Forty years innovating
Since 1978 we have been developing powerful production systems taking sheet metal machining to its maximum expression and this year we celebrate our first 40 years.
We offer production systems for sheet metal working, constantly developing innovative, sustainable solutions in coil-fed roll forming, punching and laser cutting.
Roll forming machines and production plants with high output for various sectors of application.
Hydraulically or electrically operated coil-fed punching machines and perforation lines.
Investing in a Dallan sheet metal working plant allows our customers to take advantage of a wide range of services, starting with the advisory service provided by our specialists for the study and design of your product, passing on to commissioning of the production system and then the after-sales service, which ensures you get the best out of your plant.
International sheet metal working technologies exhibition.
Hall 11 | Booth G77
Metalworking and CNC machine tool show.
Hall 1 | Booth A49
Designed and developed
For more than 40 years Dallan Spa has been constructing and selling complete manufacturing systems for sheet metal working from steel coil: roll formers, punching machines, laser cutting and packaging machines.
Attention paid to quality and a professional team with a marked readiness for innovation have always been key to Dallan’s success in offering lean and sustainable machines for working sheet metal, which increase productivity and optimise raw material consumption.
With more than 7000 profiles and over 3000 plants installed across the world, we have exceptional experience in machining light gauge sheet metal, whether steel, stainless steel or aluminium, as well as delicate materials to manufacture top quality products in many sectors of application.
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