Hard-to-burn, lightweight 3D printing goop can be used to print airplane parts

Sabic's Ultem 9085 is 3D printing goop for the Stratasys FDM machine; with a high burning point (and a tendency to self-extinguish) and low toxicity when burned, it can be used to make aircraft parts. Here's Joris Peels taking a brulee torch to a finished piece made of Ultem (admittedly, a brulee torch generates nothing like the heat from burning aviation fuel; but it's comparable to conventional and electrical fires).

We try to burn Ultem 9085 a 3D printing material for commercial aircraft
(via Make)