Step 1. Destroy a Thing. For our project, two pieces of curved plastic were Dremelled out of a Home Depot bucket in lieu of a custom molded 3-D printed shell. These pieces should be made to size per the user's forearm.
Step 2: Order some stuff. Find the shopping list above in the components section and purchase everything from Amazon, Harbor freight, or your local Walmart.
Step 3: Destroy More Things. Take apart most of the previously assembled items. This includes the bug zapper, USB Chargers, wristguard, and USB cable.
Step 4: Assemble the USB Killer. See USB Killer video tutorial in the project log.
Step 5: Program the USB drives. See Kali Linux and DBAN installation tutorials in the project log.
Step 6: Glue some stuff. Glue the components to the frame pieces however you would like them arranged. Steal our design if necessary. NOTE: We highly recommend a rubberized glove underneath the wrist guard for insulation from electrical shock. Glue the framing pieces to the wrist guard. Then glue some Velcro straps to the undersides of the framing pieces for stability on your arm.
Step 7: Solder some things. Following the circuit diagram in the project file, solder the components together.
Step 8: Never take it outside. This device contains intrusion software, destructive software, destructive hardware, and a legitimate weapon. These components are not illegal to own but certainly illegal to use on anyone or anything that is not you or yours.