Tiger Tech designed a prototype robot to construct a CPU over the course of three fabrication stages. Stage 1: Gate Fabrication: Collect transistors and place them into designated receptacles within the Gate Fabrication area to be converted into the desired logic gates. Transistors may be converted into the following logic gates: AND, OR, NOT, and NAND. Stage 2: Integrated Circuit (IC) Fabrication: Collect logic gates and place them in the proper combinations within the IC Fabrication area to be converted into the desired integrated circuits, or "ICs". Logic gates may be converted into the following ICs: Multiplexers (MUX), Adders, Decoders, and Data Latches (D-Latch). Stage 3: CPU Fabrication: Place ICs within the CPU Fabrication area to be converted into the components necessary for a CPU. ICs may be converted into the following CPU components: Registers, Arithmetic Logic Units (ALUs), Instruction Decoders, Memory Units and Address Decoders. The robot we designed is supposed to be proficient in completing all these tasks and can be used on a larger scale real life situation if necessary.