Oh, no, I didn't mean it like that at all, sorry. I meant it is definitely doable to make it at home, but it's not like normal cheese. You would need to make cheese first, then take it and shred it, then make it into a processed cheese, including adding emulsifiers, and then smoke it afterward. I have nothing at all against processed cheese when it is done well.
That smooth texture is really hard to achieve with normal cheese. Something similar would be munster, which you could smoke. The flavor would be very different, though. I don't think it is possible to create the similar combo of flavor and texture without making a processed cheese.