Sketchfab Viewer is a WordPress plugin with which we can embed 3D models into our course blog. The Sketchfab viewer allows these 3D models to be viewed (zoomed, rotated, etc.) interactively. Sketchfab accepts a wide range of 3D file formats, including .STL and .OBJ. Here is an example, which is embedded from here. Documentation about this plugin is at https://wordpress.org/plugins/sketchfab-viewer/.
Here, I am using the Sketchfab shortcode, as follows:
[sketchfab id=”5bb11bc427eb49d7952fb857a1e3d98f” height=”480″ start=”0″ controls=”0″]
Another way of embedding your Sketchfab model is to use the iFrame code generated on the Sketchfab web site by clicking the “EMBED” button:
Here, I use the embed code generated on the Sketchfab website: