Hi Dioramaman, Agreed, making WSF smooth is nearly impossible, especially for models with fine parts like periscopes, or ordinance on an aircraft. I'd recommend Frosted plastic, except for the massive price difference.
WSF is good for objects that don't require a smooth surface, like stealth aircraft, or buildings.
Unfortunately the RAH-66 is too small to print in scales below about 1/72 without making the parts too chunky, and in a scale as large as that Shapeways would charge about a million bucks to print it.
KokodaTrailModels Hi rebelmodel,
The price would end up the same as they would need extra plastic to joint the 16 together.
KokodaTrailModels Hi KingKaddish,
Thanks for you interest in my models.
Unfortunately all my models are designed in 1/700 with the smallest allowable print sizes. That means that quite a few parts, like landing gear, or detail on a fuselage are at the threshold of what can be printed (0.1mm - 0.5mm).
Making a model smaller than 1/700 (ie 1/1400) is impossible, and due to time constraints a redesign is also not possible.