I wanted to try a print with a larger footprint and I learned quite a lot from this. This is another file downloaded from Thingiverse. The instructions for this file state that the print bed must be 'spot on' with regard to calibration.
As I start to learn how to use the printer I am trying different types of prints so I can learn some of the pitfalls of my system. I looked up customizable files on Thingiverse and found some crystal like structures that you can change the height, width, number of components, etc. When these files become complex I found that the slicer software takes a lot more time to read the file. The next time I find a complex file I want to print, I will put it into the software and go to bed. I think the software had problems reading the file when it did the slicing because of the look of this piece. If you notice, the top of the smaller section has a squared of point instead of a diamond tip like the larger section. At the same level there is an off set section on the larger component of the piece.