Granted, the slickness is a result of the molded process normally, while presently the 3D printing is good for proto work exposing inherent weaknesses. I venture someday a secondary procedure may allow the small steps to meld or fuse into one surface (as in bio-printing) becoming optically smooth possibly a cold diluted chemical bath attacking the parent plastic outermost skin. Until that blue sky comes about weâ€™ll have to patiently wait I guess.
Iâ€™m showing a zoomed-in view of the port hole and roof areas assuming thatâ€™s what youâ€™re referring to. Iâ€™m still working on the perch integral with the exterior shell, so that feature is not included.