Edit: after posting my initial response I remembered a sandwich shop near me that has a 'bread machine' that produces baguettes. Lee's Sandwiches (an international franchise operation of French-Vietnamese cuisine) has a machine which indeed produces baguettes from raw materials. Mixing, kneading, shaping and baking are all accomplished in this one 'machine'. (I can't find a picture of it online, so I will have to go take one for you :) ) But the machine sets in a glass walled room off the dining room and is (estimate) 10 ft x 25 ft in size. It has various mixers and conveyors that move the dough through the process. I do believe the final output does have to be manually moved into a large (room size) oven where it is baked. I would hazard a guess that such a machine is runs over $100,000 (US) 

_other than that:_ 

If you want bread of a shape different that the built in baking pan then you are going to have to remove the dough from the bread machine after the kneading stage. Several bread machines have a setting (or settings) that accommodate this function. For instance these instructions from a popular Oster bread maker:

    Dough Instructions
    1 Put ingredients in bread pan and put the bread pan into the breadmaker.
    2 Press the “Menu Select” button to choose either the dough or bagel dough setting
    (if making bagel dough).
    3 Press the “Start/Stop” button. The display will begin counting down the time on the Dough setting.
    When dough is ready, the unit will signal and the display will read “0:00.”
    4 Press “Start/Stop” button and hold it down until you hear a beep and the display clears.
    5 To remove the bread pan, grasp the handle firmly and lift the pan out.
    Note: The pan does not get hot when using the dough setting.
    
    Preparing Dough for Baking
    1 Lightly sprinkle all-purpose flour onto a pastry mat or board. Using a rubber spatula or wooden
    spoon, remove dough from the bread pan and place on lightly floured surface. Knead by hand
    2 or 3 times to release the air. If the dough is easy to handle without flour, shape on a lightly oiled,
    clean countertop.
    2 Shape dough into your favorite rolls, coffee cake, etc. (suggestions follow). Place on greased baking
    pan. Cover dough with a clean cloth and let rise until almost doubled in size (about 1 hour).
    3 Bake as directed in the recipe. Remove from pan and cool on a wire rack or serve warm.
([found on page 32 of this manual available online][1])

At this point your 'bread maker' is really nothing more than a dough mixer but that can be convenient for many recipes. 

  [1]: https://www.oster.com/on/demandware.static/-/Sites-oster-Library/default/dw8537dd95/documents/instruction-manuals/CKSTBRTW20%20Breadmaker.pdf