RodKat Wet Tile Saw Rip Table Extension

SKU: RodKat
Manufacturer: Katwyk General Builder, Inc.
MPN: RodKat





RodKat Wet Tile Saw Rip Table Extension

The Rod Kat Rip Table was designed to increase the cutting capacity of many popular tile saws. This table extension will immediately upgrade your tile saw and allow you to cut popular large format tile at virtually any length.


  • Kit contains Tile Rip table with metal edges and 1 replacement foam table
  • Created from high density EPS foam with integrated metal edges
  • Locks into place on the tile saw carriage tray and allows the tile tobe pushed through with little resistance
  • Will fit most common wet tile saws
  • Both metal edges include an extrusion that allows table to be held in place using the saw's factory guide
  • Once foam has been cut until no longer usable, remove the metal edge caps and attach them to your replacement foam table
  • Dimensions - 37" L x 20" W x 3" H

Made by Katwyk General Builder, Inc.

Questions & Answers (3)

12/24/2018 2:30:00 pm

Will it fit a 10” target wet saw?

This table extension will fit most tile saws if you would like to discuss the saw in more detail to make sure it will fit your model, you can contact us at 800-709-0002, and we will help in making sure this extension will fix on your saw.

4/16/2020 11:49:51 am

Using a DeWalt Saw with this product. Can I rip a 4 ft tile?

Yes, this table will allow you to make 48" cuts on a standard 24" tile saw.

5/13/2020 11:08:08 am

How much are the foam refills?

The foam pan re-fills are not available for purchase. When you buy a new RodKat you receive 2 foam inserts, one mounted on the metal rip guide and a replacement when the foam pan is worn out.

Ratings & Reviews

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Great Invention


If you have a Dewalt tile saw you need to own this table. This table will allow you to make 48" cuts on a standard 24" tile saw. No need to buy a rail saw this is a quick fix and I would recommend it to anyone who is contemplating buying a rail saw for one job.

Making Plank Tile my B****


I did not want to invest in a rail saw and when I saw this alternative I figured for $100 it would be well worth the investment even if it were for one job. I was beyond pleased I have used this on my last 3 wood plank porcelain jobs and have no hesitation recommending this to fellow installers.

Didn’t even work for me. $100 wasted!


Might be good for wall cuts on floor.
Not good for precision cuts. Isn’t square agains table fence. Next to impossible to get square. Cheap flimsy materials and not worth $100. If I knew how cheap it was never would have purchased even for $20 dollars. I could make a stronger and more precise extension with plywood. Guess I just bought the plans for my new plywood table?

This thing is going in the trash.
Thanks for nothing...