Back in the fall we had a thread about frame holders. Below is one that I made not long after that. It is collapsable by removing a couple of screws. I can then take it to removal sites where I use it to hold frames while I put cutout comb in them. At home I use it to hold frames for inspection. It can hold an entire box of frames. That is a medium frame on the holder. Made it with scrap wood.
This is my solution to ant problems. I have had 5 different species of ant in my hives. At first I put the legs in cans of water until they froze and busted this winter. Now I have drilled holes in these boards. The legs sit in the holes, which do not go through the board, I will put some thick axle grease in the holes and up the legs a little way. The boards will make it easier for me to level the hives also. The stand is made from rebar steel and is a pretty easier build for a welder. I added a third set of legs in the middle. The stand could hold three standard hives, but the weight scares me so I will only use two per stand. That is a standard nuc on the stand for size. The stand is high enough that I do not have to bend over much to work the hives.