About Robland

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Robland woodworking machines are built by Robland N.V., located at Bruges, Belgium.

The company was founded in 1968 by Robert Landuyt. The first successes were achieved by building affordable qualitative combined woodworking machines, a large part of which are still in use today.

Through the years the range of products has been extended with panel saws, spindle moulders, thicknesser and various other classical woodworking machines.

Always conserving the original mission: offering products with the best quality/price ratio on the market. This philosophy can be found back in the design, production, sales and customer support. Approximately 5% of the budget is invested in developing new products and updating the existing program. Continuous improvement of production and quality leads to good products built in state of the art manufacturing facilities thus achieving the necessary customer requirements.

Robland has an international dealer network and exports 85% of its production worldwide to more than 100 countries.


Robert Landuyt
Founder of Robland NV

2020 - Introduction of small format single operation machines

2018 - 50th anniversary Robland

2015 - Installation of robot for machine (un)loading

2013 - Introduction of BM3000, Robland’s first CNC machine

2011 - Introduction of the PS series of panelsaws

2008 - Extension of the factory to 20000m²

2004 - New welding hall in factory

1992 - Introduction of first panelsaw, Z320

1989 - Installation of lasercutter and automatic lathe for parts manufacturing

1987 - Introduction of the X-Series universals

1978 - Relocation of the factory to its actual site

1976 - First sales overseas

1972 - Commercialisation of first universal machine K21

1968 - Robland founded by Robert Landuyt