Born in the city of Concepción province of Tucumán Argentina and member of a teaching family, since hes childhood, the creator Juan Manuel Papiz showed a certain affinity with aeronautics and mechanics, and he never let the bad economic situation or any other kind of misfortuite situation stop him from following his dreams. At age of 15, he began to manufacture RC turbines out of blueprints made by other authors; and after some time he began to improve them by making his own designs. Years later he was decided to make a change in aeronautics by developing a new injection system for turbines and their applications, but he didn’t found support for prototyping; and far from giving up he began to develop turbines for real aircrafts learning about materials, calculations and others.

Papiz manufacture every part of his turbines acquiring capacity and knowledge to keep developing. With the economic situation he focus his efforts in prove functionality and not reliability yet so he create his engines with the best materials he could afford, in the meanwhile he follow his other passion and becoming into a Commercial Flight Pilot with the passing of the years. As an Aviation lover he noticed that some things in aviation didn’t change from many years because the simple fact that they were established in that way and he thought it was time to change them. He understand that the aviation should evolve in some important aspect like engines for small and medium size aircrafts that’s the most aircraft range vulnerable to failure and incident been the most used aviation category in the world.

The project was born out of the question “why some turbine engines so simple like the RC turbines have the “same” result that the super complex aviation turbine engines?” The question so was why we can´t go back to the beginning and design a new type of engine with a new vision thinking in the user, in the pilot, in the plane and not in the industry itself.

The turbine engines, but he quickly understands than those kinds of engines have a bad consumption for small powers and small aircrafts.