All my purchased equipment has so far been mann lake plastic frames, along with some inherited wood frames, some with rite cell, some with foundation, and some that were infested with wax moths and became foundationless after I hacked out most of the comb.
The plastic frames are workable but have been a lot of trouble, and I also want to produce wax, so I just ordered 100 kelley wedge top, groove bottom frames, with the intent to try foundationless, but with the ability to use foundation if things don't work out.
So, I just jam the wedge in vertically, and super with a box of foundationless, and it should work perfectly, right?
And if I cut out the comb later, I assume I leave a little bit at the top to guide them for drawing it a second time?
Or is internet wisdom going to bite me in the ***?