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A perfectly capped Flow Frame full of honey ready for harvest. © BeeInventive

Another successful harvest at the -Floffice- near Byron Bay, Australia. © BeeInventive Pty Ltd

Cedar and Stu Anderson with a western red cedar Flow Hive in the backyard of the Bee Inventive office near Byron Bay, Australia. © BeeInventive Pty. Ltd.

Cedar and Stuart Anderson juggle jars of freshly tapped honey at the Flow HQ backyard near Byron Bay, Australia. © BeeInventive Pty. Ltd.

Stu and Cedar suited up and holding a perfectly capped Flow Frame full of honey. © Beeinventive Pty Ltd

A western red cedar Flow™ Hive Classic. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Bees capping a Flow™ Frame. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Bees take to a new Flow™ Frame. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Cedar (left) and Stuart Anderson at the Brisbane factory. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Cedar (left) and Stuart Anderson with their invention. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Cedar (left) and Stuart Anderson with their invention, the Flow™ Hive near Byron Bay, Australia. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Cedar (left) and Stuart Anderson, the father-son inventing team behind Flow™ Hive. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Cedar Anderson demonstrates the Flow™ Hive to some less experienced beekeepers near Bryon Bay, Australia. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Cedar Anderson with some early prototypes of the Flow™ Hive honey extraction he invented with his father, Stuart. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Cedar Anderson, co-inventor of the Flow Hive in the shed where they developed the idea in Far North Coast New South Wales, Australia. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Close up of bees at work via the Flow™ Hive's unique end-frame view. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Close-up of bee's proboscis or tongue. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Close-up of honey dripping from a Flow™ Hive. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Close-up of honey flowing inside the Flow™ Hive after the Flow™ Frame has been tapped. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Co-inventor Cedar Anderson opens up a Flow™ Super for German science TV show "Galileo". ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Co-inventor Cedar Anderson visits the Brisbane, Australia, factory where the Flow™ Frames are made. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Co-inventor Cedar Anderson, partner Kylie Ezert and baby boy Jarli, who came early during the crowdfunding campaign. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Co-inventor Stuart Anderson demonstrates the Flow™ Hive near Bryon Bay, NSW, Australia. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Diagram of how the Flow™ Hive works. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Drone honey bee on finger. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Each Flow™ Frame holds around 3.5kg (6 pounds) of honey when full. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

End-frame moulds at the Flow™ Frame factory in Brisbane. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

European honey bee in a natural honeycomb cell. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Family photo with Kylie Ezert (left), Cedar Anderson, Stuart Anderson, with Kylie and Cedar's little boy Jarli at 6 months of age. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

First drops of honey drip into Flow Frame. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Flow Frame in action, with hexagons splitting to form channels. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Flow™ Hive in the afternoon. sun ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Flow™ Hive woodware being cut in Oregon factory. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Flow™ Light kits roll off the assembly line. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Honey draining from a Flow™ Hive. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Kylie Ezert, partner of co-inventor Cedar Anderson demonstrates Flow™ Hive. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Pro surfers Lauren Hill and Dave Rastovich watch the honey drain from their Flow Hive. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Some children learn some of the finer points of Flow beekeeping. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Stacks of western red cedar hive body parts at Flow's Oregon factory. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Stuart (left) and Cedar Anderson, inventors of the Flow Hive in the shed where they developed the idea in Far North Coast New South Wales, Australia. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Stuart (left) and Cedar Anderson, inventors of the Flow Hive in the shed where they developed the idea in Far North Coast New South Wales, Australia(3). ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Stuart (left) and Cedar Anderson, inventors of the Flow Hive in the shed where they developed the idea in Far North Coast New South Wales, Australia. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Stuart (left) and Cedar Anderson, inventors of the Flow Hive, hold a Flow Frame in the shed where they developed the idea in Far North Coast New South Wales, Australia(2). ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Stuart (left) and Cedar Anderson, inventors of the Flow Hive, hold a Flow Frame in the shed where they developed the idea in Far North Coast New South Wales, Australia. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Stuart Anderson, co-inventor of the Flow Hive in the shed where he developed the idea in Far North Coast New South Wales, Australia. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

The famous Flow™ Frame in action. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

The Flow™. Hive ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Ultra close-up of honey dripping from the tube of a Flow™ Frame. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

Western red cedar boards at the Flow™ factory in Oregon. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

You can see what the bees are up to using the Flow™ Frame's unique end frame view. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.

A Flow™ Frame pulled from the hive for inspection. ©Beeinventive Pty.Ltd.