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Embed Onshape Model in Website

abhinabha_baratabhinabha_barat Member Posts: 4 EDU
Is there a way to embed my STL CAD file into a Wordpress website?

Comments

  • harmanpaharmanpa Member, User Group Leader Posts: 11 PRO
    There is a forthcoming app for the App Store that solves this exact problem in an easy-to-use way, if you are interested we can add you as a beta tester.

    thanks

    Pete
  • romeograhamromeograham Member Posts: 549 PRO
    @harmanpa
    I'd like to beta test this if possible!
    Thanks
    Romeo


  • Justin_Zummo_GBSJustin_Zummo_GBS Member Posts: 3 EDU
    Is this still being worked on? I'd like to use this with my students.
  • Ste_WilsonSte_Wilson Member Posts: 77 EDU
    I've not had much chance to have a go at this but I think it would be possible to paste the stl code in here and have it show. 
    http://rboue.tiddlyspot.com/#Three.js/introduction
  • billy2billy2 Member, OS Professional, Mentor, Developers, User Group Leader Posts: 1,550 PRO
    edited January 24
    I think it's a little more than just paste. 

    I'm working with webgl currently and if I find an easier library, I'll let you know. Right now I think three.js is the best option. Also STL is really limiting as a geometry transfer language. You may want to try GTLF.


  • harmanpaharmanpa Member, User Group Leader Posts: 11 PRO
    @romeograham
    @Justin_Zummo_GBS

    It is yes, we're a small team and do direct customer work so have been focused on specific projects, but the app will appear very soon!

    For those who like to roll-their-own, we use three.js, we use both STL and GLTF depending on requirements, but we also make use of other APIs in order to access meta-data about parts (chosen materials, BoM table data etc).
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