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    Probably sound advice. Haha.

    And...Don't wipe perspiration from your face with that cloth! It will burn. https://www.beesource.com/forums/images/smilies/wink.gif[/QUOTE]

    Probably sound advice. Haha.
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    I separate mine puting one wire on each side of...

    I separate mine puting one wire on each side of the bolt. As long as the two wires are very close to the same imput temperature then it should be fine.
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    White or clear? I found clear ones on their...

    White or clear? I found clear ones on their website. I might try them out.
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    Do you have a link to the white caps?

    Do you have a link to the white caps?
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    I wouldnt be to worried about it. Those wires...

    I reused the yellow connector and ground the connectors to a width that fits under the clamping screws on the PID controller. I felt like yellow connector provided more strain relief on the thin...
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    I have been able to.braze small parts with a mapp...

    I have been able to.braze small parts with a mapp or propane setup but larger pieces are to much of a heat sink and i can neverget the rod to flow. I have used two mapp torches (not a pencil tip)...
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    Yes you are correct. I was refering to silver...

    Yes you are correct. I was refering to silver aloy brazing rods. It is expensive but for a project like this, it only uses a few cents worth of brazing rod. But it is about the only brazing rod i...
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    You dont need to invest in welding equipment. ...

    You dont need to invest in welding equipment. All you need is a propane plumbing torch (i buy the mapp gas bottles for silber soldering because it is a little hotter) and some silver solder brazing...
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    Now thats cheating! Maybe I will have to hit up...

    Now thats cheating! Maybe I will have to hit up my cousin.

    Would you be willing to sell me a few handles?
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    I agree that an aluminum plug probably isnt ideal...

    I agree that an aluminum plug probably isnt ideal and the units i have built i have silver soldered a copper base to the copper coupling. I also have clamped the wire thermocouple to the base with...
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    Do you have a link to the screw type...

    Do you have a link to the screw type thermocouple? If you are talking about a threaded thermocouple (solid instead of a wire end) then you would need to solder a thermowell onto your copper cup. It...
  12. You would need the depth of 3 medium nucs to hit...

    You would need the depth of 3 medium nucs to hit your 40 liter mark. It would actually put you around 45 liters.
  13. My swarm traps are 40 liters. They are wide...

    My swarm traps are 40 liters. They are wide enough for 5 frames and around 16 inches deep. You can put 5 deeps in it or 5 mediums. Either way there will be empty space below the frames.

    If you...
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    Do you have any data to support your claim?

    Do you have any data to support your claim?
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    I wouldnt mind the links as well.

    I wouldnt mind the links as well.
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    Just think. You get a brood break and a...

    Just think. You get a brood break and a treatment at the same time... to soon?
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    Maybe it has already been done. There is a lot...

    Maybe it has already been done. There is a lot of awesome info on this thread and forum but it is not fair to ask people to continue to repeat the same info because someone does not have the time or...
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    You are kind of in a sticky situation. Most...

    You are kind of in a sticky situation. Most likely the supersedure cells hatched and the virgin killed out new queen. Virgins are quicker and more agile than laying queens. I doubt you will see...
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    In my location in southeast idaho i can make nucs...

    In my location in southeast idaho i can make nucs until mid July.... but u can't start until mid may either.
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    I found this video a couple years ago and it seems to be the best way to apply wax. It also seems to be pretty much the exact same as Michael described.

    This might help as a visualization of...
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    Very nice! I like it.

    Very nice! I like it.
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    I'm my experience the most important part of...

    I'm my experience the most important part of grafting is building a strong cell builder. I use a 2 story 4 frame nuc. I add 4 extra frames of emerging brood 10 days before I grafti and follow...
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    There is a big difference between a web site...

    There is a big difference between a web site having adds and having pop ups and other adds that redirect you away from the original website.
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    Re: Malicious Advertisements

    I have been having the same problem. Beesource is the only page I visit that is doing this. Lets get this fixed!
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    So I had 4 overwintered 4x4 nucs spring of 2017...

    So I had 4 overwintered 4x4 nucs spring of 2017 that I pulled 16 frames of brood for raising a couple rounds of queens. At the same time I was raising queens I was able to pull enough brood to make...
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