>well with that illustration I can manage it. So if I used a medium for honey and let them build their own comb, that would make a brood box after I removed the honey right.
Maybe. They usually build smaller cells in the center of the brood nest than they build to store honey. They often build larger worker celsl or really large drone cells for storage.
>If that is so it is dead easy thank you very much. ...
If you use measure the combs from the supers and they are smaller than your brood chamber then they may work fine for you.
I'm not sure I understand the "if I use a medium for honey" and then "that would make a brood box". If you mean you could use medium frames in a medium box for brood. Yes, you can. What you can't do is mix up frame depths with any reliability of what they willd draw in the extra space if you put those mediums in a deep box.
>I wil practice measureing reg, foundation till I can do it easy. Who knows I might even learn to deal with the metric system lol
All you have to have to deal with the metric system is a metric ruler. No conversions. Just measure.
If you have a metric ruler, a metric measuring cup, a metric scale, a metric thermometer, all you have to do is read them. :)