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Bus Driver no, no way! .068”, 5/64”, and 3/32” are the norm for structural welding.
The main reason for not using any lube. First off for solid wire you should be using V-groove drive rolls. Only use serrated drive rolls with flux core wire, be it gas less, or gas shielded wire. But no matter what there will be shavings, or little flakes from the wire, which is all bad, but why add lube / oil that will gum up the works even more? Just use a dry piece of cloth, or an ear plug clamped to the wire. In my opinion lube does nothing but run the risk of gumming everything up, and a slight chance of contaminating the welds. What little it could possibly help the risk is just too high for me.
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