From the Article:
"The Silicon Valley company that created the method, Carbon, say it’s faster and more adaptable than traditional additive printing, and can make mass-production 3D printing a reality."
Now I understand why they said they were going to mass-produce it. It is NOT using "traditional additive printing"; Because from all that I have read "additive printing" is NOT viable for mass production. I wish I knew if this new method really is "additive printing" or something new that they are marketing as "additive printing"/"3D Printing".