Forney Easy Weld® 100 ST

Let’s walk through the Forney Easy Weld 100 ST This is a stick and TIG welder. Stick welding is a welding process that uses a consumable electrode to lay a bead. TIG, or tungsten inert gas welding, uses a tungsten electrode and an inert gas like argon. It’s often thought of as the more difficult […]

Forney Easy Weld® 125 FC

Forney Industries has created a new line of welding machines the Forney Easy Weld. These machines were designed with the novice welder in mind they’re extremely user-friendly, affordable and are the perfect machine for the DIY welder. This is the Forney Easy Weld 125 FC, it’s a basic flux core welding machine, some people might […]

AskForney® – Stick Out

“Stick Out” is a term used in MIG welding. The farther you hold the gun away from the work piece, the farther the wire sticks out. The amount of stick out affects the arc. The more stick out, the greater the chance of contaminating the weld due to shielding gas mixing with air.

Forney® 140 & 190 MP Welders: “3 in 1” Multiple Welding Processes – MIG, Stick, TIG

We understand you have a job to do. We’re here to help you do it right. Hi, I am Jason Mahugh from Forney Industries. I am the Senior Manager of Welding Products and Engineering. We’re going to take a closer look at the 190 and 140 MP machines, which are multi-processed machines. These machines are […]

AskForney® – Manual vs Synergic Welding

In manual welding, the machine holds the voltage constant and the amperage varies as the stick out changes. With synergic welding, the machine monitors many variables and optimizes the arc. So, in synergic, it’s more complex than just voltage and amperage. There’s more room for the machine to compensate for user error.