>Has anyone seen or used perfectly flat sheets of beeswax for foundation?
I have made blank sheets of beeswax and cut them for starter strips:http://www.bushfarms.com/images/PrimaryCombOnBlankStarterStrip.JPG
>I just wondered how the bees would take to it as it would save having to choose regular or small cell embossed stuff.
The research I've heard of says the bees will build their own comb more quickly than the blank sheets. Probably because you dip boards to make the blank shees and it is harder and more brittle, so I'm guessing it's hard for the bees to work it.
> I guess the only problem would be getting it as ive never seen it sold.
Take a pine board and soak it in brine (salt + water) and then dip it in melted beeswax. Dip multiple times for thicker wax. Cut the edges loose and take off the sheet on the front and back. I use the edges for starter strips too.http://www.beesource.com/pov/lusby/part14.htm