Foreverence uses a 3D printer to produce tribute urns that truly reflect the life of the deceased. In this video recorded at the NFDA convention, Pete Saari shows the one-of-a-kind urns the company produces and talks about the production process.
Each ceramic composite piece is designed to reflect the life of the deceased, with input from the family. Foreverence can incorporate the tiniest details in each design. Some of the examples on display included a piano, a guitar, a ’57 Chevy and a cowboy hat.
The envisioning of the object that inspires the fondest memory of a loved one – such as a hobby, a passion, a work of art – can be made based on a conversation, a photograph, an idea, item or sketch. The conversations can help funeral directors build a deeper and more memorable bond with the family.
Their memorial keepsake urn materials range from ceramic, metals and a variety of composites. The finished product is an exceptional, individually crafted work of art.
If your family members plan to be cremated and keep the remains, these unique artistic urns can provide a treasured keepsake to be passed along to succeeding generations.
Learn more about 3D printing of memorial keepsake urns at Foreverence.com.
Recorded at the 2014 National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) Convention and Expo in Nashville, Tennessee by Gail Rubin, CT, The Doyenne of Death®, host and author of the award-winning TV show and book, A Good Goodbye: Funeral Planning for Those Who Don’t Plan to Die.