It appears the resolution of your stl file doesn't match your printing parameters. If I load the file in Cura and set the nozzle size for 0.4 mm, as well as adjust the layer height, bottom layer thickness, and shell thickness -- it gives me the exact problem you describe: 0 minutes and no layers in the layer view.
However, if I set the nozzle size for 0.1 mm and make all the other appropriate parameter adjustments, I get a print time of 6 hours and 45 minutes. (It does take about 4 minutes to complete the slicing and give the time estimate.)
The smallest nozzle for filament you have is .250 mm, and the smallest nozzle for paste 0.150 mm. Either of those might work. Please keep in mind if you are using the 0.150 mm paste nozzle, your material viscosity needs to be low enough to be printable (i.e., clay won't work).