Pressing technology consists in developing pressure high enough to compress a material until the final desired shape is obtained.

Strong compression on a piece can cause plastic deformation to create a change in its shape. Plastic deformation allows to insert components into cavities rather than by joining multiple components together. Pressing is done with various types of presses, which differ in their operating principles, mechanical construction, and the materials to work. Camas can integrate self-manufactured or purchased pressing systems into its assembly and testing lines. Direct or toggle joint systems are used. The systems can be pneumatic, hydraulic, and increasingly often electric. The press fit algorithms can be based on force displacement and force control, interception of contact point, and can be absolute or differential. The force vs. movement curves are saved and displayed graphically.

Camas can design and integrate pressing systems into its assembly and testing lines.