By David K. Lee By David L. Johnson / Bloomberg.comThe steel tongs of the early 1900s were a crucial tool in cutting metal.
They were used to break up hard to cut metal into smaller pieces that could be easily welded together.
But the early years of the 20th century were tough on the metal industry.
Steel was becoming more expensive and the metal needed to be cut.
But even in the midst of the Great Depression, the steel industry was able to stay afloat.
By the 1950s, steel production had doubled, reaching a peak of 5 million tons per year.
Then, in the 1960s, the cost of making steel skyrocketed.
Steel prices were soaring.
Prices soared, and prices soared again.
The world was watching.
Steel tongs became obsolete and were replaced by more modern machines.
The new machines were more efficient, and they were cheaper.
However, the quality of the new machines was not as good as the old machines.
And, with a sharp rise in steel prices in the 1970s, some steel tong users were forced to give up on their work.
In the early 1990s, with the onset of the Global Financial Crisis, many steel tong makers and suppliers decided to retire.
The demand for the metal was gone, and the industry was suffering.
The industry saw its market cap plummet, and many companies went bankrupt.
The steel industry lost its jobs.
But as the industry struggled to find new ways to replace the old steel tong, new tongs were introduced to help weld.
Today, tongs have become so ubiquitous that many people know what to look for.
You can use tongs to cut aluminum or titanium.
You could use tonges to cut steel or even aluminum foil.
You might use tongers to make a screw or bolt head.
You can also use tongons to cut concrete, glass, ceramics, cerium, stainless steel, or even titanium.
They can be used to melt metal into a molten state or to break down the solid material into its component parts.
The different types of tongs include metal tong, metal cut, metal strip, and alloy cut.
They are designed to cut and weld the metal together and also to be used as cutting tools.
For more information on how tongs work, read this.