cut selects a set of objects and cut them off from the remaining objects.

In the example below, we create a <row> of two cubes and place a sphere above them, using <stack> with negative spacing of -5. Then, we simply add t="cut sphere" to the <stack> tag, which will select the sphere and cut it off from the remaining objects, which are the two cubes.

Selection is done based on CSS selector rules, which means we can use id and class to be more specific about what objects we want to select to cut.

In this example, we have two cylinders above a large red cube. Suppose we only wish to cut the green cylinder, we can assign an id to each cylinder and use cylinder#green as the selector to choose only the green cylinder to cut.