By Bria Brown

(CBS DETROIT) – General Motors is opening a new 3D printing plant in Warren.

The $15,000 square foot facility is being used to create car parts and plant tools.

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GM says 3D printing will help cut costs and speed up production.

The automaker has also announced a $76 million investment in its New York and Ohio plants in an effort to increase its truck production.

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