Introducing OPTI-SCULPT™ - Engineered Lenses For Precise Beam Shaping

Update – October 11th, 2018

Five New OPTI-SCUPT Beam Patterns

Five New OPTI-SCUPT Beam PatternsAfter our successful introduction of the initial six lenses, we are excited to announce the addition of five new designs to Rosco’s OPTI-SCULPT range of beam-shaping lenses. The new patterns include two new symmetrical and three new asymmetrical lenses to provide designers the precise beam control they need for their next project. Explore the features and benefits OPTI-SCULPT provides below, or visit: to learn more.

Rosco has been coloring and shaping light for 108 years, and our new OPTI-SCULPT lenses are a continuation of that legacy. This innovative new range of lenses provides precise angular beam control – enabling lighting professionals to accurately and affordably control the shape of their light.

The unique, reversible OPTI-SCULPT 40-R-60 lensThe unique OPTI-SCULPT 40R60 reversible lens - 40° orientation (L) and 60° orientation (R)

OPTI-SCULPT is available in six different symmetrical and asymmetrical patterns, including: 10°, 10°x20°, 10°x30°, 10°x60° and 15°x35°. The sixth pattern, the reversible 40R60 lens, is truly unique as it is actually two lenses in one. Install it one direction for a 40° beam spread, and install it the other direction for a 60° beam spread.

Accurate, Repeatable Beam Shaping

Rosco’s unique, proprietary OPTI-SCULPT manufacturing process features engineered light distribution that has been laboratory tested for accuracy and repeatability. OPTI-SCULPT lenses provide lighting professionals with precise, angular beam control by passing the light through non-diffracting structures for even beam distribution – without any color shift. This uniform control of the beam angle sculpts the beam into circular or linear patterns for any project where beam shaping is required. No matter if they’re illuminating theatrical productions, theme parks, architectural installations, or broadcast studios, lighting professionals will appreciate the ability to accurately and affordably control the shape of their light with Rosco OPTI-SCULPT lenses.


High Light Transmission

Comparing a naked beam to a beam with the OPTI-SCULPT 15° x 35° lensComparing the naked beam (L) to the OPTI-SCULPT 15° x 35° (R)

Because OPTI-SCULPT lenses are manufactured out of clear polycarbonate plastic they provide increased brightness over traditional diffusion and holographic filters. Featuring a very fine matte texture on the backside, OPTI-SCULPT helps improve transmission by removing reflective light loss. The beam sculpting structures engineered inside the plastic also provide a natural back scatter that helps eliminate hotspots without a significant reduction of light output.


Durable and User-Friendly

While OPTI-SCULPT wacutting OPTI-SCULPT in the fields originally engineered for use on LED fixtures, it is also suitable for use on traditional tungsten instruments. OPTI-SCULPT lenses are manufactured using a heat-resistant, flame-retardant polycarbonate base, and are available in 20” x 24” and 40” x 24” (50cm x 60cm and 100cm x 60cm) seamless sheets that can be cut to any size and shape. Unlike expensive, fragile holographic films, OPTI-SCULPT prevents dust and fingerprints from showing in the projected beam – allowing designers and technicians the ability to handle the lenses as needed without worrying about damaging their optical properties.

All of these features provide lighting professionals an abundance of flexibility and versatility to use OPTI-SCULPT lenses on virtually any fixture, in any installation, at an affordable price.

Contact Your Local Rosco Dealer For An OPTI-SCULPT Swatch Book!

Joel Svendsen May 07, 2018 Questions?

About Joel Svendsen

Marketing Director: Joel's Rosco career began in Rosco's Hollywood office in 1999 – first in sales covering the Western US and the Los Angeles Film & Television market, and then as Product Manager for Rosco's Film & Television Products. Joel's knowledge about Rosco's products and how they're used in each of our different marketplaces makes him well suited for bringing the stories in Spectrum to life.