Re: spacing of frames
If you are referring to frames of a "normal" design that are 1 3/8" or 1 1/4" between the frame shoulders (widest parts of the end bars), the end bars should be pushed tight together to get the combs drawn out. Once you have drawn combs, for honey supers you may wish to space them out further. Frames in the brood nest are normally always touching the next frame and centered in the box.
If you are asking about dimensions of the construction of each individual top bar or frame, all dimensions are available on the plans here:
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