Yes, shouldn't be a problem. You probably won't find as good a tutorial for Waveform, and I don't own Maschine, or the hardware, but ...
The basic idea is you want to add the Maschine MK3 as an input, in Waveform, and put it on the left of the track, and scan the Maschine VST plugin (or AU, if you're on Mac. The software). Then add that on the right hand side of the same track. That'll get you more or less to a point where you can hit the pads, and the VST should make sounds. You might need to follow some of the Maschine setup, in the Cubase tutorial, to map pads to the right notes of the scale, or whatever it is he's doing, but you'll get some sound.
Routing the multiple sounds to different outputs is a bit more complicated, but very do-able, but get to a point where it's making some sound first, then routing the different sounds to different outputs would come next.
To be a bit more specific ... Check under Settings / Midi Devices in Waveform, that the Maschine hardware shows up there, after you plug it into your laptop, and install any drivers it needs. Check there's a green "Enabled" tick next to it, and not a red "Disabled" cross. If it shows "disabled", just click the cross to enable it.
If you get that far okay, open up a new project, and go to the edit page in Waveform, and under where it says "Track 1", there's a blank arrow shape. Left click that, and you should get options to add an input. Choose the one that's same name as your Maschine Hardware, on the settings page. Click the red circle to arm it to record.
Back on the Settings tab, under Plugins, add the folder where the Maschine VST got installed to, and choose "Scanning and Sorting", then "Scan for new or updated VST plugins" and possible also "Scan for new or updated VST3 plugins". Make sure Maschine then shows in the list after that step.
Back to your edit tab for your new project, on Track 1, where you have the Maschine input armed, look over to the right, where the volume icon is for that track. Drag the little grey arrow, up near the top right of the page, to the left of that volume icon, and drop it there, you should get a menu, where you can choose the Maschine software, as a plugin on that track. The gui should open automatically, if it doesn't, double click it to open.
Then probably follow some of the steps in the cubase video.
Sorry that's a bit crap and wordy. There's probably some better vids i could link to, if i wasn't done in with the cold
"my gosh it's a friggin hardware"