(born 1939) is a German
who pioneered home constructed turbojet
engines for model aircraft
His design was constructed using hand tools, and has a wooden compressor and a bent metal gas turbine. It was fitted into a radio-controlled aircraft that flew successfully.
Jet engines following his design are designated with a K, and J for Jesus Artes — his codeveloper for example 'KJ66'.
See also: Scale jet engines
- Gas Turbine Engines for Model Aircraft by Kurt Schreckling, ISBN 0-9510589-1-6 Traplet Publications