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Ridgid 10" Pro Jobsite Table Saw w/ Stand EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ridgid 10" Pro Jobsite Table Saw w/ Stand (R4514) on sale for $299. Shipping is free. Thanks kivfer

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  • R4514 15-Amp 10" Heavy Duty Portable Table Saw
  • Portable Folding Stand
  • 10" Blade
  • Blade Guard Assembly
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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
RIDGID: Powerful. Durable. Professional.
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There's no doubt that the jobsite Sawstop is better, but it's also more than 4 times the price of this.
Everyone should have one of these easy and cheap to make jigs for each circular saw they own: https://www.rockler.com/learn/cir...tting-jigs

Variations of that will have guides on both sides or add some sort of runners to the saw that ride in tracks on the jig. If you want to go commercial, check the Kreg Accu-Cut: https://www.kregtool.com/shop/cut...A2700.html
It does - 6" dado stack up to a width of 3/4"

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This is a great deal, got mine for this price last black Friday. I also joined the Facebook group for owners of this model, just searched the model number and it came up (r4514)
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Does it accept Dado?
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Just purchased this, along with the universal miter saw stand for $99. I hope it allows me to be more mobile!
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Oh god nightmare flash backs from owning the r4513, never again! Sawstop now, this is the way.
In what way? The fence? Table not flat?
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Does it accept Dado?
It does - 6" dado stack up to a width of 3/4"
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I've been debating this all morning. It is currently $50 less than their BF ad price so probably the lowest it will go. I also have the 15% off coupon which would take it down to about $250 which is a great deal. The only reason I'm holding off was this article from a previous post.
https://www.toolboxbuzz.com/head-...d-to-head/
I'm sure for the price I'll never find one better but not sure it it's worth holding out for a better saw. It would be for hobby use only so I don't need top of the line but also want to get a decent saw.
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In what way? The fence? Table not flat?
The main issue was the arbor nut was a bear to break loose some times when changing blades and eventually locked and destroyed the gear and the saw became essentially worthless. Maybe they fixed that issue, when it was new I was happy with it but I only got 3 years out of it before it was garbage.
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Thanks OP, was able to get it for $269. I had a 10% off coupon that I received in the mail a few days ago.
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I've been debating this all morning. It is currently $50 less than their BF ad price so probably the lowest it will go. I also have the 15% off coupon which would take it down to about $250 which is a great deal. The only reason I'm holding off was this article from a previous post.
https://www.toolboxbuzz.com/head-...d-to-head/
I'm sure for the price I'll never find one better but not sure it it's worth holding out for a better saw. It would be for hobby use only so I don't need top of the line but also want to get a decent saw.
I was thinking/wondering the same thing...maybe someone will chime in soon.
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Oh god nightmare flash backs from owning the r4513, never again! Sawstop now, this is the way.
There's no doubt that the jobsite Sawstop is better, but it's also more than 4 times the price of this.
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I've been debating this all morning. It is currently $50 less than their BF ad price so probably the lowest it will go. I also have the 15% off coupon which would take it down to about $250 which is a great deal. The only reason I'm holding off was this article from a previous post.
https://www.toolboxbuzz.com/head-...d-to-head/
I'm sure for the price I'll never find one better but not sure it it's worth holding out for a better saw. It would be for hobby use only so I don't need top of the line but also want to get a decent saw.
That's the previous version of this. Have they made improvements since then? Not sure. I'm wondering if that Metabo/Hitachi will go on sale again as that seems to be a better buy. My main concern is the fence. Rack and pinion better for accuracy
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There's no doubt that the jobsite Sawstop is better, but it's also more than 4 times the price of this.


Please don't try to use a table saw on a miter saw stand. That stand will be too high to use safely and isn't made for the lateral force of table saw use.
Well I bought the 3hp PCS, so ten times the price.... I guess it depends how much you value your time, money and extremities. I love ridgid tools but this saw went in the trash bin after 3 years.

When the ridgid worked, it cut stuff, not very accurately and again changing blades, good luck. Grab a hammer and a 2x4 to break it loose. This is a design flaw. The other problem I have with it is the design of the throat plate basically means you will not be able to buy or make a zero clearance insert for it. The dewalt jobsite saws on the otherhand you can easily pattern one out of MDF. That is a huge problem if you ever want to eliminate tearout.
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