In my current project Honeycomb I have built an archive surrounding the history of the Heilbrun & Pinner factory (1901 - 1936) in Halle (Saale), Germany. My family owned the factory until production stopped in 1936 due to Nazi pressure. The contents taken by my family were souvenirs, icons of a vast system of labor. They specialized in machinery, design and paper production. I cite the complete series of patents, inventions by the family, awarded by the government that are now in the public domain. I begin the translation of the material within the patents; processing them into the physical, the reinvigoration of what the patents had secured now done by hand.