I build both Langstroth and TB hives and i prefer the TB for my personal use. I build the TB frames so they will fit in a Langstoth hive. That way I have a little interchangability.
When I do a cut out, I build special frames for the TB boxes. These are half width frames (3/4") and they have 2 sides and bottom bar (3/8") that fit the TB profile. I sting stainless steel wire horizontally across each frame about 1 1/2 to 2" apart.
When I pull the comb out of the feral hive, I lay it on a frame and trim (cut) it to fit. Then I lay the other half frame over the comb and tie the two frame together with a plastic wire tie. Then just drop in the TB box and pour in the bees. I try to keep the same position and sequence of comb. The left over cut off comb can be put in another frame and the bees will connect it together and use it as they please. Or you can use it in a swarm bait box.
I speak with limited experience and only for SW Florida.
My opinions are not necessarily facts.