Just wondering if anyone else has had this problem. Just wanted to see if anyone else has had any similar issues. And should I now replace the heated bed and power supply? I have checked the wires from heated bed to module and there is no brakes or high resistance in the wires. Any help or advice would be great thank you!! Whoever said that ‘size does not matter’ had obviously never seen the Anycubic Chiron and its jaw-dropping dimensions. The Anycubic Chiron printer basically measures a commanding 25.5” W x 24” D x 28.3” H (or 0.65m wide, 0.61m deep, and 0.72m tall). So before you buy one, be sure to check and see if you have enough room on your desk or basement workbench if you want to store or work with this massive hulk of a machine. The Anycubic Chiron has a total actual build volume that measures an absolutely astounding 15.6” W x 15.6” D x 17.7” H (0.4m W x 0.4m D x 0.45m H). There are very few 3D printers that can print out objects requiring such a large build volume. Let us check out this machine in this detailed Anycubic Chiron Review. When we first started this Anycubic Chiron review we found out that the device is too massive to be shipped completely assembled.