I'll have to give Michael Bush's suggestion a try when again got enough wat to do it with. In the mean time I'll contine to use starter strips. Just an inch or two of foundation held in place by the wedge. Two sheets of wax is sufficient for ten frames. Bees like to work and the more of their own comb they build they happier they seem to be.
Bees often eat the bottom portion (corners at least) of the foundation to start drawing comb anyway and tehn stop building when they hit the spot they ate instead of filling it all the way out. With starter strips they will draw the frame full and it also seems to hold to the frame as good or better than wired foundation. It does, however require a little more care during extracting.