Machines with intention.
In 2018, Forney Industries’ talented team of engineers noticed a large gap in the welding market, one that lacked user-friendly and portable machines for beginners, and even professionals, at a reasonable price. Thanks to this gap in the market, the Forney Easy Weld line was born!
While engineering this line, the main focus of Forney engineers was to develop a variety of machines that were easy-to-use, however, the main intention behind Forney Easy Weld machines was to make welding a less daunting skill to learn; driving home Forney’s belief that anyone can weld with the right tools. Jason Mahugh, Director of Engineering and Technical Services for Forney Industries explains, “We wanted to take the fear out of welding and show that it’s not intimidating or expensive. We believe the Forney Easy Weld line of machines does just that.”
For More Information On Each Machine
These machines are great for a wide variety of metalworkers. Check out the breakdown of applications and uses below.
Farm and Ranch
One defining feature of each Forney Easy Weld machine is that they’re incredibly lightweight. The heaviest machine in the line is only 24 lbs., making each unit portable enough to carry from job site to job site. This eliminates the need to purchase additional equipment to transport the machine.
DIY (Do-it-Yourself) Projects
The Forney Easy Weld line of machines makes DIY projects a breeze. Create unique gifts, decorations, or even your own smoker! The following are just a few DIY projects created with Forney Easy Weld machines.
Wood Burning Smoker
Propane Tank Jack-O-Lanterns
Hobbies and Metal Art
Custom Bike Build
WELDING MADE EASY™
Forney Industries has been a leader in the welding market since 1932. In almost 90 years of operation, they now offer thousands of metalworking equipment and accessories that cater to every level of metalworking. To learn more about Forney Industries, visit forneyind.com.
I have the MP 140 Easy Weld for over a year now and very happy with the wire feed FCAW function but haven’t used the Stick welder yet. I have a project coming up and wonder if a 3/32″- E6010 electrode I want to use on 1/4″ Mild Steel will be a good penetration. I will make several practice beads on 3/16″ steel scrap I have laying around before I attempt 1/4″. But wasn’t sure if 6010 would be compatible. Thanks!
Hi there Mark! We suggest you give our Expert-Techs a call with this question, they will be better suited to help. You can reach them at 1-800-521-6038 ext. 2
I live off grid . Can I use your equipment powered by a generator? Thinking easy weld.
Hi there Thom, thanks for reaching out! I would suggest you reach out to our Expert-Techs. They will be able to assist you based on your specific needs. You can reach them at 1-800-521-6038 ext. 2!
Hi there! Give our Expert-Techs a call with this inquiry, they will be able to give you all the information you need! 1-800-521-6038 ext 2.