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It's pretty easy when you happen to have the right spare parts laying around. I made two of these. naturally they attach to the side of the box you're working on and you can put about 2 frames on it.

Haven't tried it yet with full ones but it's pretty strong.

Here is a pic. frame holder
 

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Next time try using adjustable shelving brackets and the slotted rail they plug into. Mine will hold 5 frames with ease. I just hate to set frames on the ground.
 

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well, with out having to buy it this is what I have for now. :D

Free is good!
 

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Yep, very light wt and fits in the bottom of the "bee bucket" just fine! :D
 

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It certainly looks like it will hold more than two frames to me. Looks great. i keep tellinf myself that I'm going to throw something together to accomplish this but I never seem to get around tuit.
 

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blammer . . .

The only thing I have done different is make the wood long enough for both wire hangers.

It's easy to be a critic.
 

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yea, I thought of that but didn't have enough wood! :D
 
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