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Home Depot: Ridgid R4514 10 in. Pro Jobsite Table Saw with Stand $349 FS or Free Store Pick Up

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RIDGID introduces the 10 in. Pro Jobsite Table Saw with Stand. This heavy duty saw is equipped with a 5000 RPM motor. It features an updated portable folding stand that provides a single-point release for simple 1-step setup and great jobsite portability. Users can easily complete jobs wit this saw's easy-to-use onboard storage for the miter gauge, etra blades, rip fence, and other accessories. Backed by the Industry's Only Lifetime Service Agreement, this saw includes a 10 in. blade, a blade guard assembly, a portable folding stand, and an operator's manual.
  • Durable enough for the heaviest of projects
  • Features a 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 depth 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
  • Includes: (1) R4514 15 Amp 10 in. Heavy Duty Portable Table Saw, (1) portable folding stand, (1) 10 in. blade, (1) blade guard assembly, and operator's manual

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If you can wait this typically go on sale for $299.99 over the holidays.
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FWIW I looked at this saw along with many other a few years back. The design is very similar to a lot of others, I ended up with the Kobalt version: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-1...1000875372

Currently $100 less, I'm sure its incrementally worse but I'm building a skoolie with it at the moment and the headaches have been minimal.
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FWIW I looked at this saw along with many other a few years back. The design is very similar to a lot of others, I ended up with the Kobalt version: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-1...1000875372 [lowes.com]

Currently $100 less, I'm sure its incrementally worse but I'm building a skoolie with it at the moment and the headaches have been minimal.
I can't find the saw in that link in stock anywhere around me. I believe it has been replaced with this one which is currently $329.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-1...1001072040
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If you can wait this typically go on sale for $299.99 over the holidays.
You're correct. Most recently it was that price was 11/14/19 according to a posted deal here. I couldn't wait because of an upcoming project.
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You're correct. Most recently it was that price was 11/14/19 according to a posted deal here. I couldn't wait because of an upcoming project.
It was also $299 4/17/20 of this year. There was a posting for it. This and the combos went up and down over the course of a week.
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It was also $299 4/17/20 of this year. There was a posting for it. This and the combos went up and down over the course of a week.
Thanks for the correction. Must have missed that somehow.
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I need 1 but just missed it a few weeks ago for $300. Not sure if I should wait.
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I really want the miter saw stand to be on sale again. I need one badly and been looking.
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Hello, I'm looking for some advice, I'm going to buy my first table saw to do some small projects around the house (raised garden beds, etc). You guys think model would be too much for me, Should I go with the R4518?
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Hello, I'm looking for some advice, I'm going to buy my first table saw to do some small projects around the house (raised garden beds, etc). You guys think model would be too much for me, Should I go with the R4518?
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Looking at specs, I don't feel R4514 would be too much for a beginner in comparison to the R4518. With the R4514 you gain a little greater capacity in left and right ripping and a slightly more versatile, but bulkier, stand. Online they're both the same price. But I saw the R4518 on an end cap at my local Home Depot for $279. YMMV. I haven't confirmed this because there weren't any on display, but I assume the R4514 to have a slightly larger working surface. Which can make it easier to get successful results from your work.
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Looking at specs, I don't feel R4514 would be too much for a beginner in comparison to the R4518. With the R4514 you gain a little greater capacity in left and right ripping and a slightly more versatile, but bulkier, stand. Online they're both the same price. But I saw the R4518 on an end cap at my local Home Depot for $279. YMMV. I haven't confirmed this because there weren't any on display, but I assume the R4514 to have a slightly larger working surface. Which can make it easier to get successful results from your work.
Thanks for the reply
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Decent enough saw for the price. Mine came reasonably square, but I didn't go through a full tune-up process. If you're just making some basic projects and doing some DIY stuff, you'll be quite happy with it. The rip fence is fine but not great. Adjustments are easy enough but could be easier.

I do think the blade guard, riving knife, and anti-kickback pawls are a bit difficult to put on and take off, which means you just won't most of the time. Please use the riving knife at least, though -- kickback is no joke and can suck your hand into the blade. You'll also want to make or buy (Microjig GRR-ripper) a good push block. If you're planning to do anything but square cuts, a digital angle gauge is also worth the purchase. I wouldn't trust the bevel gauge on pretty much any saw, though.
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Looking at specs, I don't feel R4514 would be too much for a beginner in comparison to the R4518. With the R4514 you gain a little greater capacity in left and right ripping and a slightly more versatile, but bulkier, stand. Online they're both the same price. But I saw the R4518 on an end cap at my local Home Depot for $279. YMMV. I haven't confirmed this because there weren't any on display, but I assume the R4514 to have a slightly larger working surface. Which can make it easier to get successful results from your work.
Is this it? Shows $280 for me
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../309413142
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Is this it? Shows $280 for me
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../309413142 [homedepot.com]
That's it. But when I click on your link it still shows $350 for me. Even though the store display shows a sale price of $280.
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