Do you think it would work to extend the flow frames vertically by combining parts from two flow frames together?
They are made from a copolyester, which I’m thinking can be melted and reformed without charging or burning. Essentially, this idea calls for cutting the collecting trough off of the bottom of one full frame and cutting the top, where you put the key in, off another and melting all the pieces together individually. That would give you twice the depth of comb cells. The height of the standard flow frames 242mm height could possibly be extended to 419mm, or about 16.5 inches. That is above the needed length for a Layens frame, but too small for a extra “double” deep Langstroth.
Obviously, this would void any warranty so try at your own risk. But, what are everyone’s thoughts?