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    Default My medium frame Ulster Observation Hive

    My Ulster Observation Hive has been christened...



    The box is from Brushy Mountain and the top assembly is homebuilt from scraps of oak and mahogany...
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    Default Re: My medium frame Ulster Observation Hive

    Pretty
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    Default Re: My medium frame Ulster Observation Hive

    Very nice looking, great work there!

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    Default Re: My medium frame Ulster Observation Hive

    very nice indeed! I love nicely finished wood.

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    Default Re: My medium frame Ulster Observation Hive

    Very nice!
    Is it set up with an excluder to keep the queen up top?
    Does it have an entrance your do you just drop the frames in it for display ?

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    Default Re: My medium frame Ulster Observation Hive

    Quote Originally Posted by Mbeck View Post
    Very nice!
    Is it set up with an excluder to keep the queen up top?
    Does it have an entrance your do you just drop the frames in it for display ?
    Yes, there is an excluder.
    A piece of plastic excluder is held in a notch.

    I haven't put an entrance in it yet.
    BeeCurious
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    Default Re: My medium frame Ulster Observation Hive

    Ok, I'll give you $20 for it if you'll include shipping and the bees!

    Very nice indeed!
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    Default Re: My medium frame Ulster Observation Hive

    I made mine similar only with two frames in the display area.

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    Default Re: My medium frame Ulster Observation Hive

    I would love to see the inside of the dowels, and how everything screws together.

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    Default Re: My medium frame Ulster Observation Hive

    Quote Originally Posted by gabrielromelio View Post
    Do you have any other pictures of how you constructed it?
    I'm not sure. When I have the time I'll check to see if I have any pictures.


    Quote Originally Posted by gabrielromelio View Post
    I would love to see the inside of the dowels, and how everything screws together.
    Again, it won't be right away, but I'll take a picture of the dowels with the hanger bolts and try to get a close up photo of the threaded inserts that are used to attach the removable pieces.

    The vertical pieces of the observation assembly are not attached with any fasteners. I assembled the pieces with West System Epoxy thinking that I would drill and insert a couple of small screws after curing.... I haven't gotten around to it and I'm not very concerned about it coming apart.
    BeeCurious
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    Default Re: My medium frame Ulster Observation Hive

    Thank you very much.

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