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Bee Hive

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Bee Hive

Basic Data

Category: Beehives

Keywords: bee, hive, honey, beekeeping, wood, plywood, comb, finger joint

License: CC BY 4.0

Organization: Garden way research

Project status: Active

Translation status: 1-Without Translation

Technical documentation

Maturity of the project: prototype


Contains PDF-drawings: Yes

Assembly instructions are published: Yes

Bill of materials is published: Yes

Contributing guide is published: No

Mechanical hardware

Contains original mechanical hardware: Yes

CAD Format:

License for mechanical hardware: CC BY 4.0

Electronic hardware

Contains original electronic hardware: No







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Other

Contains original software: No




Technology Readyness Level TRL: 2






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Description

Complete Beekeeping system developed by GARDEN WAY RESEARCH 1975 ©

Use any 3/4" soft wood such as pine, basswood or spruce

Dimensions are all quite critical - too little space between frames will keep bees from working efficiently while too much will encourage the bees to fill the space with comb

This project is published under licence CC-BY

Technical documentation

PDF Plans

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Documentation

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Pos. Pos. old Qty. Part Name Part code Part Type Specifications Review Status Show All Comments
A BEE HIVE A

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B PARL LIST B

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1 BROOD CHAMBER 1

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1.1 2 BROOD CHAMBER A 1.1 Production

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1.2 2 BROOD CHAMBER B 1.2 Production

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2 1 REVERSIBLE BOTTOM BOARD 2

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2.1 1 REVERSIBLE BOTTOM BOARD A 2.1 Production

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2.2 1 REVERSIBLE BOTTOM BOARD B 2.2 Production

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2.3 1 REVERSIBLE BOTTOM BOARD C 2.3 Production

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2.4 1 REVERSIBLE BOTTOM BOARD D 2.4 Production

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2.5 1 REVERSIBLE BOTTOM BOARD E 2.5 Production

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3 1 OUTER COVER 3

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3.1 1 OUTER COVER A 3.1 Production

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3.2 2 OUTER COVER B 3.2 Production

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4 1 INNER COVER 4

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4.3 1 INNER COVER C 4.3 Production

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5 1 SHALLOW SUPER 5

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5.1 2 SHALLOW SUPER A 5.1 Production

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6 1 BROOD FRAME 6

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6.1 1 BROOD FRAME A 6.1 Production

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6.3 1 BROOD FRAME C 6.3 Production

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7 1 SHALLOW SUPER FRAME 7

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7.2 1 BROOD FRAME A 7.2 Production

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