This is the breeding waxworm kit that I bought from the internet a while ago but haven't have a chance to set up until now. The kit contains a clear plastic container with lid, food for waxworm, and egg laying material. The lid have small screen mesh on top to allow air exchange. Egg laying material is just like a carton box that cut and glue to resemble a bee nest. Waxworm when mature will turn to a moth and lay eggs inside bee nest so basically anything that have multiple of small holes that the moth can lay eggs into can be use. As for the food, I have to buy the food as I don't know the entire contents of it but I know it has honeybee since the waxworm feed on wax/honeybee in nature.
If you want to read more on how to raise waxworm, you can read this post that I posted a whild back: http://lacvietchoelua.blogspot.com/2010/01/breeding-wax-worm-another-live-food-for.html as it has links to where to purchase a breeding kit as well as article on breeding/raising them.