As a general rule equipment that does everything doesn't do any thing well. If you are looking at inkjet transfers a cheapo heat press with adjustable pressure and temperature are all you need. If sublimation, the quality of the heat press is more critical. It depends on your needs. God Bless.
I have a 4 in 1 heat press that does all functions just fine. I do sublimation with mine.
I would have more issues with that printer. Do a search on it here on the forum and see what turns up. I've seen a lot of complaints and not too many good things about it. I'm assuming you want to do sublimation, otherwise I see no point in a combo press. If you are planning on doing sublimation, please PM me or email me.
By the way, Ryan.. welcome to the forum.
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