Boyce Aerospace Hobbies was founded in 1995 by Alex and Sheree Boyce. The company had great success creating micro scale kits including a Gemini Titan, Pershing 1A, Nike Smoke, Saturn V and Saturn 1B. These kits had a one-piece urethane resin cast nose cones and some had full body wrap decals. Boyce Aerospace Hobbies also produced a line of 1/100th scale models that were designed to complement the Saturn V and Saturn 1B kits that, at the time, were still being marketed by Estes. A 1/100th scale Mercury Redstone and Gemini Titan kit followed. And finally, the company manufactured a large ‘G’ powered scale model of the Mercury Redstone with a 4-inch diameter body. The Redstone kit became extremely popular, and the company made the decision to have Jim Neaubauer produce the micro and 1/100th kits to allow more time to focus on the Redstone kit production. Two years after inception, Boyce Aerospace Hobbies closed it doors for the owners to focus on their family. Now, almost 20 years later, Boyce Aerospace Hobbies has reopened to revive rocketry and spark the imaginations of younger generations. This time around, the company's utilizing 3D printing technology. 3D printing is improving so rapidly that it’s getting harder and harder to tell the difference between an injection molded part and a 3D printed part. So, get ready to experience model rockets like you never have before!