The Rocky Mountain RepRap Festival (RMRF) is an annual event held in Loveland, Colorado, that celebrates the advancements in 3D printing technology. A weekend-long festival brings together hobbyists, professionals, and enthusiasts worldwide to share their knowledge and showcase their latest projects.
The festival was started in 2013 by the Loveland-based 3D printing company Aleph Objects, which produces the LulzBot line of 3D printers. Since then, the festival has grown into one of the premier 3D printing events in the world, attracting thousands of visitors each year. At the RMRF, attendees can expect to see a wide variety of 3D printing technologies on display, including FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling), SLA (Stereolithography), and SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) printers. There are workshops, seminars, and keynote speeches from industry leaders and experts.
The festival is not just about showcasing the latest technology, however. It is also an opportunity for makers, tinkerers, and artists to unite and share their creations. Attendees can browse through hundreds of exhibitor booths to see and purchase 3D-printed products and artwork. The RMRF celebrates the creativity and innovation made possible by 3D printing technology. Whether you are a seasoned professional or just curious about 3D printing, this festival is worth checking out.