Toy Design Competition 2022 (TDC.22)

Toy Design Competition is an annual competition organised by School of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering for secondary school students. The objective is to encourage students to develop an interest towards STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education. Students will learn to use CAD modelling software to create their models and learn about digital fabrication techniques such as 3D printing and laser cutting etc.

The competition has 2 categories: 1) Design Category and 2) Automata Category. Students are encouraged to join in either category subjected to the rules and regulations of the competition. For more details, please download the Rules and Regulations documents. 


Competition Important Dates for all categories:

Registration form to be submitted by: 29th April 2022

Email the registration form to Mr. Alvin Tay. 


Final entry submission (documents and artefacts) by: 19th August 2022


Toy Design Category - Pull Toy

This year theme is a childhood toy where everyone might had the experience of playing with one. It a pull toy attached with a string and toddlers are captivated by their movements and sounds it made. In this competition, students are to let their imagination fly and build a prototype of this fun toy.

The rules and regulations are ready for download, please read the rules and do indicate your interest by submitting the registration form. 


Rules and Regulations:



Registration Form:



Poster template:


Autotmata Category - Urban F1 Car Racing

This year the theme is “Urban F1 Car Racing”. Singapore had the honour of hosting the first nigh-time race in 2008, since then it has been a place to go to for F1 enthusiasts. In this competition, we want students to re-imagine what it would like to have F1 car racing through not only the designated tracks but also various places in Singapore or explore different types of racing that redefines urban racing.



Rules and Regulations:




Registration form:




Poster template:


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For enquiries, please contact:

Alvin Tay


Tel: 68704660

*updated on 7th Jun 2022