I agree with Webclan. Those systems look like the bizo, but the most straightforward and organic way to produce honeycomb is to put some foundationless frames in your honey super. You end up with the most amazing product that has not been touched by human hand (until you cut it) and doesn't have any chemicals in the wax.
I put on a single super which gets near to full of honey, then add the second super, but swap out five full frames and separate them all with a foundationless frame across two boxes. So, 10 + 10 a bit like checkerboarding.
Also, if you only have one hive, and it's a flow hive, I wouldn't be putting any other supers on to collect honey. Both the Flow and the Ceracell round comb systems need your hive to be absolutely bulging with bees to work well, and when you harvest, the bees simply refill what you took away.