it helps if we know your location. i hived a swarm late last wednesday. i gave them 9 frames of foundation and one frame of brood. we had a lot of rain over the weekend so they didn't get to work very much. when i went in the hive saturday afternoon i had 8 fully drawn frames and the last two being worked on (all in two days).
what I have had hunreds of swams in my life, they usally draw one langstroth box during one week. Some do not even start during next 2 days.some are more eager.
But it is very important to understand, if you feed combs full, there is no much space for laying. If you give too much space to the swarm, a cool hive restrict brood area.
Swarm bees get old very fast. Half of bees aredear when new bees start to emerge.
So keep calm and do not arrange to bee more job than needed.
Drawn combs are not product of beehives. They surely do them more whenthey need them. no sense to make them for dfn.
.most of all, swarm's and package bee's only job is make as much brood as possible.
4 kg swarm is able to make surplus honey at once so that you can extract it.