Ridgid R4510 Table Saw Review

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Often, when shopping for a table saw, potential buyers find themselves comparing the Ridgid R4510 and the Bosch 4100-09. They are both excellent saws, and are comparable in size and features, although the Bosch is a little more expensive. This review looks at what the Ridgid has going for it, as well as noting similarities and differences between it and the Bosch.

Here’s what you get with the Ridgid:

– 15 amp heavy duty motor with soft start
– 25-inch rip capacity
– Micro-adjust fence for accurate, fine adjustments
– Tool-free blade guard assembly
– Large bevel scale for increased accuracy
– “T” slot miter gauge
– Carbide tipped blade
– Easy opening and closing stand

The stand is easy to set up and take down and is very solid when open, both important considerations for moving around a job site. The wheels are solid while the Bosch’s are pneumatic. Users almost universally say both saws are easy to move around, but the wheels are too small to move the saws upstairs without the stand rubbing the stairs, potentially causing damage.

The fence on the Ridgid is very solid, and with a mounted tape measure, very easy to set up. It slides smoothly and locks solidly. Cuts down to 1/64 inch can be accurately setup, eliminating the need to “cut close” and then finish off with a sander.

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Ridgid R4510 Heavy-Duty Portable Table Saw

The Ridgid R4510 is rated to 3 ½” of material. The Bosch 4100-09 is rated at 3 1/8”. To most users, this isn’t a significant difference, but if you routinely cut 4 x 4 or 4 x 6 material, you can cut it in one pass on the Ridgid, which can be a considerable time-saving.

The R4510 isn’t adapted for a table extension. If you find that you routinely cut full-size sheets of plywood, this saw might not be for you. A couple of options are opted for a cabinet saw (if you have the bucks and space) or consider the Bosch 4100-09, which is adapted for table extensions.

One user said choosing between a Bosch or a Ridgid is kind of like being a Ford guy or a Chevy guy. Chevy guys tend to choose Chevy’s and Ford guys tend to choose Fords. The Ridgid R4510 table saw is an excellent saw, as is the Bosch 4100-09. They are comparable in size and features, although the Bosch is a little more expensive. If you’re deciding between these two saws, your choice may boil down to brand loyalty and familiarity (Chevy or Ford).

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