Ten FrameDeep - Standard Deep Box using 7/8. Commonly used for brood boxes. (I run all deeps).
Deep (Minimal Tools) - Created for Bill Reynolds, a deep box that requires only basic tools to create, and no fancy joinery.
Medium - Plans only. If you need instruction refer to the tutorial for the Deep box.
Top Cover - Insulated - Fairly easy project, provides R-8.75 thermal protection.(going to edit these dimensions, they work but I want to tighten it up a bit).
Bottom Board - Screened - Can be made from scrap lumber, reversible
Bottom Board - Solid - Reversible bottom board, 3/4 and 3/8 entrances.
Bottom Board - Combination - Easy to put together combination bottom board without spending a fortune.
Swarm Trap - Uses the Deep (Minimal Tools) plan modified with suggestions by Tim Ives.
Nuc Boxes / Queen Castles5 Frame Nuc - standard five frame nuc box, top cover, and bottom board.
6 Frame Nuc - for use in conjunction with Honeydrunk exclusive Queen Castle, or on its own.
Queen Castle - Four Compartment, by Two Frames . Shows two variations, one standard box dimension as well as one non standard box height.
Queen Castle - Three Compartment, by Three Frames. Plan only, see above tutorial for construction details.
Queen Castle - Honeydrunk Exclusive. Four Compartment, by Three Frames. Can be converted to Six Frame Double Nuc, with Six Frame Nuc Boxes able to sit on top. Honeydrunk Original!
FramesFrame - Shoulder-less - useful for uncapping in a honey super, or narrow frame beekeeping. Easy to build.
Frame - Queen Rearing Cell Bar - used in queen rearing applications, to place grafted larvae into. Then placed into a cell building colony.
Unless otherwise noted, all these plans are of my own design. Feel free to use and share but give credit where credit is due. If I save you some money, feel free to donate cash, bees, queens, equipment, coffee, and/or cigarettes to keep up this work.
Copyright 2014 - Andrew Pember (Honeydrunk Apiaries)