Forney Easy Weld 100 ST Stick Machine

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The Forney Easy Weld 100 ST is Forney Industries lightest welder, weighing in at about 10 lbs. This machine is easy to use and has an incredibly small footprint. Ideal for those just learning to weld. Shielding gas is not required to operate this machine.

Product Specifications:

  • Unit Dimensions Out of Display Box: 12" (304.8 millimeters) x 5.5" (139.7 millimeters) x 10.5" (266.7 millimeters)
  • Unit Weight Out of Display Box: 9.65 lbs. (4.38 kg)
  • Stick and lift arc TIG capable (TIG torch not included)
  • Welds 16 gauge up to 1/4" (6.35 millimeters)
  • Handles up to 1/8" (3.175 millimeters) electrodes
  • 120-volt input, 90 AMP output
  • Includes: 8' (2.4m) electrode holder and 8' (2.4 meters) ground clamp
  • No foot pedal operation on this machine
  • Duty cycle: 30% @ 80 AMP

Recommended Accessories and Consumables:

  • Steel Ground Clamp, 300 AMP: Forney ITEM# 54410
  • Medium Duty Electrode Holder, 200 AMP: Forney ITEM# 56000
  • Straight Head Chipping Hammer: Forney ITEM# 70600
  • Argon/CO2 Flow Meter: Forney ITEM# 85364
  • Ground Cable & Clamp, 150 AMP, 15’: Forney ITEM# 85667
  • Electrode Holder w/ Cable, 150 AMP, 15’: Forney ITEM# 85669
  • 9V TIG Torch (Size 25 Dinse): Forney ITEM# 85657
  • TIG Welding Ceramic Cup: Forney ITEM# 85454
  • TIG Welding Torch Collet, 1/16”: Forney ITEM# 85455
  • TIG Welding Torch Collet Body, 1/16”: Forney ITEM# 85459
  • 2% Thoriated Tungsten Electrode: Forney ITEM# 85450

Product Features:

PERFECT FOR BEGINNERS:

  • This machine is portable, and user friendly making it ideal for novice and beginning welders. All Forney Easy Weld machines come with a quick start guide to get you welding right away.

POWERFUL:

  • The Forney Easy Weld 100 ST is small but mighty as it is able to weld up to 1/4" of mild steel. Also features 120-volt input and 90 AMP output.

LIGHTWEIGHT:

  • This machine only weights 9.65 lbs., allowing you to take your machine to your project rather than hauling your project to your machine! This reduces the risk of damaging whatever it is you're working on.