Three Rivers, California (PRWEB) January 29, 2015
In The Light Urns founder Susan Fraser is delighted to announce that her business now features additive manufacturing for the design and production of custom urns for ashes. This addition to the company’s processes is unique to the industry. In The Light Urns offers some of the most interesting urns, keepsakes and gifts for cremated remains and memorial services. The company’s venture into additive manufacturing provides a number of opportunities to expand its already extensive lines of custom urns and keepsakes. Additive manufacturing allows In The Light Urns to produce more of its custom products in-house, decreasing the business’s dependence on outsourcing to other countries. With this focus on innovation, In The Light Urns emphasizes its commitment to the local economy, progress and customer satisfaction.
As a business, In The Light Urns presents one of the most comprehensive selections of cremation urns, keepsakes and funeral products available. Many choices are customizable, with the addition of engraving, pictures and other options. In The Light Urns’ goal is to provide the most unique cremation products that cannot be found anywhere else. The company aims to streamline the difficult process of planning for a loved one’s funeral or memorial service. Employees are trained to help customers establish their preferences for all their memorial-planning needs. Whether families intend to bury ashes in the ground, bury at sea, scatter them or keep them, In The Light Urns offers an extensive selection of urns ranging from; traditional urns made of copper, brass or stone, to biodegradable urns made of sand. Additive manufacturing will contribute to In The Light Urns’ determination to feature the absolute best selection of urns to customers.
Additive manufacturing is a relatively new technology that is gaining traction in several industries, from military to medical. This innovation, sometimes referred to as “3D printing,” involves the construction of a three-dimensional product created by a printer from a digital image. The printer uses the digital image as a blueprint to construct the object out of very thin layers of material. Additive manufacturing presents some of the greatest efficiency in manufacturing, with shorter construction time, less waste and a greater ability to build products in-house. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that companies that switch to additive manufacturing from the standard subtractive manufacturing may save up to 50 percent of their energy use. Since In The Light Urns is the first in its industry to break into additive manufacturing, it offers truly unique possibilities for development. The business starts with one line of cremation urns, with plans to expand in the near future. Ms. Fraser looks forward to relying more on construction in-house, instead of using materials created in other countries. The company expects that its entry into additive manufacturing will improve the quality and efficiency of urn manufacturing throughout the industry.
In The Light Urns has been at the forefront of inventive processes for cremation urns and memorabilia since 2001. Fraser holds a deep understanding of the stress that families endure when they find themselves planning the celebration of a loved one who died, especially those who pass unexpectedly. Although cremation is poised to become the more popular plan people make for when they die, families are often left unprepared. They are unaware of the many choices they have available for cremation urns, keepsakes, cremation jewelry and memorial T-shirts. Fraser created In The Light Urns to make this process easier for families who are struggling to cope with the death of a loved one. She offers regular training for her experienced staff, so that they are familiar with some of the latest technology and products available. Ultimately, she ensures that each customer is treated with compassion and respect, as part of her goal to achieve complete customer satisfaction.
In The Light Urns
Attn: Susan Fraser
40838 Sierra Drive
Three Rivers, CA 93271