I am not offended by the fact you are wrong. I first built boats from pre-preg in 1982, and my business was involved in building sail boats, row shells and canoes. Pre-preg boats my business built competed in 2 different sports at the Olympics, winning medals. Outside of water sports, we also produced components for Mclaren before they had their own pre-preg facilities. Now, I know I am getting old, but I haven't yet turned senile and I can just about remember what was involved. The problems haven't changed. In fact, having been talking at length about a new project I want to get underway (if I can find the time and money) new TPT laminates make it even more interesting and offer even more potential, although I have a few concerns about costs which I hope we can address., so please do not offend "it's my job not yours. "
The thing I don't understand is that I know you make stuff from pre-preg and you have an autoclave, yet your position on this differs so much from others. In fact, your A Class boat price doesn't exactly shout about a huge saving. It makes your statements hard to understand, unless you are saying that it is not possible to make good A's from pre-preg and nomex.