Thank your contacts.Thanks for everyone's input! This is the worst disaster I've ever started hahaha (and I cried a single tear but popped in a self-help audio tape and I'm perfectly fine now btw John k), and yea all good points everyone mentions (I have a 2 and 4 year old son and daughter, respectively so haven't had time to catch up to the metallurgists research done on here MY GOD AM I IMPRESSED! But I will).
So all I know is that a single human Tesla employee of female origin was on the training. Now, Tesla could have more employees jump on at later times, but everyone here is right - we just don't have enough info to be conclusive of anything. I'm going to speak with Joe (brother) tomorrow and ask him his thoughts on the conundrum of hot forming cold rolled steel and also find out what in the hell he's doing with that software to make a seemingly common process so special.
I think the answer to the above along with why CyberGus is so damn funny would be very fulfilling.
What we really want to know is if this hot forming is for the 3mm cold-rolled stainless steel exoskeleton of the Cybertruck !!!!!!
If it is for some other part of the Cybertruck it is of only minor interest.
edit **** Sorry I should have put a sarcasm tag in. It was a joke. ****