i have printed several large volume prints with no issue ( although, to be fair- they were mostly hollow or thin walled)
I printer two chinese lions that filled the entire print envelope- a hand that was scaled and oriented to fill the volume to the top. I printed numerous functional parts in Durable that were sizeable, and a few parts so large that I had to orient them diagonally across the volume and they would only fit in the volume barely.
none of the large models I have printed failed on my replacement printer…but my original Form 2 had multiple failures due to resin sensor errors, and then a cattywumpus motor that went into continuous conniption.
the trick with large models is an orientation that allows the cross sectional area of the model and its supports to be built gradually over many layers- and in avoiding heavy mass thru making it thin walled and hollow-
beyond that, if its really big- size the supports UP a little bit or increase their density. Check extra carefully for minima and cupping… and be sure to turn on internal supports.