Could be, like I said I have never heard the term before.
But the 'best' method from an engineering stand point is using prepegs. Where the epoxy
is pre-applied in measured amounts to the cloth. The downside is that it is very expensive. You have to hold the wet cloth in a freezer
to keep it from curing, then bake it in an oven
to cure it.
Infusion has become a very reliable method of construction, but there are real risks. It is not unheard of for a hull
infusion to go bad, and watch the entire stack plus resin get wasted because of poorly placed feed/vacume lines. There are now software
programs that help lay this stuff out, but they are not perfect. But when it works it leads to a close to ideal product.