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2022-09-20 14:15


Recently, Japanese scientists have used 3D printing technology to successfully produce marbled Wagyu beef, the Global Times reported. The meat products contain protein, fat, and even blood vessels. The researchers say such "nurtured" steaks are more environmentally friendly than traditional similar products. Wuniu is an expensive and popular breed of beef from Japan.


As a new manufacturing technology different from the past, 3D printing technology is based on digital model files and uses metal, polymer and other materials to print and accumulate layer by layer to form physical objects. At present, in the fields of aerospace, aviation and medical treatment. 

In recent years, 3D printing technology is more and more widely used in the medical industry. Scientists have successfully printed human organs and tissues, such as 3D models of liver, blood vessels, bones, chest and even miniature hearts. Experts believe that 3D printing will have a bright future in the pharmaceutical industry in the future.


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