High-Purity Germanium (HPGe) detectors have been a key technology for rare-event searches, such as neutrinoless double-beta decay and dark matter searches, for many decades. Pulse shape simulation is pivotal to improving the physics reach of these experiments. In this work, we propose a Cyclic Positional U-Net (CPU-Net) to achieve ad-hoc pulse shape simulations with high precision and low latency. Taking the transfer learning approach, CPU-Net translates simulated pulses to detector pulses such that they are indistinguishable. We demonstrate CPU-Net's performance on data taken from a local HPGe detector.