy for putting decorative edges on some pieces. I too recently got into woodworking and am also finding that having a planer would be great! Soon, just waiting on another dewalt dw735x deal on here Wink
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Home Depot matches Menards rebates: https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/#/home
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Awesome deal. I just picked this up when it dropped to $370. Heading in for a price match.
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Awesome deal. I just picked this up when it dropped to $370. Heading in for a price match.
Agreed. Surprised this hasn't gotten more love. Pretty sure I picked the one I used to have up off of a previous FP deal at this price.
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Awesome deal. I just picked this up when it dropped to $370. Heading in for a price match.
If you're in an area that does the 11% rebates, you might want to have them just return the one on the receipt and let you rebuy it at the lower price so you have a receipt with the correct dates for the rebate. (They should be able to do that all at customer service without actually bringing the saw back in or physically buying a new one).

Though I'm not sure how that all would impact the Lifetime Service Agreement registration.
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Wanting to get into wood working. I'm not a handy man, so I'm not starting off advance. Dining table, bed, entertainment center...etc might be my initial proj. All I have so far are drills, a sander, and kreg jigg...if I add this, will I pretty much be set? Or should I focus on another tool? Was going to get a miter saw, but maybe a table saw makes more sense? I have a tiny one car garage, so I don't want to go overboard with tools.
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Wanting to get into wood working. I'm not a handy man, so I'm not starting off advance. Dining table, bed, entertainment center...etc might be my initial proj. All I have so far are drills, a sander, and kreg jigg...if I add this, will I pretty much be set? Or should I focus on another tool? Was going to get a miter saw, but maybe a table saw makes more sense? I have a tiny one car garage, so I don't want to go overboard with tools.
I'd honestly recommend both a nice table saw AND a miter saw. A router also comes in handy for putting decorative edges on some pieces. I too recently got into woodworking and am also finding that having a planer would be great! Soon, just waiting on another dewalt dw735x deal on here Wink
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Just in case anyone is wondering, this one doesn't have the soft start.
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Wanting to get into wood working. I'm not a handy man, so I'm not starting off advance. Dining table, bed, entertainment center...etc might be my initial proj. All I have so far are drills, a sander, and kreg jigg...if I add this, will I pretty much be set? Or should I focus on another tool? Was going to get a miter saw, but maybe a table saw makes more sense? I have a tiny one car garage, so I don't want to go overboard with tools.

I would probably get a mitre saw before a table saw. I feel like most DIY projects that you've mentioned could benefit more from that. Im just a hobbyist DIYer too, i can get the store to cut any of the plywood i need. My miter saw and router table is my most used tools.
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Wanting to get into wood working. I'm not a handy man, so I'm not starting off advance. Dining table, bed, entertainment center...etc might be my initial proj. All I have so far are drills, a sander, and kreg jigg...if I add this, will I pretty much be set? Or should I focus on another tool? Was going to get a miter saw, but maybe a table saw makes more sense? I have a tiny one car garage, so I don't want to go overboard with tools.
A table saw will be more beneficial than a miter saw, but for those kind of projects you'll probably want a heavier duty table saw like the R4512. Alternatively you might be able to find a good hybrid or cabinet saw on craigslist. If your garage doesn't have the space for a good table saw, you can also look into getting a track saw or a circular saw combined with some fences like the Kreg accu-cut and rip-cut. If using a track/circular saw you can buy a 4x8 sheet of 1" insulation to use under your cuts. Hopefully this helps, I'm in the same situation as you but I'm waiting on a deal for the Delta 36-725 or a quality used saw like a powermatic 66 on craigslist or facebook. Good luck.
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Good saw, good price. Got it 3 years ago on Black Friday for the same price.
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Hmmmm.

4517 with no stand for $199.

or

4517 with X-stand for ~$270 ($299 less 11% Menards rebate)

or

4513 with rolling stand for ~$270 ($299 less 11% Menards rebate)

or

Get a Dewalt

or

Don't get a (compact) table saw?



Decisions decisions...
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Hmmmm.

4517 with no stand for $199.

or

4517 with X-stand for ~$270 ($299 less 11% Menards rebate)

or

4513 with rolling stand for ~$270 ($299 less 11% Menards rebate)

or

Get a Dewalt

or

Don't get a (compact) table saw?



Decisions decisions...
I decided on all Dewalt lol. Dws780 miter saw(with ridgid miter saw stand due to quick release), dwe7491rs table saw and just waiting on a slick deal for the dw745x planer
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Hmmmm.

4517 with no stand for $199.

or

4517 with X-stand for ~$270 ($299 less 11% Menards rebate)

or

4513 with rolling stand for ~$270 ($299 less 11% Menards rebate)

or

Get a Dewalt

or

Don't get a (compact) table saw?



Decisions decisions...
How do you get a Menards rebate on this?
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Just for reference, this was for $199 as part of the HD BF 2017 deal. I'm just holding off for HD to publish their 2018 BF deal list. Hope this makes it!
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