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There are examples of it in many industrial products, like the radio speaker below (the circle pattern in the top left corner):

1959 Portable Transistor Radio and Phonograph (model TP 1) (MOMA Collection) Dieter Rams

1959 Portable Transistor Radio and Phonograph (model TP 1) (MOMA Collection) Dieter Rams

  • Not that product design is not graphic design. Radial pattern, although in your example case the pattern justr grows in elemnt number as you go further. But it is still a radial pattern- – joojaa Aug 20 '18 at 8:45
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Speaker Grill

  • Concentric dots Braun T49 Speaker Grill

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  • Fibonacci Spiral Speaker Grill

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  • Concentric lines speaker grill

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    I don't think "speaker grill" is part of the name of these patterns though... – Luciano Aug 20 '18 at 10:30
  • While covers or grills for speakers are commonly made by drilling holes in this pattern, I was curious if any particular name is used in the trade (if any) for the pattern itself, independent of any particular application. – ebukva Aug 20 '18 at 23:56
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    they really are called just grills or screens. The patterns are endless, but "concentric circle, waffle, hex" etc are the patterns, some of which @danielillo points out. These patterns will not be specific to loudspeaker design, but rather screen/grill design. They are going to be adjectival or purely descriptive. – Yorik Sep 19 '18 at 14:04

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