Forney Industries was born in the backseat of a 1921 Kissel 6-45. The now 90-year-old metalworking and welding company was founded in 1932 when J.D. Forney drove door-to-door selling the Forney instant heat soldering iron. The time behind the wheel in the Kissel drove Forney to admire the US, along with all the transportation that was needed for the vast country.
Forney Industries is proud to announce their federally registered trademark of green welding and plasma cutting machines. This is viewed by the company as a major victory, as it is a pivotal step in securing recognition as a leader in the welding and plasma cutting category.
Your go-kart dreams can easily become reality with a welding machine, steel and a little elbow grease. There are lots of go-kart plans on the internet and creating your next...
Forney’s legacy inspires. We build meaningful relationships. We are committed to our customers, community, and team. That’s what Forney employees believe is the most important aspects of being a genuine teammate.
We’re celebrating our 90th year of business in 2022! Follow along with our 4-part series as we dive into what makes us innovative, genuine, exceptional and excellent!
Forney Industries is proud to announce an accomplishment years in the making. We have officially secured the trademark for our color green on all welding and cutting machines.
Now that you’ve chosen your Forney Easy Weld machine, it’s time to step up your accessory game! Let’s break down the best accessories and consumables for your unit.The Forney...
My name is Laura, I am a novice metalworker. I’ve only been in a welding lab a handful of times, and even so, this project was simple, unintimidating and a ton of fun to make! But the best part? All I needed to create this one-of-a-kind wine rack was a Forney Easy Weld 140 MP, and some horseshoes! When I say this thing is easy to make, I mean it.