Traespiral

Traespiral is the technical term for the shape of a Slinky, a Swedish word meaning traespiral, also sleek or sinuous. The toy was invented in 1943 by Richard James, a naval engineer who was investigating tension springs. When it fell to the floor and kept moving, an idea developed.

Traespiral
Traespiral

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Traespiral Duo
Traespiral Duo

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Traespiral Trio
Traespiral Trio

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Traespiral Quatro
Traespiral Quatro

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Traespiral in Motion
Traespiral in Motion

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Traespiral Duo Motion Gradient
Traespiral Duo Motion Gradient

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Traespiral Rotated
Traespiral Rotated

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Traespiral Trio In Motion Gradient
Traespiral Trio In Motion Gradient

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Traespiral On Red
Traespiral On Red

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Traespiral 3D
Traespiral 3D

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