This study is about a single-component cylindrical structured lens with a gradient curve that was used for bending laser beams. It operates under atmospheric conditions and bends the laser beam independently of temperature, pressure, polarity, polarization, magnetic field, electric field, radioactivity, and gravity. A single-piece cylindrical lens that can bend laser beams was developed. Lenses are made of transparent, tinted, or colored glass and are used to undermine or absorb the energy of laser beams. This study is not a work of a plasma filamentation, nor is related to a self-accelerating wave packet. Rather, it focuses on bending the laser beam as required. The dimensions of the light-bending curvatures vary depending on the source and the lens. This is an application of laser beam bending. The dimensions of the captured images are 500 x 700 mm.