Getting honey out of drawn comb while leaving the comb in tack is very difficult without an extractor. As others have said, you can uncap the frame, turn it on its side over some kind of collection pan, maybe heat it a bit with a hair dryer turned on low to make the honey a bit more runny, and hope some of the honey drips out, but you won't get it all. After you have gotten all you think you can, put the frame back in or near the hive for the bees to clean up.
That is a lot of trouble. As a hobbyist beek, I have always just "crushed and strained" the whole frame and had the girls build new foundation for the next go round. Crush and strain has the advantage of 1) getting the option to make cut comb honey, 2) ending up with a lot of extra wax you can make candles or do other things with, 3) it is actually a faster way to process than using an extractor and 4) it is much cheaper than buying an extractor, cleaning it, and finding a place to store it the other 360+ days a year you aren't using it.
Fortunately my local bee club just bought an extractor for us to share this year so I am going to get a chance to extract (with a motorized extractor no less) for the first time in 10 years. :pinkelephant: