TULSA, Oklahoma - Always wanted to print a 3D model of yourself? You could have Saturday at Fab Lab Tulsa's Mini Maker Faire.

A 3D scanner was on hand to scan people so they could print a miniaturized version of themselves.

The Maker Faire is like a large show and tell and a chance for people to show off what they're passionate about.

More than 60 makers were there showing their models of planes and trains. There were also handcrafted items for wood builders.

"You're going to see everything from old world makers to traditional craftsman, sewing all the way up to electronics, robotics and 21st century technology,” said Nathan Pritchett with FAB LAB Tulsa.

It was the second year for Tulsa's Mini Maker Faire.