I/we could do a mule for him, that would be absolutely possible. If Spyderco decided to use the material for production of blades, let's say for a PM2 for example, the entire blade could be manufactured in Switzerland, including the edge. Then shipped to the USA for assembly. Because as OP suggested/assumed, indeed very specialized equipment is neccessary for working the elastic ceramic. So the possibility exists - who knows, maybe it will happen - whether or not projects like these become reality, depends on many more conditions than the question whether it's technically possible or not. Time will tell I guess. Also, quite soon we will see these knives out in the wild and then the people will decide how it develops. Because the first batch of knives will start shipping in about 2-2.5 weeks ETA (Preordering is possible, latest video on my YouTube channel for info; link below.)
Little known fact as a side note: there was a Spyderco knife made in Switzerland in the early 2000s by Klötzli in Bern. Super rare, easily sells for a grand afaik when they pop up. Forgot the name of the model in question, but I'm sure someone here would know and I saw some posts on it a while ago. So it wouldn't be the first time for Spyderco to have something made in Switzerland.