Are you refering to a cnc router by any chance?thanks for the advice,on another point I have been looking through old posts in the plans and construction and you asked if anyone had any cad skills.I have been working on some plans for national hive.happy to forward them onto you for use by anyone.if you are interested.
thornes do a sept and new year sale, do you need them now?..why 20 hoffmans 14x12, have you two hives, your nuc comes with five frames abiet may be standardsI am in surrey,been looking at thornes site for prices.20 14x12 hoffman frames,20x 5 7/8 hoffman frames for supers and foundation to go with this £107, I was hoping someone knew of somewhere cheaper to buy, for my new hobby.
I would have thought that 3rd world wax would be a damn sight cleaner with regards to residual pesticides than local/euro/usa stuff. I know a local beek sent some (ordinary grade) back to Thornes that smelt 'funny' and was very dark - apparently sourced from Ethiopia.Buy the premier foundation from Thornes if you can as its not full of 3rd world recycled wax.
I always have to cut a slither from one side to get it to fit snug. No real bother thoThornes are now consistently sizing foundation too wide. It wasn't as I suspected a year or two back just a bad batch as I've experienced it on lots of deliveries. It isn't the temperature either as its still too big after being kept in the fridge.