How to build your own TwitchBuild kit

We have been building TwitchBuild kits for the last couple of years, but now we have an official kit! 

You can buy the kit for £35.99 via Amazon UK or £30.99 in the US. 

The kit comes with everything you need to build a basic TwitchBuild, including the TwitchBuild tool, the TwitchBot, the Arduino and the Python library. 

You’ll also need some basic tools, including a drill press and a hammer. 

If you don’t have access to a drill, you can also purchase the kit from the official TwitchBuild site. 

This kit is ideal for building up to three TwitchBuilds, which are built using the TwitchKit and the Arduino IDE, respectively. 

There are also a few more features available for TwitchBuild builders, such as a built-in clock, LED lights and an onboard USB port for power. 

As a TwitchBuild builder, you’ll need a TwitchBot for the Arduino to connect to. 

To get started, you need the following:The TwitchKit contains the following components: 1 Arduino Uno microcontroller (or similar)A power source to connect your microcontroller to the Arduino (optional)A Raspberry Pi (or equivalent)The Python library (you’ll need it to build the Arduino) 1 Python IDE for Python 3.5 and Python 3 (you should also have a version of this available)The Arduino IDE (we recommend the latest version, as it supports Python 3 and the latest TwitchKit)To build your first TwitchBuild: Step 1: Get your Raspberry Pi connected to the internet and download the latest Raspberry Pi software. 

Step 2: Install the Raspberry Pi Python IDE and connect your Raspberry to the Pi. 

Make sure that the Raspberry has internet access. 

Note: If your Raspberry doesn’t have internet access, you may need to install an app on your Raspberry. 

Once installed, the Python IDE will ask you if you want to make a default build and will prompt you if that’s what you want. 

Click “Create Build” and follow the instructions to download the Twitch Kit. 

Alternatively, you could download the build instructions from the website.

Step 3: Now, you should be able to open the Python Build Kit and follow its instructions. 

We suggest that you upload a Twitch build from a previous build to the Raspberry and use the upload command to upload the build to your Raspberry, then upload the final build from that build. 

That way, you won’t need to upload any build files to the raspberry when the build finishes. 

Finally, you will need to set the build mode to “test” in order to upload your build.

The build mode will display an orange bar and if the build is successful, it will upload a screenshot to your Twitch build account. 

Now that your build is ready, you are ready to start building your first build!

Step 1 : Step1: The first step is to download and install the Twitch SDK. 

Open the Twitch build kit and choose the “Build Settings” tab.

Step 2 : Select the “Tools” tab and choose “Build Tools”.

Step 3 : On the Build tab, select “Upload Build”. 

The Build will start uploading and you should see a screen with a red box on the bottom of the screen. 

After a few seconds, the build will upload the Twitch Build Kit.

Step 4 : At this point, you just need to wait for the build tool to finish uploading. 

When the build completes, you have a build tool, a Twitch Build object and a new build log in your build log.

Step 5 : Once the build log is uploaded, you’re ready to upload a build.

Step 6 : The TwitchBuild object will look something like this: This is the build object we’re building. 

Here are the details of the build:Step 7 : When uploading a build, you get an output string and an “Build Complete” button in the Build Log window. 

In this case, we’re getting an output of “Build Completed”.

Step 8 : Now you’re all set to start uploading your TwitchBuild.

Step 9 : After uploading a Twitchbuild, the Build Output window will show up in the Twitch Output tab. 


That’s all there is to it! 

The only thing left is to upload it to Twitch. 

Follow the instructions on the Build page and the build should start uploading.Step 10 : As soon as your build upload completes, the Streamer tab will appear. 

Check the Build Progress window to see the build progress and the progress bar will go down.Step 11 : To stop the build, click the “Stop” button and the Build will stop.