So Skater lays up like my pet company- a balsa core, then vac bagged. (I find that boats made like this have an optimal strength to weight ratio and can be built reasonably cost effectively)
How does Nor tech, and MTI layup? That where I was going-
I expected TX to answer for Skater- where the data on the other guys?
I think OL is stretching on their definition- 180C at 100PSI is a typical carbon fibre first cure temp & pressure- to get the carbon elements to flow around the core material. Id be curious for them to state what their oven can archive temp and pressure wise.
Not taking away from OL- as I said I think they have the most advanced layup- but to lead people to beleive theu get F1 technology - I have yet to see evidence of their process going this far.
Their infusion process does make for a light hull but at a staggering cost and as you say where is the real world advantage?