I think you need to know that when you discretize a volume by using tetrahedral meshes, you will get just an approximation of your perfect surfaces because of triangulation.
You started with STEP file format, which is NOT a mesh format, but it's a CAD format. The difference between CAD formats and mesh formats is that CAD formats like STEP, IGES, SAT, etc. shows the topology of your manifolds and if you create a cylinder for example in SolidWorks or CATIA, which I assume you used these softwares or at least similar ones to create your STEP file, they show you a perfect cylinder without imperfection, such as the ones that you see here.
On the other hand, mesh formats like STL, MSH, VTP, etc. approximate manifolds by tiny triangles (or for volumes by tiny tetrahedrals but you see just the triangles at the surface). As a result, no matter how you refine your mesh size, always there would be some tiny or minuscule imperfections there. At some point, the renderer may not show it to you, which I would put some example at the end, but you need to know that still those imperfections caused by approximating a surface by tiny triangles are there.
Now, let's look at some simple example of cylinder. I would create a cylinder in ParaView but changing the resolution I could make it appear so smooth to you but the imperfections, no matter how tiny, still are there:
First imperfect cylinder created by ParaView:
Now, let's increase the resolution and see what would happen here:
See, for a higher resolution, you barely can notice the imperfections but still they are there.
So conclusion: If you think that imperfections that you see are harmful for your further processes like simulations probably, you need to refine your mesh to get a better approximation of your surfaces.