After spend the morning with Don the FatBeeMan several weeks back, I saw some of his equipment and methods for building boxes and frames, including his nifty pneumatic stapler. Wanting to stay ahead of the curve I purchased an inexpensive compressor and stapler set up from harbor freight tools. The set up cost me about $100, but makes putting together frames a snap. And versus assembled frames from our supplier Mann Lake (when bought in bulk) I can put together ten frames in about five minutes and save myself $7.00 per box.
When you are doing as many installations as I am, that money adds up quickly and pays for the new toy in a season. And, there is nothing wrong with adding new tools to the chest!
We use Ritecell foundation, which we have found to provide for neat comb production and an ease of use. We especially like that we do not have to stabilize this foundation with wire.
Here is a video of how we get it done quickly: