Most of these are easily made in your wood working shop. Even I can make them with a circular saw, jigsaw, hammer and nails. Okay, maybe a drill too.
Plans are easily found on the web.
I won't go into each of the parts. And while we do not yet have any plans on the site at this time, I'll see about loading some soon.
You may want to check out The Beekeeper's Handbook, 4th, which you can get at Barnes & Noble or Amazon for around $20. I copied this image from page 39 of that book. We may be adding a book store to this site, so check back with us later.
That being said, if you have a stand, put some peach-can-sized containers under each leg, and put some used motor oil in it, which will protect the hive from ants and other critters.
If you look close you can see how they have a rabbeted corner.
Note how this unit sits on cinder blocks, which also sits on a wooden pallet.
So, if you are somewhat handy you can probably make your own.
But the wooden-ware is not too expensive and is easy to assemble. You can even order a whole "beginners kit" for between $100-$150, depending on what you have in the kit.
Have fun, protect your thumbs, and we will see you around the hive!