If it is the method of manufacture that you want to specify, then it is 'stamped' tools, as opposed to 'forged' or 'drop forged', or 'cast' or 'die cast'.
Generally stamped tools are cheaper. They have sharper edges which are less comfortable to use, and the jaws of the spanner are more prone to straightening out or rounding.
Stamped tools are cut like a cookie from a flat sheet of metal. Cast tools have molten metal poured into a mould of the correct shape. Forging means getting a piece of solid metal and hammering / pressing it into a mould of the final shape.