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Excerpt from The Bee-Keepers' Review, 1907, Vol. 20
I have received several articles, or letters, telling how to hold the spool, and guide the wire, so as to avoid tangles, and allow, the frame to be filled direct from the spool. In all of these plans the whole length of wire has to be drawn through the holes, and, in my experience, it takes much longer than to draw only half of it through, as described in my former article on this subject. Another objection urged against the plan Ihave described is that it requires an inch or two more of wire, in order to hold it and draw it taut. This is true; but when wire costs only about one cent for feet, an inch or two on each frame does not count much against any perceptible saving of time.
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