I tried, but it didn't work. I was 4 in chemistry school, for cheating from excellent students, maybe if I was 5, it would have worked!
At some point in the series, Walt asks Jesse how does an enantiomerically pure product come from optically inactive substances? So there is no answer to this question.
Despite the fact that the series did not lie from the point of view of chemistry (except for some technological nuances and organoleptic characteristics of the product, which simply cannot be blue, being pure) and there were indicated quite real substances as ingredients *, the creators still Not everything was agreed: if the technological processes themselves are shown there, then briefly and not completely, as well as the ratios of the ingredients (mass / volume) and other important reaction constants are not indicated. In addition, the series does not say a word about cleaning the product from impurities, but they are formed, and there are many of them. Knowledge of the substances used alone is not enough.
* The series demonstrates two methods of synthesis: from pseudoephedrine and from P2P - in the first case, using hydroiodic acid in the presence of red phosphorus,
and in the second case - methylamine in the presence of amalgam;
there was also a synthesis from phenylacetic acid, but they were from it received P2P under the action of acetic anhydride.
Outwardly, these rather simple and short reactions, I must say, proceed for quite a long time (this was also noted in the series) - about a day - and at a high temperature: this is necessary for the completeness of the course reactions and direction of groups to the necessary points of the molecule.
I dare to disappoint you: all (the most important of the listed) these substances are under control and they are not freely available. So finding the best technological scheme and related equipment is not even the biggest problem.