We live in an interesting, amazing age of technological advancements - technology like 3D printing can help us survive nearly insurmountable odds, and it can also help families grieve the loss of loved ones. The use of 3D printing technology in the death care industry is becoming more popular, with people, pets, and even celebrities being laid to rest in 3D printed urns. Narbon, a funeral company headquartered in Madrid, Spain, is offering a new service to people in mourning, called 3D Memories. Narbon will combine a small portion of your loved one's ashes with a material compound and 3D print a unique object with the mixture - it offers jewelry, busts, and vases. Read more at 3DPrint.com: http://3dprint.com/183795/3d-printed...ry-from-ashes/